Additional Partners:
In cooperation with:
Journalism, New Media
and Social Networks
22-23 October 2012 - Budva / Becici, Montengro
Conference languages: English, German, Serbo-Croatian-Montenegrin-Bosnian
Conference venue: Hotel Splendid, Budva / Becici,
Conference room DINASTIJA (III floor)
Contacts: +382 67 611 311 (in Montenegro for hotel / shuttle service), +382 67 561 808 (in
Montenegro general), +43 1 512 90 11 11 (SEEMO office, Vienna)
Monday, 22 October 2012
16:00- 17:00
Registration - SEEMF registration desk
17:00 – 17:30
Welcome coffee *
17:30 – 20:00
Welcome and Opening Speeches *
17:30 – 18:00
Oliver Vujovic
Secretary General, South East
Europe Media Organisation
(SEEMO), Vienna
Christian Spahr
Director, Media Program South
East Europe, KonradAdenauer-Stiftung (KAS), Sofia
Alyn Roberts
Senior Political Advisor, OSCE
Mission to Montenegro,
Podgorica
Gerhard Pfanzelter
Secretary General, Central
European Initiative (CEI),
Trieste
18:00– 18:15
Welcome Speech by H.E. Filip Vujanović, President of
Montenegro, Podgorica
18:15 – 18:45
Public interview with H.E. Filip Vujanović, President of
Montenegro, Podgroica by Goran Mihajlovski, Editor-in-Chief,
Vest daily Skopje, Zoran Sekulić, Director, Fonet news agency,
Belgrade and Nedjeljko Rudović, Deputy Editor-in-Chief and
Editor for Politics, Vijesti daily, Podgorica. Chairperson: Oliver
Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General
18:45– 19:00
Presentation of the CEI-SEEMO 2012 Investigative
Journalism Award by Gerhard Pfanzelter, Secretary General,
Central European Initiative (CEI), Trieste and Oliver Vujovic,
Secretary General, SEEMO, Vienna.
Winners of the CEI-SEEMO Award 2012: Matej Šurc and Blaž
Zgaga. Special Investigative Diploma: Telnis Skuqi. Special
Mention: CIN Sarajevo
* For security reasons please be on time. Entrance will be possible only until
17.00
19:00–20:30
Discussionon on Media in Montenegro: The Role of the State,
Ownership Structure, Market Forces and Journalism
Chairperson
Radka Betcheva
Head of Media Programme,
OSCE Mission to Montenegro,
Podgorica
Milka Tadić Mijović
Editor-in-Chief, Monitor,
Podgorica
Nikola Marković
Editor-in-Chief, Dan, Podgorica
Darko Šuković
Director, Antena M, Podgorica
Lav Lajović
Executive Director, Pobjeda,
Podgorica
Mihailo Jovović
Editor-in-Chief, Vijesti, Podgorica
Rade Vojvodić
Director, RTV Montenegro,
Podgorica
Panellists
20:30 – 22:00
Welcome reception
Tuesday, 23 October 2012
09:00 – 09:30
09:30–11:00
Chairperson
Welcome Coffee
Panel I Social Media, Facebook Twitter, You tube, Apps Future of Media
Thomas Bauer
University of Vienna, Vienna
Zalán Zubor
HVG.hu, Budapest
Deniz Bayrakdar
Kadir Has University, Istanbul
Barbora Maronkova
Information Officer for Western
Balkans, NATO, Brussels
Panellists
Marko Milosavljevič
Vesna Opavsky
University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana
Director of Website, Media
Center, Belgrade
Discussion: Q & A
11:00–11:15
Coffee Break
Panel II Bloggers - Journalists or not?
11:15–12:45
Chairperson
Arne König
European Federation of
Journalists (EFJ), Brussels
Akos Balogh
Bloger, www.mandiner.hu,
Budapest
Mustafa Nano
ResPublica, Tirana
Ivan Bedrov
Journalist and Blogger, Sofia
Enrico Tibuzzi
Office Chief, ANSA news agency,
Brussels
Panellists
Internet Marketing Teacher,
University FMK Singidunum,
Belgrade and Blogger of the Year
2011 in Serbia
Istok Pavlović
Magdalina Guenova
Blogger, Sofia
Discussion: Q & A
Working lunch
12:45-13:30
13:30–15:00
Chairperson
Panel III New Media, Web Portals, Media Market
Iulian Comanescu
Managing Partner "Comanescu",
Bucharest
Matija Babić
Founder, Index.hr, Zagreb
Daniel Bukumirović
Mondo.rs, Belgrade
Maja Bogataj Jančič
Intellectual Property Institute,
Ljubljana
Branka Djukić
Director, Tanjug, Belgrade
Blendi Salaj
Peshku pa uje, Blogger, Tirana
Aleksandar Damovski
Co-Owner, Online Portal mkd.mk,
Skopje
Panellists
Discussion: Q & A
Coffee Break
15:00–15:15
15:15–15:45
Presentation: Digital Games / New Games and Influence on
Media
Emre Kizilkaya
15:45–16:45
Chairperson
Panellists
Editor, Hurriyet daily, Istanbul
Panel IV Journalists and Citizens: Online partnership against
Corruption
Dragana Solomon
OSCE Mission to Serbia,
Belgrade
Vladimir Radomirović
Pištaljka.rs, Belgrade
Aleksandar Trifunović
Buka, Banja Luka
Vanja Ćalović
Mans, Podgorica
Discussion: Q & A
16:45–17:15
Closing Part and Conclusions - by Dragana Solomon, OSCE
Mission to Serbia, Željko Ivanović, Vijesti and Boris Bergant,
SEEMO
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