Apropo TV Producer & “Romania’s Got Talent” member of the jury
In the spring of 1990, fascinated by a DJ contest ad on the first Romanian private radio station, Andi Moisescu misses the chance of a future career in written press distribution, abruptly interrupting, after only three weeks, the unbelievable success of newsstand vendor in a subway station from Bucharest.
At the young age of 17, he becomes the youngest Radio DJ at UNIFAN Radio. In the summer of 1991, he is coopted in the team with which Adrian Sarbu was going to lay the foundation of ProFM. Until 1993, the year ProFM received its broadcasting CNA license, Andi Moisescu keeps in shape with Radio Costinesti and, later on, FUN Radio teams.
In the winter of 1995, he cannot fight the temptation to accept the Director position at Radio ProFM. He manages to tag along with the idea until the fall of 1996, when Andi Moisescu “loses his mind” and accepts the challenge to work in television.
A long series of short nights follow, at the end of which he presents the morning show on ProTV. At first, he presented together with Florin Calinescu, then he was on his own, and in the end he found his on screen match in Andreea Raicu.
Andi Moisescu takes over another TV show from Florin Calinescu “Watch & Win” after which, once in the heat of the entertaining era, he continues with “Ministry on Comedy”, “Give & Win” and “Teo&Andi”.
The new Millennium brings a glimpse of hope in terms of professional maturity, when Andi Moisescu begins to host the first Romanian advertising TV show, “Trade Mark”.
Four years later, in an Old Town Bucharest pub, he meets Dragos Stanca, which comes up with a collaboration proposition for a future weekly appearance in Apropo TV Magazine. After the third beer, Andi Moisescu starts to dream big and takes on the challenge to create a TV show under the same name.
Reaching its 19th season this year, Apropo TV will soon celebrate 10 years of continuous broadcasting.
In his spare time, Andi Moisescu is a TV star, being one of the judges of “Romania’s Got Talens”, the most successful TV show in the history of Romanian television.
Pro bono, Andi Moisescu is the president of Salvati Copiii Romania (member of the Save the Children Alliance), a non-governmental organization that fights for children’s rights.