Daniela Vranković holds a degree in journalism and communication studies from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. After having worked for nearly ten years as a journalist in different media outlets (staying the longest at TV Vijesti), she left the profession in 2015 to take care of a small family business. She occasionally works as a correspondent for local outlets and the media specialising in business and finance. Vranković contributed this report as a researcher engaged by the Montenegro Media Institute, a partner organisation in the SEE Media Observatory.
Zoran Bojarovski holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Comparative Literature from the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. Currently, he is a producer at Alfa TV. He previously worked as editor-in-chief and deputy editor-in-chief at various print and broadcast media in Macedonia. Bojarovski contributed this report as a researcher engaged by the Macedonian Institute for Media, a partner organisation in the SEE Media Observatory.
Milan F. Živković
Bojan Vučićević graduated from journalism and media production at the Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade. Believes that honesty and awareness of the public interest are the first and the last terms of practicing journalism. Lives in Novi Sad, where together with a group of friends prepares a launching of an internet radio station dedicated to culture, education and ecology.
Borislav Vukojevic, senior teaching assistant at Faculty of Political Sciences in Banja Luka. His scientific interests are related to new media, mediatization, responsible journalism and public opinion. He published several scientific papers about political marketing, responsible journalism and media outlets in BiH.
Hilma Unkić graduated journalism at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo, continuing postgraduate study in communication sciences. She has worked for different media outlets in BiH and currently she is working for the website media.ba. She was also a longtime activist on issues related to art and culture.
Goran Đurović is a member of the Council of Radio Televison of Montenegro, RTCG, and an advocate of media laws