Javni servis Radio Televizija Srbije

Javni servis Radio Televizija Srbije

Radio Television of Serbia (RTS), broadcasts and produces a variety of news, scientific, popular, cultural, entertaining through radio, television, and the Internet. RTS is a member of the European Broadcasting Union. RTS owns extensive archive material, publishes books in the field of media and culture and produces CDs for all music genres. Seven musical ensembles are active participants on the international and local music scene. RTS also organises promotions, exhibitions, concerts, and round tables on the cultural topics. Employees at RTS are involved in all parts of the process, from being content creators to being jury participants on international competitions and festivals.

Radio Belgrade (established 1924) has 4 radio channels and 4internet channels. Radio Belgrade has been awarded ten times at the festival Prix Italia and five times at Premios Ondas.

Project team

Marijana Gojković

The Secretary General, Head of the Legal departmant and Director of the Directorate of RTS, which has twelve departmants that ensure business unity and strategic development of the public media service. Faculty of Law Belgrade University. Bar examination and executive examination.

She has several years of experience in Erasmus + projects in the position of manager. Negotiation and drafting of international contracts and representation. Legislation of audio-visual copyrights.

The experience is reflected, among other things, in the coordination of students practices in the RTS in order to develop skills and improve competences in the media.


Nikoleta Dojčinović

Nikoleta Dojčinović is a television and radio editor, presenter, and journalist at RTS for over three decades. Currently, she is the editor-in-chief of the Music Department of the First Program of Radio Belgrade, RTS where she impacts the development and editing of the program. As a board and jury member, she participated in several domestic and international events.

She won the "Golden Badge" award in 2018 for her contribution to the development of culture in Serbia. She graduated with a PhD in the field of interdisciplinary studies in "Theory of Art and Media" at the University of Arts in Belgrade.

Throughout her career she has been a member of the Association of Journalists of Serbia and has participated in EU projects Forte and Demusis.


Stanislav Veljković

General Secretary of Serbian Broadcasting System – Radio Television Serbia. Faculty of Law Belgrade University. Bar examination. Employee of SBS RTS since 1985. Negotiation and drafting of international contracts and representation. Worked on the EBU Eurosong Contest 2008, legislation of audio-visual copyrights and establishing the Digital programme of TV Belgrade.


Vesna Corović Butrić

Vesna Corović Butrić is Serbian radio and television journalist and children's writer. She has written many children's books and won many awards. One of them is the book BOGUSTORIES (2017). According to the text dramatized for broadcast by Vesna Peric, a radio drama of the same name was realized in the Drama Program of Radio Belgrade. “BONGO, The Rare Pets Gang” from 2019. is her new book about adventures of yellow balloon. Vesna is working as chief editor of Children’s and Youth Programme at Radio Belgrade.


Vesna Perić, PhD

Graduated from Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade (Dramaturgy Department) and won her PhD from the same Faculty (Film and Media Studies Department). Dramaturge, playwright, film critic and author. From 2002 works for Radio Belgrade 2 and from 2010 for Drama Department.

She authored 13 radio plays and one documentary piece produced by Radio Belgrade Drama department. She acted as a member of PRIX ITALIA Radio Drama Jury in 2010 and 2019.

Currently she is the Head of Drama department at Radio Belgrade and oversees yearly production of about 60 radio pieces in various thematic and genre series broadcast on Radio Belgrade.


Melina Koljević

Screenwriter and a program editor at Radio Belgrade Drama Department (since 2003). Received her MA degree from Faculty of Philology (Comparative Literature) and graduated Theatre and Radio Directing at Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. She is a co-screenwriter for the film “Trap” (shortlisted among 9 best foreign films nominated for Oscar 2008) and for the film “Circles” screened at Sundance, USA (special Jury prize). She is a member of European Film Academy.

Her radio-drama directing include: “Danube German Women”, produced by Goethe Institute Belgrade, “The German Girl” and “The Foe’s Holy Scripture” (in competition at PRIX EUROPA) and “Yerma” (in competition at PRIX ITALIA).


