Srbijadanas.com

Srbijadanas.com is a pro-government portal founded in 2014. by Aleksandra Martinović. It signed a contract with the City of Belgrade a few months after it was founded. In 2015, during the media privatization process, the portal bought Television Apolo from Novi Sad. It is unclear how the purchase was financed, because the profit of Srbija Danas Ltd in 2014 was less than 3 000 euros, while the price of Television Apolo was 174.950 euros. Today, it is one of the most visited portals in Serbia. According to Gemius data, from March 2016 to March 2017, Srbijadanas was 6th most visited website in Serbia. Their content is based on entertainment and clickbait headlines but they are also promoting government and attack critics. 

Key facts

Audience Share

2257574 visits

Ownership Type

private

Geographic Coverage

International

Content Type

free content

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Media Companies / Groups

Srbija Danas

Ownership

Ownership Structure

Srbijadanas.com is owned by Srbija Danas Ltd, which is owned by Aleksandra Martinovic.

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General Information

Founding Year

2014

Founder

Aleksandra Martinovic

Affiliated Interests Founder

Aleksandra Martinovic was not known in media circles until she founded srbijadanas.com. Aside from this portal, Martinovic was one of the owners of Prointer IT Solutions and Services, a company which was connected to the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). She is also a representative of the association Drug nije meta which promotes child safety and fights against bullying.

Ceo

Aeksandra Martinovic

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Aleksandra Martinovic was not known in media circles until she founded srbijadanas.com. Aside from this portal, Martinovic was one of the owners of Prointer IT Solutions and Services, a company which was connected to the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). She is also a representative of the association Drug nije meta which promotes child safety and fights against bullying.

Editor-In-Chief

Goran Lalic

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Lalic, 29 years old, is an assistant professor and Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Geoeconomics, John Naisbitt (Megatrend) University.

Contact

Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 165e, 11070 Novi Beograd, Serbia

Tel: +381 11 222-48-50

Website: www.srbijadanas.com

E-mail: redakcija@srbijadanas.com

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