Belgrade 202

Radio Beograd 202 was founded in 1966 as a radio station of the urban format, dedicated to the young and popular music. Its best known program is Hit 202, in which station staff propose and viewers choose the best songs of the day, month and year. This program was very popular among punk-rock musicians in the 1980s and has survived to this day. Radio 202 is the seventh most listened to radio station in Serbia. Although the program is dominated by music, informational, cultural and sports programs are also broadcast.

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Free (subscription fee 220 RSD)

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The leading bodies of RTS include nine members of the Managing Council and General Director, while the fifteen members of the Program Council shape the program content. The Council of the Regulatory Body for Electronic Media (REM) selects nine members of the Managing Council for a period of five years following a public selection process. The Managing Council appoints the General Director and members of the Program Council on the recommendation of the Parliamentary Committee for Culture and Information.

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Milan Nedic

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The official RTS press release following the appointment of Nedic to the position of Director of this radio station stated that he was a long-serving editor and journalist of Radio Beograd and RTS with rich managerial experience at different desks and media houses. The daily newspaper Danas reports that, until a few years ago, Nedic worked in the press service of the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce. Nedic also worked on former BK Television, as the managing editor and deputy managing editor. Nedic was chosen to become the Director of the radio station by the Managing Council of RTS during October 2017, following the removal of Milivoj Mihajlovic.


Milica Kuburovic

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

She began her career on Radio 202, but is best known for her work on Radio B92, having been one of its founders. Worked on B92 television as a journalist and editor of the news program. She continued her career in advisory roles: as special advisor to former minister Mladjan Dinkic in the Serbian government, in the Ministry of Work and Employment during Slobodan Lalovic’s tenure, and as advisor to Ministers of Economy Sasa Radulovic. The current editor of Radio 202 was a member of the RTS Managing Council from 2006 to 2016. The daily newspaper Danas reports that, as a member of the Managing Council, she played a role in the selection of Dragan Bujosevic as RTS Director in 2015.


Hilandarska 2,

11 000 Beograd

Tel: 011 655 3170


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RTS does not have separate financial data for each channel of the public broadcaster. Financial reports are produced collectively for the entire company. In this sense, the MOM team was not able to publish financial data pertaining to this channel.

Milivoje Mihajlovic, the former director of Radio Beograd, was relieved from his job on the recommendation of the Managing Council of RTS but then appointed assistant to the RTS Director in October 2017. He was replaced in his original job by Milan Nedic during December 2017. On the recommendation of RTS Director Dragan Bujosevic and Radio Director Milan Nedic, Milica Kuburovic was made the acting managing editor of the Radio 202 program in May 2018. She was preceded in this position by Snezana Grujic.

The announcement by Radio Director Milan Nedic that Radio 202 would be transformed into a music radio station, which implies the abolition of news, cultural and sport content, was received with indignation among the radio station’s employees. The announcement also led to the brief creation, and rapid disappearance, of a Facebook group under the name “Sacuvajmo Dvestadvojku” [Save 202]. In one statement published in this group, it was claimed that the radio station had seen an increase in the number of listeners, hence the decision of the management to change its format made little sense.

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