Predrag Stamenković, MA

Composer and conductor. From 2005 till 2010 acted as a chief editor of the Drama Program of Radio Belgrade. Since 2000 he is an editor of the radio serial “Sound Experiments”. His solo, chamber, choral and orchestral compositions have been performed in Serbia and abroad. He is also a vocal and instrumental solo performer of the music group “Musica Antiqua”. He has also taken part in realization more than 500 radio dramas, some of them have won on prestigious world festivals - among them were sound-art pieces "A Tree's Nightmare" authored by Aleksandar Protic and "Large Stone" authored by Ivana Stefanovic which won PRIX ITALIA (music category) in 2002. and 2012. respectively.


Marija Ćirić PhD

Professor and chief of study programmes for Music in Media at the Faculty of Philology and Art (Kragujevac). She received her PhD from the University of Arts (Art and Media Theory) and the title of Doctor of Arts in the field of Polymedia Art from the University of Arts in Belgrade.

She is music critic, the author of radiophonic works as well as music for radio dramas which participated in international festivals (Prix Italia, Prix Europa, Premios Ondas, Birds Eye View, Grand Prix Nova, Rose D’Or) and short/animated films. She received the award for her exceptional radiophonic contribution given by Radio Belgrade Drama department. She was a co-scriptwriter for TV film Binički (1st prize at the Prix Circom festival, 2016).


Milenija Ristić

Obtained her MA in Theatre and Radio directing in 2016 at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. She staged several theatre pieces. Her student ars acustica project ‘Eco Requiem’ was broadcasted by Radio Belgrade and awarded second place in Iran’s 13th Radio Festival in 2014. Since the premier broadcasting of ‘Eco Requiem’ she started a collaboration with Radio Belgrade Drama Department that still lasts and includes 5 drama miniatures, 4 live broadcasts, 3 ars acustica pieces and 6 radio dramas. She also received an annual award from Radio Belgrade for the most successful young broadcasting author for the year 2013.


Zoran Jerković

Sound engineer and sound designer. Worked for Radio Television Serbia since 1967. Works on radio-plays, experimental radiophonic pieces, as well as the classical and contemporary music for radio programmes and recordings companies. He was professor (1997-2012) of sound engineering at Faculty of Drama Arts (Recordings and Sound Design Department) His radio pieces participated at following festivals: Prix Italia (awarded in 1977, 1984, 1985), Premios Ondas (awarded in 1977, 1977, 1985), Prix Futura/Europa, Prix Japon, AudioBox, Karl-Szuka Preis, Prix Monaco… Zoran Jerkovic is a member of AES (Audio Engineering Society).


Zoran Uzelac

Graduated from Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade, department of Sound Design. Worked for Television “Politika” as a sound designer and from 2004 till now works at Radio Belgrade as a sound designer. Collaborates with prominent composer of applied music, Zoran Simjanovic since 2002 in Dolby Digital 5.1 system working on various feature movies directed by Goran Marković, Goran Paskaljević, Srđan Karanović and Dejan Karaklajić. Worked as a sound designer for the radio piece directed by Ivana Stefanovic “Veliki kamen”/ “Large Stone” awarded Grand Prix at Prix Italia 2017 (music category). Technical skills: Logic Audio, Nuendo, Cubase, ProTools, Vegas, Sound Forge, WaveLab, MS office.


Milan Filipović

Started working in Radio Belgrade from 1983 and as a sound designer and works for Radio Belgrade Drama Department from 1996 till now. He is a chief coordinator of Radio Drama sound studio. His work covers over 400 radio pieces which took part in various international festivals among which stands radio dramatization of Ivo Andrić's prose “Letter from 1920“ directed by Nađa Janjetović which won a special prize at Tehran Radio Festival in 2008.

He also took part in regional sound design festival „Taktons“ in Novi Sad, winning several awards in radio drama category.


Milena Jakovljević

Employed in Public Service Media Radio Television Serbia since 2010, Finance and Commerce Dept, on the position of Head of Foreign Exchange Department since 2016. Since 2016, has been engaged in monitoring international project, in the part related to finance.


Ljiljana Pantović

Secretary of the General Secretary of RTS. An employee of RTS since 1987, has taken part in many RTS projects as project team administrator. A reliable and outstanding associate of the general secretary and the RTS Board of Directors.