President of ACD
Highly qualified, well-connected communications and media professional, with 17 years of experience encompassing domestic and international journalism.
In 2009, he has founded the Association for Digital Communications - ACD (www.tvdigitala.ro), the main forum for debating and promoting digital communication technologies in Romania.
His professional life is closely linked to TVR, which he joined in 2002 as anchor of the main news broadcast of the day. For two years, he has been also TVR's US Correspondent, living in Washington DC and covering all major political, economic, social and cultural events from the US for Romanian audience. Prior to TVR, Mihai's career included work with ProTV, Romania's leading commercial TV station, and The Associated Press. Mihai Constantin is a graduate in Journalism and Communications from the University of Bucharest.
A senior executive with over 20 years of experience, combining commercial, marketing and communication expertise.
Currently, Cristi is the General Manager Romania of the high profile communications & public affairs consultancy Graying – a global independent Public Relations, Public Affairs, Investor Relations and Events consultancy, with 70 offices in 40 countries across the US, Western and Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. His professional career included eight years with Dow Jones Newswires, as Romania Bureau Chief, where he directed the local and regional news coverage of the financial and business sectors, and was a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal. Furthermore, he worked as political and economic correspondent for the Associated Press and as COO of Mediafax, Romania's main news agency.
Cristi has an MBA from the Warwick Business School, UK and is a graduate of the University of Bucharest with Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Communications.
George Motoc is a telecommunication industry executive with more than 43 years of experience.
His latest position was that of Executive Director, Technical Operations at Radiocom. Previously, he held the position of Chief Engineer, and later Director, of the Radio and Television Department, Bucharest, responsible for the construction and maintenance of analog and digital radio-link systems.
George Motoc graduated the Faculty of Electro – Radio – Physics within the University of Iasi. His academic background also includes courses and trainings on analog and digital radio-link systems, power FM transmitters, and monitoring systems, in Italy, France, Hungary, US and Germany.