- The personality of Stanislav Kucera
- Journalist career
- Stanislav Kuchera's hobbies
- The driver in the project "Snob"
- Family life journalist
Kucher Stanislav is a modern journalist and publicist, television and radio host, since last year he has been a member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights, the author of the book “In the same breath”. From November 2017 until October 2018, Stanislav is the editor-in-chief of the RBC Snob international project, and now is the face of the international TV channel RTVI. In March 2018 he turned 46 years old.
On account of the journalist work in a huge number of socially and politically significant projects. And in all he manifests himself as an honest and direct person, a professional in his field.
The personality of Stanislav Kucera
The journalist grew up in a family of caring, socially responsible people with an active lifestyle. His father, Alexander Kucher, was the editor-in-chief of the periodical Own Opinion in St. Petersburg; Mother Natalia - a writer and journalist. Since childhood, Stanislav has absorbed their views and attitudes towards life.
Immediately after school, the young man left to enter MGIMO and, during his studies, became a journalist for Komsomolskaya Pravda. Even before graduation, Stanislav Kucher became interested in Russian-American relations, traveled together with his colleague by hitchhiking the USA and interviewed famous people such as Bradbury, Spielberg, McCartney.
In the record of Stanislav Alexandrovich work in various projects, where he acts as a journalist, columnist, editor in chief, author and presenter of information and analytical programs. The coachman is known as an extremely important person, he is not inferior under the pressure of the interests of media owners and works exactly until the moment when his views and the views of colleagues on the development of the project coincide. Starting a career in the 90s, Stanislav quickly realized the importance of his profession. In one interview, he stated:
“In her eyes, journalism was turning from a craft into a missionary profession that could change the world, wake up compatriots, help turn the USSR into a new state … journalists understood that they were doing a great job …”
Inspired by the work of Listyev, Lyubimov, Posner, Stanislav believes that the duty of a journalist is to be true to himself, to live according to his conscience, to remain independent and cover all events important for society.
Since 1993, he began filming news and documentary stories for the RTR channel. From 1995 to 1999, Kucher Stanislav worked on the TV-6 channel, where he first led “Forecasts of the Week”, and then became the author and presenter of the “Observer” program. The informal reason for leaving the channel was the refusal to release a compromising story about media mogul Gusinsky, while the formal reason was the lack of funding. In full journalistic composition, the Kucera team left TV-6 and continued work on the project on the RTR channel.
This project of Kuchera Stanislav was closed after the release of the program on the tragedy in Kursk. Next was the work on the RTR in the program "Big Country", which was also closed after the scandalous release. After that, some time a journalist lived and worked in America. Since 2002, Kucher has led various programs on TV and radio, has collaborated with TVC, RBC, Avtoradio, Echo Moskvy and Kommersant FM, the magazine National Geographic Traveler.
Stanislav Kuchera's hobbies
Being a very active and curious person, Stanislav is not indifferent to sports, traveling, learning languages. He speaks French and English, knows Hindi. Playing billiards and tennis, swimming.
Kucher Stanislav traveled more than 70 countries, made car trips to America, Europe, Africa and Asia. He reflected this experience in the “Big Journey” on “Autoradio” and in the work of the editor-in-chief of the print publication National Geographic Traveler.
In recent years, traveling a lot, the journalist became fascinated with Buddhism, which inspired him to write the book "In one breath. Good stories."
The driver in the project "Snob"
This magazine is the brainchild of Mikhail Prokhorov, having a printed and electronic version.
"This is a one-of-a-kind discussion, information and public space for people who live in different countries, speak different languages, but think in Russian."
Since September 2017, Snob Media has been owned by Marina Gevorkian. The project practically embodied for Stanislav the dream of such an international platform that would allow people from different professions, thinking and caring, to conduct a dialogue on the future of Russia and the world. But in October, Kucher was forced to leave the project due to disagreements with Gevorkian.
However, from December 5, 2018, the journalist began to work as a leading and reviewer in the international media company RTVI.
I am convinced that the main processes and events that will determine the picture of the world in the middle of the 21st century will take place in the United States and in Russia, and global russians living around the world will play a huge role in shaping the future. RTVI is an ideal platform for such a discussion, and perhaps the only media bridge between Russia and America today.
Family life journalist
Stanislav Kucher in his personal life today is known as a happy husband and father of two daughters. Today, little is known about Stanislav's former wife, Natalya, except that she worked for Radio Liberty, with whom the journalist collaborated. His first daughter Anastasia is now about 11 years old. For a long time Nastya lived in Bali, but in 2018 she returned to Moscow and was studying in fifth grade. Intellect daughter went to the father, she is one of the best students of the class.
The current wife of Stanislav Kuchera is a successful photographer Ekaterina Varzar. She filmed for the New York Times, BBC, The World Magazine. Their common daughter, Masha, is now 6 years old.
Those who worked with Stanislav Kucher and knows him personally have a different opinion about him. Some respect him for his professionalism and integrity. Others speak of his incontinence and even extravagance, acting. But one thing is obvious - this is a smart, courageous and not indifferent person, for whom a profession is not just a salary, but a vocation outside of censorship and politics.