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I think the most important thing about me is that I am a presenter, not a celebrity. I would really like to lay stress upon that. Although I have gained a lot of experience working in the media and many different events as a speaker, commentator or master of ceremony, I have never aimed to be in the centre of attention.
My principle is that although a presenter plays an important role of an event, by no means is it good for him to be the protagonist. In a wedding it should be the bride (okay, in a way the groom as well). In a company party, the managers or the employee of the year, in a sport event the teams or the best players. My job is to make everything go smoothly, put all the details in place, and be an ideal host so that the participants can say after the event, “ Yes, I remember, it was good that he was there, but fortunately he didn't overstep his role.”
After the high-school graduation I attented Eötvös Loránd University, I studied geography and German, and then Corvinus University where I graduated in European studies. I also took part in a PhD programme. In addition I attended the Komlósi Journalism and Media School in Budapest. I speak English, German and Dutch.
I’ve been working in the media, for many radio and tv stations, news agencies and newspapers, since 1995. I’ve contributed to numerous events, like the 2000 and the 2004 Olympic Games, World and European championships, company parties, team buildings, weddings. I have even worked as a ring announcer in some boxing matches! I was the main press officer of the Balatonfüred venue at the 2017 FINA World Aquatics Championships.
Regarding my full-time job, I’ve been commentator and reporter of Hungarian TV channel Digi Sport since 2009.