Yugoslav Radio -Television, ended in 1993, makes its return

 

Yugoslav Radio Television 300x165 Yugoslav Radio  Television, ended in 1993, makes its return

Media in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro relay the information back on the air of the former Yugoslav Radio and Television (JRT).
New JRT will soon begin broadcasting news and information online, and then will begin to function also as radio. The ultimate goal, according to the group led by famous names from journalism of Ex-Yu space, the project should grow into what was once JRTV.

Editorial team of JRTV on their facebook profile said competition for anyone wanting to join the new and as they say the most powerful Balkan media is open.

Last JRTV program aired in March 1991 and had its center in Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Titograd (Podgorica), Priština, Novi Sad and Skopje.

Infos about JRTV can be found on the link:

https://www.facebook.com/rtvjugoslavije

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