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Sanela Hodžić

Sanela Hodžić has been a research coordinator in Mediacentar Sarajevo since 2009, and had previously been involved in different research projects since 2002. Her research interests are related primarily to social psychology, communication and media representation, but other relevant working experiences are related to educational and clinical psychology. Her previous research engagements pertaining to media system in B&H where evolving around labor relations in media, media freedom, economic and political pressures, communication policies and practices in local communities in B&H, e-governance at the local level, etc (Publications mostly available: here). For the past few years she has been providing yearly overview of structural and contextual factors related to media system in B&H (MSI Ireex).

SEEmediaobservatory

SEE Media Observatory Web Portal Editorial Board.

SEE Media Observatory is a regional partnership of civil society organisations aimed at enhancing media freedom and pluralism, and influencing media reforms in the countries of South East Europe.

Snezana Trpevska

Studied Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje, before completing her MA in Communication Studies at the Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research. She defended her PhD in Sociological Sciences under the title Mixed Methods Approach in the Sociological Studies of Television News. She teaches Media law and Media and Audience Research Methods at the School of Journalism and Public Relations in Skopje. Her research interests are ranging within the fields of Sociology of Mass Communication, Journalism Studies and Media Policy and Regulation. Since June 2011, she leads the research projects started  within the UNESCO Chair in Media, Dialogue and Mutual Understanding, focused on diversity reporting and media role in promoting tolerance and social cohesion. As an expert in media law and media policy she has been involved in developing media legislation and contributed to numerous debates about the harmonization of national legislation with the European legal standards in the media field.

Sándor Orbán

Regional advocacy coordinator and member of Mediaobservatory.net Editorial Board
Sándor Orbán is the program director of the South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM) which unites seventeen non-for-profit media development centers from twelve countries of the region. He designs, coordinates, and supervises media policy, research, advocacy and journalism training projects. His main fields of expertise include media freedom and pluralism, reporting diversity, and journalism ethics. Orbán is also a guest lecturer at the Budapest College of Communication and Business. Prior to this current position, in 2006, he managed research and academic training programs at the Center for Media and Communication Studies of the Central European University in Budapest. From 1997 to 2005, he served as director of the Center for Independent Journalism (Budapest), established by the Independent Journalism Foundation (New York). In 1983–95, he worked at Hungarian media outlets as an international news editor and reporter covering political, social, and cultural events in the United States, Canada and Europe.
Orbán was a beneficiary of several international journalism fellowships, including the Hubert H. Humphrey program at the University of Maryland in 2004–2005, and a four-month US study tour organized by the World Press Institute (St. Paul, MN) in 1993. He completed a one-year diploma program at the Bologna Center of the School of Advanced International Studies/Johns Hopkins University in 1989–90. He received his M.A. degree in international relations and journalism at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1983.

Slobodanka Dekić

Works on organisation and development Mediacentar’s educational programs, with focus on online media, multimedia production and online activism. Editor of  web site diskriminacija.ba. 
 
Dekić holds a Bachelor's Degree  in Anthropology and Ethnology from the University of Belgrade, and a Master’s Degree in Democracy and Human Rights from the University of Sarajevo and the University of Bologna’s joint program. She is currently working on her second Master’s Degree in Global Media Culture at University of Belgrade. 
 
Areas of Interest: LGBTIQ rights and activism, conflict studies and peacebuilding, media. 

Slobodan Georgijev

Saska Cvetkovska

Saše Dimovski

Saše Dimovski

Saše Dimovski is a free-lance investigative journalist with a vast professional experience in reporting and working as editor for television, radio, daily and weekly papers and online media. He has specialized in court reporting, the coverage of human rights and research of corruption. Saše Dimovski is a regular writer of the Balkan Investigative Reporting network (BIRN), and he has won several awards for journalism excellence. He is a co-author of handbooks for journalists - Media and Human Trafficking (2010) and Transparency in criminal proceedings (2014), published by the OSCE Mission to Skopje. 

Sandra B. Hrvatin

Sašo Ordanoski

Sašo Ordanoski, PhD, is a journalist with almost three decades of professional experience. He headed Macedonian national TV and national Alsat-M TV, as well as a couple of prominent weekly magazines in Skopje. He has a long experience of collaborating with a number of international media. His PhD and MA degrees obtained from the Skopje state university “St. Cyril and Methodius” are in the spheres of sociology, political science and communication. He teaches at the SEE University in Tetovo/Skopje. He is a long time activist in the Macedonian and regional civil society sector dealing with anticorruption, democracy and media development.

Stefan Janjić

Sunčica Bakić

Sunčica Bakić

Advisor at Agency for Electronic Media of Montenegro

Saša Panić