|Born||July 27, 1968|
|Occupation||Večernje novosti reporter (1990–1991)
Arena correspondent from Novi Sad (1990–1991)
Index editor (1992)
Svet editor (1993–2005)
Color Press Group president (2005–present)
Čoban attended primary school at "Vuk Karadžić" in Bač, and attended the secondary school for economics "Dr. Radivoje Uvalić" in Bačka Palanka. He attended the Faculty of Law at Novi Sad Entered University in 1988. He became a senior undergraduate in 1993.
He is married to Sandra, born 1975. He has two daughters, Elena (born 2004) and India (born 2006).
Čoban worked as a correspondent from Novi Sad for the Belgrade newspaper Večernje novosti, the Zagreb newspaper Arena and the Sarajevo newspaper Naši dani (1990–1991). He was the editor-in-chief of the student magazine Index and of the independent magazine Nezavisni index (1992). He was the Editor-in-chief of the magazine Svet from 1993 to 2005.
Today, Čoban is the President of the company Color Press Group, which has over 300 employees.
- Official Site
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- Trenutno samo dva tabloida, Link June 17, 2009
- Ko ne pamti, iznova preživljava, Građanski list April 25, 2009
- Najuspešniji privrednici ne žele dase pojavljuju u medijima, Taboo October 3, 2008
- Robert Čoban, Playboy August, 2008
- Prepunjeni pasoš kao najveći statusni simbol, E-kapija June 17, 2008
- Od tabloida 20 miliona€, Info Biznis June 27, 2008
- Tabloidi se isplate više od politike, Biznis JUne, 18 2008
- Ženu sam zaprosio u bazenu, Glas Javnosti February 17, 2008
- Preko "Sveta" u svijet biznisa, BIZNIS MONTENEGRO January, 2008, PDF
- Не сум злопамтило!, VEČER April 25, 2007
- Na dvoru gospodara tračeva, GLORIJA January, 2006
- Balkanski kralj žute štampe, GLOBUS January 27, 2006
- Susret: Robert Čoban, Direktor i glavni urednik "Sveta", NIN, January 21, 1999
- Čoban za milione ovaca, BH Dani February 1, 2002
- Blic vodič kroz Novi Sad: Robert Čoban od Bača do Zmaj Jovine ulice Od jogurt revolucije pobegao - u bioskop, Blic, May 7, 2007
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