Ruben Jaghinyan

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Ruben Jaghinyan
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Ruben Jaghinyan at Yerevan
Born (1969-04-28) 28 April 1969 (age 51)
Yerevan, Armenia
Occupation Producer

Ruben V. Jaghinyan (born 28 April 1969, Yerevan, Armenia) is the chairman of the Council of Public TV and Radio Company of Armenia.


He attended the Electrotechnical Engineering Department of the Yerevan State Polytechnic Institute, graduating in 1994. From 1987 to 1989 he served in the Soviet Army.


From 1991 to 1994 he performed in the Major League of the Club of the Merry and Inventive (CMI) at Yerevan Medical Institute (YMI) team. They twice became a champion of the Major League in 1992 and 1994. The team played its final season in 1994.

In 1991 Ruben V. Jaghinyan founded Sharm Holding and became its general director (1991-2013).

Starting from 2013 he is the chairman of the Council of Public TV and Radio Company of Armenia.


Married, has two daughters.

Tamara Jaghinyan (Asatryan), his wife, born in Yerevan in 1979, graduated from the faculty of Oriental Studies of the Moscow State University, then continued education in the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and got the qualification of lawyer and international relations specialist.

Creative achievements

Ruben Jaghinyan has produced:

  • entertainment programs (Armenian way, Armenian radio),
  • TV projects (100 options, Red or Black, Armenian Cuisine, Garage),
  • feature films (Our Yard, Our Yard 2, Our Yard 3, Taxi ‘Eli lav a’, A Millionaire Wanted),
  • documentaries (Autumn of the Magician, Uncle Valya, The story of a photo, Our mayor, Stoned melody, Exhortation, As long as I live),
  • music projects (Yerevan-Moscow Transit, Yerevan-Kiev Transit, Erebuni-Yerevan),
  • TV projects for children (We know that you do know),
  • fashion-shows (ISIS, Style fashion house, Fashion Jazz Quartet).

  • From 2005 to 2009 project manager of Yerevan magazine,
  • Member of International Academy of Radio and Television.[1]
  • From 2006 to 2011 supervisor of Arts Management course in the Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema.

Ruben Jaghinyan is the producer of:

  • Our Yard, feature film (1996)
  • Our Yard 2, feature film (1998)
  • As Long as I Live, documentary (2000)[2]
  • Our Yard 3, feature film (2006)
  • Yerevan-Moscow Transit musical project, (2006)[3]
  • 100 Options, TV project (2006)
  • The Songs of Special Purpose event, on the National Army anniversary celebrations (2007)
  • Yerevan-Moscow Transit musical project (2007)
  • Erebuni-Yerevan, the City Day celebrations (2007)
  • Our Mayor, documentary (2008)
  • Armenian Jazz 70, the Year of Jazz celebration events (2008)[4]
  • Fashion Jazz Quartet, fashion show (2008)
  • The Songs of Special Purpose, event on the National Army anniversary celebrations (2009)
  • Taxi ‘Eli Lav a’ feature film (2009)[5]
  • Autumn of the Magician, documentary (2009)
  • Uncle Valya, documentary (2009)[6]
  • The Story of a Photo, documentary (2009)
  • Stoned Melody, documentary (2009)
  • Exhortation, documentary (2009)
  • Erebuni-Yerevan, the City Day celebrations (2009)
  • Yerevan-Kiev Transit, musical project (2009)[7]
  • Red or Black, TV project (2009)
  • Erebuni-Yerevan, the City Day celebration events (2009)[8]
  • Spartacus, ballet (2009) [9]
  • Erebuni-Yerevan, the City Day celebration events (2010)[10]
  • Armenian Cuisine, TV project (2010)
  • "Aida" opera (2010) [11]
  • A Millionaire Wanted, feature film (2010)[12]
  • “The Fiancé from Circus” adventur comedy (2011)[13]
  • Poker AM, feature film (2012)[14]
  • Musical "Love Bridge” (2013)[15]


  • 2007 Garegin Njdeh medal awarded by RA Ministry of Defense for contributions to the formation and strengthening of the National Army.
  • 2008 Movses Khorenatsi medal awarded by the president of Armenia for creative achievements in the spheres of Armenian culture.
  • 2008 Gold medal awarded by RA Ministry of Culture for the organizing the celebration of the 70th anniversary of Armenian Jazz.
  • 2009 The Presidential award for art contributions.[16]


  1. "International Academy of Television and Radio". 
  2. "Yerevan in arworks at Wikipedia". 
  3. (Russian) ""Yerevan-Moscow Transit" musical project official site". 
  4. ""Armenian Jazz 70" official site". 
  5. "Taxi 'Eli Lav A' official site". 
  6. "Golden Apricot International Film Festival". 
  7. (Russian) ""Yerevan-Kiev Transit" musical project official site". 
  8. ""Erebuni-Yerevan" official site". 
  9. ""Spartacus" official site". 
  10. ""Erebuni-Yerevan" official site". 
  11. "Opera "Aida"". 
  12. ""A Millionaire Wanted" film premiere - PanARMENIAN.NET". 
  13. ""The Fiancé from Circus" adventurous comedy -". 
  14. ""Poker AM" -". 
  15. "Musical "Love Bridge”)". 
  16. "PanARMENIAN.NET". 

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