Matic and B92

Friday, October 04, 2002

In the decade of Slobadon Milosevic’s bloody reign over Yugoslavia, the most penetrating voice of democracy in Serbia was a youth radio station. Bob went to Belgrade and spoke with Veran Matic, B92’s founder and chief executive, about how B92 stands apart once again—this time, in its coverage of Serbian elections.
    Music Playlist
  • Balkan rhumba
    Artist: Ognjen I. Prijatelji

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