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Prof. Rade Veljanovski

E-mail address: rade.veljanovski@fpn.bg.ac.rs, radev@radiobeograd.co.rs

Phone No: +381 11 3092-999

Year and place of birth: Belgrade, 1952

Education

  • BA, Faculty of Political Sciences, Department of Journalism, 1976
  • MA, FPS, 1996

Courses

  • Radio Journalism, 3rd year course

Working experience

  • 1976, journalist, Studio B
  • 1980,  journalist of Belgrade 202, Radio Belgrade, editor of the main news broadcast
  • 1983, journalist of Radio Belgrade – First Programme; reporter from highest political and public authorities; editor presenter of morning news, daily news and news; editor of political column;
  • 1988, deputy editor in chief of the Radio Belgrade First Programme
  • 1990, editor in chief of the Radio Belgrade First Programme;
  • 1991, by the decree of the Government of Serbia dismissed from the position of editor in chief;
  • January 1993, leaves the RTS together with 1,100 people;
  • 1993 – 2001 associate of the Foundation for Peace and Crisis Resolution and editor of independent radio production “The Age of Reason”;
  • 1993. – 1997, associate of the journal “Republika” and correspondent of the magazine “Svet” from Skopje;
  • 1994, one of the founders of the Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia / later in two mandates member of the Executive Board;
  • 1997, editor of the political column in the daily “Danas”;
  • 2000. – 2003, working on media laws as the president of the working group : Broadcasting Law and the Law on Public Information;
  • 2001 director of the Radio Belgrade.

Lecturing at other domestic and foreign institutions

  • Specialist Alternative Studies (SAS) Novi Sad, 2000, 2001
  • One-year school of journalism, Medija plan Sarajevo, 2000, 2001, 2002

Fields of scientific interest

  • journalism,
  • public opinion,
  • communication studies,
  • sociology of media

The most important books published

  1. “Ka demokratskoj radiodifuziji” – P. Plavšić, M. Radojković, R. Veljanovski, Belgrade, 1992, Fond za otvoreno društvo/Argument

Participation in research projects

  • Serbian Side of War, part: Shift of Electronic Media, 1992/94

Participation in conferences in the country and abroad

  • Ohrid 1994;
  • Ljubljana; 1995;
  • Kotor 1998;
  • Sarajevo 2000 and 2001;
  • London 2001;
  • Budapest 1999 and 2002

Membership in professional associations and organizations

  • Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia,
  • Yugoslav Political Science Association;

Foreign languages

  • Russian (p),
  • English (p)

Hobby and interests

  • music,
  • sport

Civil status

  • married, two children