RTV Studio B
|РТВ Студио Б|
|PGP Studio B|
|Founded||Belgrade, Serbia (10 April 1972
First founded 1 April 1970
Radio 1970, Television 1990
|Founder||Maxim Media d.o.o|
|Nemanja Vranković (General director)
Ivana Vučićević (Director)
|Services||Broadcast radio, television|
|Revenue||€3.14 million (2013)|
|-€0.29 million (2013)|
|Total assets||€1.08 million (2013)|
|Total equity||€0.16 million (2013)|
Number of employees
RTV Studio B, more often called Studio B (Serbian Cyrillic: Студио Б), is a radio and television broadcaster in Belgrade, Serbia, which was the first broadcast station outside the national electronic media system.
RTV Studio B broadcasts in a radius of 100 km around Belgrade, covering an area in which there are three million viewers. One notable program was Beograde dobro jutro, "Good Morning, Belgrade", which was launched in 1975.
Studio B was launched as a radio station in 1970 by the journalists from the Borba group. In 1972, it became a corporation owned by Belgrade's Municipal Council. From 1975, Duško Radović was the editor of Studio B. It became independent in April 1991, but this was reversed by a decision of the corporate court on 15 February 1996. when the last serving director of NTV Studio B, Milorad Roganović, was removed from his duty, and from that day on, Studio B has served as a government-owned company. In October 1997, Zoran Ostojic was removed from the post of director and Lila Radonjic from the post of editor-in-chief of Studio B, and this was opposed by a demonstration. In May 2000, Studio B was again taken over.
Telenovelas / Series
|Original name||Serbian translation||Origin|
|RIS Delitti Imperfetti||Nesavršeni zločin||Italy|
|Bitange i princeze||Bitange i princeze||Croatia|
- "Подаци о обвезнику". apr.rs. Agencija za privredne registre. Retrieved 8 July 2014.
- "RTV "Studio B", Public Broadcast Company". Other Companies and Organizations. City of Belgrade. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
- "UNESCO Protests Takeover of Belgrade's Independent NTV Studio B". UNESCO. 16 February. Retrieved 2010-02-01. Check date values in:
- "Duško Radović". Malo pozorište "Duško Radović". 2004. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
- "OdrazB, Feb. 15 1996". Ex-Yupress. 15 February 1996. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
- "Belgrade’s Studio-B editorial team resigns". Post-Soviet Media Law & Policy Newsletter Issue 39 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Virtual Institute for Information. 2 October 1997. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
- "General summary of the Full Report of the Helsinki Commission for Human Rights in Serbia 2000". Balkan Witness. 2000. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
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