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"Storytelling has been the storyline of my life. My global upbringing always made me curious and interested to learn about people and the world around us. Throughout my career, I’ve been dedicated to bridging the divide by the power of journalism to show, discover, share and give a voice to people who help us understand the world we live in."        

                         -Tatevik

"Seattle is where I learned the craft of storytelling from some of the best journalists in the country. I got my start at KING-TV and KUOW radio. My journalism roots go back to those two stations which very much shaped me into the journalist I am today.

I’m proud to have been a part of those newsrooms."

                            -Tatevik

"I paved my own way into this industry. I stepped into a television newsroom for the first time when I was 14-years-old after asking a local news anchor to job shadow her. At 15, I convinced the editor of the local city paper to let me launch a weekly column giving youth a voice. It turned into a three-year column and I was quickly asked to fill-in for the staff reporters. In high school, I was the news anchor of the school’s morning TV show, the editor of the school paper, I interned at the local NPR station and I often spent time at the local TV stations after school and stuck around ‘till late night newscasts to soak up everything from the reporters and anchors who let me tag along. Those same journalists, years later, helped create my first reel for my first TV job and have turned into dear friends and colleagues. When I returned home to work for FOX Seattle, we'd run into each other covering stories in the field. Talk about a full circle moment.

I love what I do and I am so passionate about my work. There is nothing else I would rather do than be a journalist."

                         -Tatevik

BIOGRAPHY

 

Career:

     A versatile journalist with a breadth of experience in news and entertainment, Tatevik Aprikyan is a seasoned multi-lingual, award-winning broadcast journalist.

     Born in Yerevan, Armenia and raised in Seattle, Washington she speaks Armenian, Russian, French and English. 

     Since launching her career in 2005 in Seattle, Tatevik has been anchoring, reporting and hosting across the United States for CBS, FOX, NBC, ABC, NPR stations and various other national and local media outlets.

     Her coast-to-coast journey from Seattle, New York City, Boston and Chicago has included anchoring breaking national news and covering some of the world's most notable stories; Coronavirus Pandemic, U.S-Russia relations, the Ukraine War, Middle East uprisings, the trial of the Boston Marathon bomber, Ebola outbreak, Affordable Care Act and historic climate events. She has specialized in health reporting and foreign affairs over the past fifteen years.

     With a diverse personal and professional background combined with multi-platform experience in television, radio and print journalism, she brings a keen understanding of storytelling and engaging audiences.

     Tatevik has hosted her own primetime national television show, talk shows, specials, reported and anchored from small towns to the biggest cities in the world. She’s interviewed politicians, celebrities, leading doctors and researchers, astronauts, foreign leaders and lead teams behind the scenes as a producer and managing editor.

Advocacy:

     Tatevik is a fierce advocate for children's health, serving on the board of directors for non-profits providing humanitarian relief to orphaned children around the world.

     She is passionate about empowering youth by mentoring students and speaking at schools.

     She is a sought-after emcee lending her talents to help organizations at the local, national and international levels reach their goals to make a difference globally.

Personal:

     Tatevik holds a black-belt in taekwondo, is a classical trained musician, an avid tennis player,  enjoys reading, travel and jazz. Check out the Fun Facts section for more.

 

     She is currently based in Seattle, Washington.

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