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Veran Matic (born in 1962 in Sabac), editor-in-chief of informative programme and chairman of the Board of Directors of B92.

Chairman of the Board of Directors of B92, editor-in-chief of informative programme and president of B92 Fund. Since 1984 he has been engaged in the field of alternative and youth media in Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana. He began his career in NTV Studio B, and in May 1989 he founded Radio B92, the first independent radio station in Serbia. Under his guidance, this station has developed numerous activities in the last 25 years, but the most important ones are: radio, television and website.


Mr Milutinovic is the editor-in-chief of the daily Dan based in Podgorica. He graduated at the Faculty of Law at the University of Montenegro in Podgorica and holds a Bachelor of Laws degree.

He is the executive director of Jumedia Mont company which deals with newspaper business and comprises of three well-known and widespread media- the daily Dan, Radio D, weekly TV Revija D and Radio D plus. Before this job, Mr Milutinovic served as a Secretary in Directorate of Public Revenues. He speaks English.

He is the representative of the Foundation Dusko Jovanovic.

Born on 10th January 1972 in Niksic. He has been in journalism for more than two decades. He was the editor of Youth programme on RTV Niksic, editor of a programme on RTCG (Radio and Television of Montenegro), editor-in-chief of weekly Indeks, correspondent of Svedok and Telegraf, editor of Revija D and since April 2004 a deputy editor-in-chief of the daily Dan.

In December 2012 he was elected as a Chairman of the Commission for the investigation of the attacks on journalists and media property.

Zeljko Kopanja was born in 1954 in Kotor Varos. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics and started his journalism career in Glas Srpske. During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he worked as a journalist of the Belgrade weekly Telegraf where he published articles on criminal activities of the former government of RS.
After the war, he founded the newspaper Nezavisne novine in Banja Luka with critical views on the rule of Serbian Democratic Party in Republika Srpska but also on the regime of the former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic.
In 1999 Nezavisne novine published articles on war crimes which Serbian paramilitary forces committed in the Bosnian war. After that, Kopanja received threatening letters on his address. A few months later threats were realized when an explosive device was planted under Kopanja's car. Doctors fought for his life, he was clinically dead. He survived but had his legs amputated. The perpetrators of the assassination have still not been discovered.
In November 2000, Kopanja received an award by the Committee to Protect Journalists from New York. The Committee recognizes journalists that show courage in fight for freedom of the media despite the threats, physical assaults and criminal prosecution by the authorities. In the same year, Human Rights Watch awarded him with the Hellman/Hammett grants. They recognize the writers across the world who are victims of political prosecution and in the state of financial need.


Berislav Jelinic is an investigative journalist with twenty years of experience in leading Croatian print and electronic media. He has a degree in criminology, became an apsolvent of journalism and acquired the title of EMBA after graduating from Cotrugli Business School. He worked as a journalist and editor at the weekly Globus, Studio, Arena, Nacional, Aktual, the daily Jutarnji list, on OTV, and collaborated as an author on projects broadcasted on HTV and TV Mreza. He was the director and one of the main initiators of the weekly Aktual, the only media project which started in the times of recession and survived until 2014.