Martin Reznicek currently presents the Czech TV’s main news show Události and the main prime time debate program Události, komentáře.
Previously he served as international correspondent and presenter. He has over 20 years of journalism experience, having worked mainly at the BBC World Service and Czech Television News.
Between 2013 and 2017 he was Czech TV’s US correspondent to Washington, DC after years of being responsible for coverage of major international events and ad-hoc deployments abroad as chief international correspondent. In 2001 and 2004 he resided in London working for the BBC World Service radio as part of his assignment with the BBC Czech service.
Over his career he interviewed high ranking officials including David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Condoleezza Rice, Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger, Paul Ryan, Mike Pompeo and others.
In 2015, whilst in Washington, he was nominated as International Emmy Awards juror by Euro-vision Americas. Upon his return to Prague, he published a book called “Disunited States” on frictions in American society.