Ivan Radovanovic

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"Ivan Radovanovic gained extensive journalistic experience in the prominent daily Politika (Politics) from 1984 – 1989 and Borba (Struggle) by 1992 when he joined the weekly Vreme (Time). In both Vreme and Borba he closely followed political developments and was a war reporter from Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia. In 1996 he accepted invitation from Slavko Curuvija to join Dnevni telegraf (Daily Telegraph) as a Managing Editor, while together with Dragan Bujosevic and Curuvija he prepared the launch of Evropljanin (A European). After Curuvija’s murder in 1999 he left journalism.

"With BKTV he worked as News Editor after the October changes in 2000. With his previous partner Srdjan Djuric he founded PR agency Olaf & McAteer in 2001. He’s the author of novels published by Stubovi kulture entitled “Ništa“ (“Nothing“), “Kratka istorija života u mrtvom gradu“ (“A Brief History of Life in a Dead City“) and bestseller published by Media Center Belgrade “Peti oktobar - 24 časa prevrata“ (“October the Fifth - 24 Hours of Overturn”), co-authored with Dragan Bujosevic, Editor in Chief at the oldest Serbian daily Politika . Ivan Radovanovic was born in 1961 in Belgrade."[1]


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  1. International Commmunications Partners Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed December 9, 2013.