Cynthia Zerafa

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Cynthia Zerafa

Cynthia Zerafa was born on 18 Febuary 1981. She is a Journalist, Producer and Radio Presenter and lives in l-Imsida.

Get her education at Junior College, and Graduated in communications from the University of Malta.

She joined RTK Radio in 2003 as a continuity announcer and later as a journalist in RTK's newsroom. In the past few years she produced and presented various researched programmes on culture and history.

These include Nifhmu Lil Uliedna, Dawra mal-Belt Valletta, Ġrajjiet u Suċċessi, Għerf Imlissen and Medikastorja.

In May 2009 she was awarded the Best Radio Programme 2008 by the Malta Institute for Journalism for her programm Dawra mal-Belt Valletta.

In 2011 she was awarded the award for Best Discussion programme with Dan ix-Xiber Baħar. The documentary series Kalejdoskopju won Din l-Art Ħelwa's Prize for Built Heritage Journalism 2010

Cynthia work with CVC Media and was involved and presenting with others presenters the program Malta u Lil Hinn Minnha.

For a number of years presented a socio-religious programme on TVM - QalbinNies and was also involved in the production of Montage - a cultural programme on TVM.