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Asim Beslija

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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About Asim
I work in journalism for 18 years and had professional experience with radio, online, print and most of the time with television media. Lately I do public relations for NGO sector but also actively produce content for television programs. So, I combine all my knowledge for highest possible quality product. Ready to have long-term cooperation with international media, open to travel world-wide. Please find my biography below. Full version available at your request. 

- Freelance media producer (television, radio, print, online (present)
- Part-time editor and contributor at interview.ba (present)
- Public relations manager, Association INFOHOUSE, Sarajevo, BiH (3/2015 - 3/2016)
- Public relations representative, Coalition 'Pod lupom' – election monitoring, Sarajevo, BiH (5/2014 – 2/2015)
- Chief  producer, FACE TV, Sarajevo, BiH (7/2010 – 5/2014)
- Editor-in-Chief, Sarajevo-x.com, Sarajevo, BiH, (10/2009 – 4/2010)
- Journalist and Co-Editor, Foto Art Independent TV Production, Sarajevo, BiH (3/2008 – 10/2009)
- Columnist and General Contributor, Sarajevo-x.com, Sarajevo, BiH, (2/2008 – 10/2009)
- Special Reporter, Mreza Plus TV Network/TV Hayat, The Hague, Netherlands, (3/2003 – 6/2006)
- Contributor, CNN International, Sarajevo, BiH, (3//2002 – 1/2003)
- Journalist/Reporter, TV Hayat, Sarajevo, BiH, (9/1999 – 3/2008)
- Radio Presenter/Journalist, Center for Culture, Radio Gorazde, Gorazde, BiH, (2/1994 – 12/1995)
Bosnian English Croatian
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Feature Stories Content Writing
Fact Checking

Alma Telibecirevic: A Bosnian Woman's Pursuit of the American Dream

05 Apr 2023  |  euronews
Alma Telibecirevic, originally from Sarajevo, has recently received her immigration visa for the United States after marrying an American man she met while studying in Arizona on a Fullbright scholarship. The article follows her journey and the bureaucratic process she endured, including background checks and interviews. It also touches on the broader context of Bosnian emigration, highlighting the high unemployment rate in Bosnia and the desire of many to leave for better opportunities. Alma's personal story is set against the backdrop of the Bosnian war and the current economic situation in her home country. The article also mentions the Bosnian community in Phoenix, Arizona, and includes insights from other Bosnians who have settled in the US, discussing the challenges and opportunities of the American dream. Alma is now focused on settling into her new life, obtaining necessary documents, and eventually aiming for a green card and US citizenship.

Short story on cooperative of women from Eastern Bosnia who managed to build berry production and open a company to support and strenghten unemployed women in rural areas. This story was prepared for organization CARE International.

Bosnia faces legal action over Chinese-backed coal dash

31 Oct 2016  |  euronews
On All Saints day, the community of Divkovici in Bosnia and Herzegovina mourned those lost to lung cancer, with suspicion falling on the Tuzla power plant for pollution. Goran Stojak, a local, has been fighting against the plant's pollution, which is believed to have contaminated the land and water with heavy metals. Despite health risks, the coal plant is a vital source of employment. The Centre for Ecology and Energy advocates for energy efficiency over expansion. Bosnia and Herzegovina plans to build more coal sites, which could increase greenhouse gas emissions. The country aims to meet EU energy commitments, while the Ugljevik coal power plant is planning to modernize to reduce emissions. However, locals depend on the coal industry for jobs, despite the health implications.

My report about young Bosnian football talents in local school in St.Louis, Missouri. This is a place where many Bosnian internationals like Vedad Ibisevic have started their careers. St.Louis is home for more than 70.000 Bosnians who fled the country during and after the war.

This is short film that I've prepared for organization CARE International dealing with post-flood interventions in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the country was struck with disastrous flooding in May, 2014. Film is in Bosnian language only.

This is a short movie I made last year about non-partisan election observation in Bosnia-Herzegovina where I led public information campaign as public relations representative of coalition of seven non-government organizations at national level.


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