1999 - present
| July 28, 1977 (age 38) (1977-07-28) Qixing District, Guilin, Guangxi|
China Central Television (CCTV)
Golden Mike Award
Golden Eagle Award for Best Programme Host
Communication University of China
Ouyang Xiadan Wikipedia
Ouyang Xiadan (simplified Chinese: 欧阳夏丹; traditional Chinese: 歐陽夏丹; pinyin: ōuáang Xiàdān; born 28 July 1977) is a Chinese news anchor for China Central Television, the main state announcer of China.
She won the Golden Mike Award in 2007, and received Golden Eagle Award for Best Programme Host in 2008.
Ouyang Xiadan was born in July 1977 in Qixing District of Guilin, Guangxi, she secondary studied at Guilin High School (桂林中学), she entered Communication University of China in 1995, majoring in broadcasting, where he graduated in 1999.
After graduation, she joined the Shanghai Television, and she anchored the Shanghai Morning and Evening News for four years. Ouyang Xiadan joined the China Central Television in October 2003, she anchored the First Time between 2003 and 2009. She hosted the Eyes on since August 2009 and anchored the Xinwen Lianbo since August 8, 2011. Ouyang was also one of the hosts of the CCTV New Year's Gala in 2010.Evening News (Chinese: 《新闻夜线》)
Shanghai Morning (Chinese: 《上海早晨》)
First Time (Chinese: 《第一时间》)
Eyes on (Chinese: 《共同关注》)
Xinwen Lianbo (Chinese: 《新闻联播》)
First Time - 2007 Golden Mike Award.
2008 Golden Eagle Award for Best Programme Host