Milivoje Pavlovic


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Professor Milivoje Pavlovic holds following academic and corporate media and journalism positions: the dean of the Faculty of Media and Culture at John Naisbitt University in Belgrade (2005-present), Serbia; a Vice-Rector of John Naisbitt University (September 2014 – present) – one of the largest private universities in South-East Europe and the chairman of the Board of directors of Belgrade Studio B Television (June 2013 – present). He has been professionally engaged in journalism and media industry and academe since 1969. From 1987 to 1991 he was the chief administrator of Cultural and Educational Community of Serbia. Additionally, he was twice elected as the Serbian minister of information from 1991 to 1994. Between the end of 1994 and February 2001, professor Pavlovic was a director of Radio Belgrade.

He is a member of the Association of Writers of Serbia and the Association of Journalists of Serbia. Professor Pavlovic is the author of 15 books and textbooks. For his academic and corporate contribution to the field of media, PR and journalism he has been awarded numerous national, regional and international awards including: the Association of Journalists of Serbia Awards in 1980 and 2003, the International Book Fair in Belgrade Award (1986) for the recognition of the publishing project of the ‘Book of hymns’, The Golden Chain of Belgrade Award (1989), Vuk’s award (1999), St. Sava Charter Award (2000) and Academy Award Ivo Andric (named after the former Yugoslav Nobel prize winner in literature) (2015). Importantly, in December 2011, professor Pavlovic was a winner of the IPRA endorsed special award ‘PRO.PR’ awarded by the Association of PR managers of the Alpe-Adria (Central and South-East-European) region for contribution to promoting the culture of communication.