Antónia began her career as editor-in-chief of a student periodical and a freelance journalist writing for Hungarian newspapers. In London she worked as an assistant producer in the BBC’s News, where she gained experience filming in extreme environments and investigative journalism. Returning to Hungary in 2006, she was presenter of the country’s highest rated live daily current affairs program, while continuing to make films. In 2008 she produced and directed “Looking for Gypsy Roots” for BBC World News, selected as one of the best documentaries of the year by the BBC. She is an author of “Nomads of the EU”, a book on migrant workers in the UK. Since 2011 she is presenting live current affairs programs on Hungarian news channel ATV, including the Sunday night show “Eyes Open”. She is president of the Foundation for Excellence in Journalism.

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