O nedavnih strelskih zločinih v Srbiji, zdravstvenem stanju srbskega žurnalizma in medijskem ekosistemu v Srbiji. Pogovarjamo se s Stefanom Janjićem, odg. urednikom spletne strani za preiskovalno novinarstvo Fake news tragač in profesorjem na Univerzi v Novem Sadu, oddelku za medijske študije na Filozofski fakulteti.
Metin čaj je podkast o medijih, dobrih in slabih praksah, novih tehnologijah in trendih prihodnosti. Gostje v medijih delajo, z njimi živijo in o njih razmišljajo. Gostitelja sta Nataša Briški (Metina lista) in Aljaž Pengov Bitenc (Radio KAOS).
STEFAN JANJIĆ – An assistant professor at the Department of Media Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad. He graduated in Journalism as a valedictorian, after which he completed master degree in Communication Studies at the same Department. In 2021, He received his Ph.D. in Social Sciences and Humanities (Communication and Philological Studies) from the Faculty of Philosophy. His professional and research interests include discourse analysis, storytelling and fact-checking. He has been working with the Novi Sad School of Journalism since 2014 as a media literacy trainer and media analyst. Since 2018, he has been working as an editor-in-chief at FakeNews Tragač, a fact-checking website.
Stefan was the winner of the Extraordinary Award of the Senate of the University of Novi Sad for scientific work, on two occasions, and the Award for the best young researcher (social sciences) of the Faculty of Philosophy. The winner of the award “Being and Language” of Radomir Konstantinovic Foundation and the Annual Award of Excellence in Journalism, issued by Independent Journalists’ Association of Vojvodina. The winner of Sakura, Konrad Adenauer and Distinguished Humphrey scholarships, as well as NIN’s literary scholarship. He published his first novel Ništa se nije desilo (“Nothing Happened”) in 2017.
Metin čaj je podkast o medijih, dobrih in slabih praksah, novih tehnologijah in trendih prihodnosti. Gostje v medijih delajo, z njimi živijo in o njih razmišljajo.