iraj adibzadeh

Iraj Adibzadeh

iraj adibzadeh

Mr. Adibzadeh was born in a cultural family. As he was five years old, his father used to teach him reading and writing. From childhood on, he loved to engage with litartue and read a lot of books. Iraj’s father encouraged him to enter in the world of Golestan Sadi and as he was a student, he excited Iraj to cooperate with the publication of school magazine.
Adibzadeh was just only sixteen, as he began to work as a journalist with the famous magazine “Sobehe Emrooz”. During studding at high-school, he used to play theater and later on he worked as synchronizer for the film industry.
As 1962, he was successful at the competition of Radio Iran and then they assigned him to the Zahedan Radio network as a moderator. While living in Zahedan, Iraj was enthusiastic about Baluchestan people and their culture.
Returning to Tehran, Iraj cooperated with Iraj Gorgin for his Cultural Program at the Radio Tehran. This Project was one of the high valued cultural Iranian program. Then an amazing event brought him to sport journalism. As a sport reporter and commentator, Adibzadeh reported from the Asian Game 1974, the Olympic Game 1976 and the World Cup, 1978. At the same time, he worked with Ayandegan News Paper.
With establishment of the Iranian Nation Television, Chanel Two, under direction of
Iraj Gorgin, Iraj work together with his friends Manuk, Khodabakhshian, Inanlu and Ghazizadeh and produce the Program “Sport from the second view”. This Program because of its innovative and intelligent presentation was one of the most favorite sport program in Iran. It had too many viewers and therefore, it won the Silver Lion Award.
After the revolution in 1979, Iraj emigrated to France. During his staying in Europe, he continue with the profession of reporter and moderator passionately. Sixteen years Iraj worked at the International Radio France and in the last eight years, he have been working
with Radio Zamaneh. Because of the magic opportunity of journalism, Iraj could visit more than 60 countries, attend at three World Cups and two Olympic games.