The second channel of the public broadcaster, RTS 2, is the sixth most watched program with a national frequency. The average viewer spends eight minutes a day following this channel. Unlike RTS 1, which has news, cultural and entertainment programs, RTS broadcasts educational programs, documentaries, cultural and children’s programs. RTS 2 is known for the Trezor series, which shows programs from the rich archive of this television station.

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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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Republic of Serbia

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Dragan Bujosevic

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Although he reached the age of retirement (65 years) in January 2019, Bujosevic will nevertheless remain in the job of General Director of RTS, thanks to a decision of the Managing Committee, which extended his term for six months.
Bujosevic has been the General Director of RTS since 2015. Over the last few months, he has been a target of criticism by the opposition and protesting citizens, who have been demonstrating every Saturday since December in Belgrade under the slogan ‘1 of 5 million’. The protesting citizens and opposition see Bujosevic as one of those responsible for the fact that the RTS is not reporting on the protests, the protesters’ demands for the government to be removed, as well as for the fact that opposition leaders rarely appear in political debates on the public broadcaster.
Paradoxically, the current Director is author of the book ‘5th October – 24 Hour Coup’, which describes the last day of the demonstrations on the streets of Belgrade leading to the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic’s regime, and has a renowned career as a journalist behind him.


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Takovska 10,

11 000 Beograd,

Telephone: 321 22 00;

E-mail: office@rts.rs,

Website: www.rts.rs

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