Nenad Pejic

Lecturer, School of Journalism, Media and Visual Arts

Nenad Pejic is a broadcaster, manager, author of a few books, many screenplays, and articles printed in media. In his career, he has been the Acting President of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and for a long time its Editor-in-chief. He established the Balkan service at RFE/RL and moved the company towards video production and digital strategy.

He was also the Programme director of Sarajevo TV before the Balkan wars and even a little bit during the war. He is very experienced in restructuring media outlets, and an expert in reporting in the time of crises and conflict, as well as the international media. He has worked extensively in journalism, from news, reporting, moderator, editor, and finally, a manager.

Nenad holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the Faculty of Political Science in the University of Belgrade, Serbia and has lectured on journalism, ethics, media in Kiev, Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan, Prague, Munich, Ohio (US), Sarajevo, Podgorica, Fazana (Croatia), etc.

His books include: “Switch off TV and open your eyes” and “We cannot plead innocence – journalists in the time of conflicts and crises.” At the moment he is writing a book about journalism in the time of elections.

His TV dramas/movies include: “Injustice” (internationally and domestically awarded) and “Masters of darkness.”