CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER ATTENDS 38TH ANNIVERSARY OF
Belgrade, 1 April 2008 – His Royal Highness Crown Prince
Alexander II attended this evening at the Continental Hotel the 38th
anniversary of Radio-Television Studio B.
The Crown Prince was greeted by Mr. Aleksandar Timofejev,
Director of Studio B. Apart from a radio recording about the beginning and
development of Studio B, the prestigious award Belgrader of the Year was
given to Dr. Nada Macura, from The City of Belgrade Emergency Service.
The event was attended by many public figures from the
world of politics, media, and culture, among whom were: Mr. Dragan Djilas,
Minister in charge of the National Investment Plan, Mr. Zoran Alimpic,
Acting Mayor of Belgrade, Mrs. Radmila Hrustanovic, Assistant to the Acting
Mayor of Belgrade, Mrs. Olivera Lazovic, Director of the Tourist
Organisation of Belgrade, His Grace Bishop of Hvostno Atanasije Rakita...
In 1970, Studio B was the first radio station in the
former Yugoslavia outside the state controlled media system.
Television Studio B was founded in 1990 in opposition to
the regime of Slobodan Milosevic and that is why it was harassed and
interfered on by the regime.
Today, Studio B has come a long way. Its employees work
freely and Studio B has grown from a local Belgrade Radio and TV station to
a regional one.