South East Europe Media Organisation
(SEEMO) is a Vienna based regional non-governmental, non-profit network of editors, media executives and leading journalists from newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations, news agencies and new media in South East Europe. With its committees, SEEMO aims to create a bridge between international media activities and the media developments in the region.
SEEMO was founded in October 2000 in Zagreb, Croatia, by a group of leading editors-in-chief, media executives and professors of journalism and communications from South East Europe, in the presence of representatives of international institutions and with financial support from the International Press Institute
The Secretary General of SEEMO is since 2000 Oliver Vujovic
, a former journalist and expert in public relations, political relations and business in South, East and Central Europe.
One of SEEMO’s main activities is protecting press freedom
by helping journalists and media outlets in South East Europe. Over 60 per cent of SEEMO’s press releases and letters of protest to governmental and other officials have had positive results in the past. Every SEEMO protest is distributed to leading regional and international media, national and international governmental and non-governmental organisations, politicians, and also public persons and institutions.
In the past, SEEMO has provided direct help to journalists in the region by giving them technical equipment and... Read More