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Vlad Fisun is the UKrainian artist and music expert


My career began with the launch of Afisha magazine, a weekly city guide similar to TimeOut. Later, I moved to the Polish franchise Viva!, which focused on celebrity life. My adventures in printed media concluded with Playboy Ukraine.

With the establishment of the digital era, I transitioned to content creation for brands' social media platforms. Subsequently, I was invited to join the highly successful digital broadcasting station My skills also allowed me to contribute to world music and lifestyle media, including GQ, Mixmag, and various travel and glossy publications.

With the full-scale russian invasion of Ukraine I joined BBC Wordlwide team as an executive producer and provided AP, Vice, British Mediacl Journal with content flow. 

The most famous men's magazine arrived in Ukraine in 2005, and I had the privilege of serving as its editor-in-chief for 5 years.
This mission began with a dramatic enhancement of local content production, leading to global projects, including the one and only Playmate International shoot with the participation of founder Hugh Hefner.
In addition to overseeing the editorial content, I also managed the events activities. I initiated for Playmate Of The Year parties with guests stars such as Felix da Housecat and  Bob Sinclair, and roadshows across the country in collaboration with premium brands, aiming to establish a community and promote the Playboy lifestyle in general, engaging with audiences throughout Ukraine.


BBC Worldwide, AP, Vice and British Medical Journal


In March 2022, I joined the BBC World team to assist in covering the Russian invasion of Ukraine. My task was to provide journalist groups with topics, liaise with government and military officials, and manage security and logistics. 
Over the course of 90 days, I worked with more than 10 top BBC reporters, including the World Affairs Editor of BBC News, John Simpson.
Later in 2022 I continued to collaborate with world media, providing journalists with content and production service. The list includes Associated Press, Vice, British Medical Journal.


I joined the Aristocrats FM in 2014 during the proactive phase of the Maidan Revolution.
My journey began with the 'Big Fisun' show at a non-commercial online broadcasting station. To secure financing for the project, I established connections with the Pernod-Ricard office and successfully managed our first sponsorship deal.

Over 8 years, I produced and released more than 500 programs, encompassing live music shows with Ukrainian and international artists, streams featuring top DJs, cultural event reviews, and special projects. swiftly became a well-recognized brand and set the standard for a new kind of content creation, editorial policy, and sponsorship management.


Taft Plunk was an ironic idea to find out what could happen to the most famous robo duo if they became a low-budget scenic act promoting tongue-in-chic Frenchy house music. My long-term colleague, Vladimir Sivash, and I wore the lighting helmets and took the subway, walked into the pub, and hung out on the streets. 
So our friend and outstanding photographer Olga Babych followed us.

The most famous magazine about electronic music, Mixmag, published the project, which we also provided with a mix of French touch gems. It went viral with reposts on Tsugi,, and various blogs.

Furthermore, Taft Plunk had a few performances, including Websummit in Lisbon and UNIT.City in Kyiv.

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