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24. 11. 2014



Organizer: Association of Independent Electronic Media (ANEM)

Date: 27 November 2014 (Thursday)

Time: 13.00 - 14.00

Place: Media center Belgrade, Terazije 3, 2nd floor

Dear Madam/Sir,

We kindly invite you to the press conference announcing a series of ANEM seminars on the implementation of new media laws. The seminars will be organized free of charge for all media, journalists and other interested parties, in the period December 2014 - May 2015.

New media legal framework is an important move forward and a big step in the harmonization with the European regulatory framework. It offers a good basis for long awaited reforms in the media sector, which also requires adequate implementation of new laws. In order for adequate implementation to take place, certain preconditions are necessary, one of them being raising the capacity of media and journalists for understanding new media laws so that they could properly fulfil their rights and obligations and thus contribute to the full effect of the new laws, both in their personal interest and in the interest of the public.

With the aim to contribute to the above explained, and recognizing such need of its member stations and other media and journalists, ANEM will organize a series of seminars across Serbia (with the support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and technical assistance of the OSCE Mission in Serbia) in order to educate media, journalists and other interested parties about the Law on Public Information and Media (as the umbrella law for all media and journalists) and the Law on Electronic Media (as the umbrella law for electronic media).

Two seminars are planned in December 2014 (in Belgrade and Novi Sad), and four seminars in the period February - May 2015 (in Kragujevac, Niš, Novi Pazar and Subotica).

Lecturers at the seminars will be representatives of responsible institutions - Ministry for Culture and Information, Regulatory Body for Electronic Media, Privatization Agency, as well as media and legal experts.

Speakers at the press conference will be:

  • Milorad Tadić, ANEM president
  • Gordana Janković, Head of the Media Department of the OSCE Mission in Serbia
  • Saša Mirković, State Secretary, Ministry of Culture and Information
  • Goran Karadžić, President of the Council of the Regulatory Body for Electronic Media
  • Dušan Šutanovac, Privatization Agency
  • Rade Veljanovski, media expert
  • Slobodan Kremenjak, legal expert specializing in media law


Invitation to the press conference is available for download here

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