South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO)
Phone: +43 1 513 39 40
Fax: +43 1 512 90 15
Address: Spiegelgasse 2/29 (SEEMO IPI office), 1010 Vienna, Austria
SECRETARY GENERAL: Oliver Vujović
SEEMO BOARD / COORDINATORS / ADVISORS:
Boris Bergant, EBU advisor, former EBU deputy president and former RTV Slovenia deputy director, Ljubljana
Alexenia Dimitrova, editor, 24 Chasa daily, Sofia
Radomir Licina, founder and senior editor daily Danas, Belgrade
Zrinka Vrabec Mojzes, former editor in chief Radio 101 Zagreb and 2010-2015 advisor of the president of Croatia, Zagreb
Goran Mihajlovski, Editor in Chief, VEST daily, Skopje
Agron Bajrami, editor-in-chief Koha Ditore daily, Pristina
Marta Palics, editor, Radio Novi Sad, Novi Sad
Milena Dimitrova, journalist, Sofia
Tatjana Cvetkov, marketing-advisor, Serbia
Haqif Mulliqi, journalist, Pristina
Remzi Lani, director, Albanian Media Institute, Tirana
Boro Kontic, director, Media Center, Sarajevo
Sasa Lekovic, director, Investigative Journalism Center, Zagreb
Thomas Bauer, professor, University of Vienna, Vienna
Mitja Meršol, journalist, former editor-in-chief Delo, Ljubljana and former member of the Parliament of Slovenia, Ljubljana
Skënder Krasniqi, owner of News Agency, KosovaPress, Pristina
Saso Ordanoski, journalist, former Managing Director and Editor-in-Chief MRTV; former Managing Director Alsat-M; founder and owner of the weekly newsmagazine Forum; Skopje
Nuri Colakoglu, Chairman Dogan Media International, Chairman&CEO Intermedia International Communications Inc and NMC New Media, former Chairman of TV Broadcasters Association of Turkey, former news editor of Milliyet, former Deputy General Manager TRT, Istanbul
Shpresë Mulliqi, lecturer at the University “Hasan Prishtina”, Prishtinë
Marina Constantinoiu, editor-in-chief, Jurnalul National, Bucharest
Milorad Ivanovic, editor-in-chief, Newsweek Serbia, Belgrade
Jorgos Papadakis, media expert, Athens
Alina Radu, director, Reporter de Garda - Ziarul de Garda, Chisinau
SEEMO Secretary General
2000 - present: Secretary General of the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO)
Assistant to SEEMO Secretary General
Kristina Stevancevic is the assistant to the SEEMO Secretary General. She holds a BA in journalism from the University of Singidunum in Belgrade, and is currently completing an MA in South East European studies at the University of Graz. Before joining SEEMO in 2011, Kristina worked at several departments of the Serbian Public Broadcaster (RTS), student radio stations, and web portals.
Dr Maren Köster-Hetzendorf
SEEMO Public Relations and Public Communications Coordinator
Dr Maren Köster-Hetzendorf has been Public Relations and Public Communications Coordinator at SEEMO since 2000 and Public Communications Coordinator in SECEPRO since 2010. She is the founder and owner of FLT medienwerkstatt, a PR agency founded in 2004 that focuses on consulting for municipalities, NGOs and associations in Europe. Her clients include the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Deutsche Investitions- and Entwicklungsgesellschaft (DEG) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). Köster-Hetzendorf has a Ph.D. in Eastern European history and Slavic studies from the university of Vienna. She was chief correspondent for Eastern and South Eastern Europe forth daily newspaper DIE PRESSE in Vienna for eight years, and head of the press department for three years and spokeswomen of the German Red Cross. Dr Köster- Hetzendorf worked at leading positions at business magazines for many years.
SEEMO Public Relations and Sponsorship Manager
Jasmina Ratkovic graduated German language and literature in Belgrade after a diplomatic stay in Germany in her childhood. She has been working for the Liaison office of the city of Vienna in Belgrade for more than 11 years as a translator, PR manager and media relations manager. A native Serbian, Ms, Ratkovic speaks fluent German, English, Italian and French. She holds a diploma from the London School of Public Relations.
Eva Maria Grabmair
Eva Maria Grabmair has an in-depth experience of press freedom developments. She previously worked for fifteen years as team Secretary and Assistant to the Director(s) of the International Press Institute in Vienna. A native of Linz, Austria, Ms. Grabmair is a native German speaker and is fluent in English. She holds a Diploma in Translation from the Institute of Linguists in London, UK.
Born in Vienna Austria, Bruno has a wide field of expertise ranging from language skills to creative productions. He is currently finishing Faculty of Law at Vienna University.
SEEMO Financial Manager
Megan Burrow graduated with a BA in Political Science from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. She is working as an editor and proof reader for SEEMO and serving as an English education volunteer in the Republic of Georgia and preparing to pursue an MA in Public Service.
Born in Vienna 1964 and part of the SEEMO Team since 2012
SEEMO Publications and Press Freedom Coordinator
Donjeta Mulliqi was born in Kosovo and has an MA in political science. She has been part of the SEEMO Team since 2013
SEEMO Project Assistant
SEEMO Conferences and Projects Manager
SEEMO Press Freedom Assistant