Asim Beslija

Asim Beslija

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


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Asim Beslija

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)

SKILLS

 

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.


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Investigative story on migrations from Europe to United States I was preparing together with colleagues from France. I features story of one woman from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina that decided to move to the US in search for better life opportunities.


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Investigative story I was working on for Euronews magazine 'Insiders'. The story deals with pollution caused by coal production and combustion and national authority plans to build even more facilities that are not in line with current EU policies.


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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.


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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.


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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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Stories

  • Medugorje - Catholic pilgrimage tourism loss due to Pope

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    Medjugorje is wel known catholic pilgrimage site in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina that attracts roughly million tourists per year. But Vatican never recognized it as a religious site and place of worship. Due to comments made by current Pope, number of tourists, especially Italians, has... Read more

  • There might be some pyramids in Bosnia

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Science & Environment March 31 @ 12:00am

    Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Bosnian-American scientist and adventurer, for a years now claims that near the city of Visoko, some 30 minutes from capital Sarajevo, there are Bosnian Pyramids, probably oldest in the world. Many deny it, many confirm it, but there is something at Visocica hill just above this... Read more

  • Arabs and Arab investments in Bosnia

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Business March 31 @ 12:00am

    In last two years there is sudden rise in number of visits of tourists from Gulf countries to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Not only that. They are buying more and more land, build luxurious hotels, gated communities, tourist centers, houses and villas. Despite the fact that Bosnian law does not allow... Read more

  • United college in divided city

    Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    In city of Mostar, known for its Old Bridge, there are still a lot of divisions made by local politicians. Croats and Bosniaks even if not physically divided, feel separated due to ethnic tensions and political interests. Best exampla are schools who teach different curriculum - one for Bosniak... Read more

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