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31. 05. 2011

50 percent of the company Radio-Television Kraljevo sold to the Russian businessman

Kraljevo, May 31, 2011 (Pregled) - A Russian businessman, Vladimir Yevgenievich Yemelianov, now owns 50 percent of the company Radio-Television Kraljevo and Ibarske Novosti d.o.o., confirmed Davor Cicic to the Tanjug news agency. Cicic's company, Kemo, had previously been the sole owner of the media house. The sales contract was signed in the premises of the regional TV Kraljevo in the town of Konarevo near Kraljevo, but financial details are not known. TV Kraljevo has a regional frequency, while Radio KV has a local frequency. Weekly magazine Ibarske Novosti is distributed in the city. In June of the last year, the company that was in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings was bought for 12 million dinars by the Kemo company owned by Davor Cicic. Around 40 people now work in the company RTV Kraljevo and Ibarske Novosti.

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