Tanjug

Tanjug (/'tʌnjʊg/) (Serbian Cyrillic: Танјуг) is a Serbian state news agency based in Belgrade.[3]

Tanjug
Native name
Танјуг
State-owned enterprise
IndustryNews media
Founded31 October 1995 (Current form)
5 October 1943 (Founded)
Headquarters
Obilićev Venac 2, Belgrade
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Key people
Branka Đukić (Director)
RevenueIncrease 1.13 million (2017)[1]
Negative increase (€0.087 million) (2017)[1]
Total assetsDecrease €1.19 million (2017)[2]
Total equityDecrease €0.82 million (2017)[2]
OwnerGovernment of Serbia
Number of employees
1 (2017)
Websitewww.tanjug.rs

History

Tanjug Belgrade
Tanjug Headquarters in Belgrade

Founded in November 1943 as Yugoslavia's official news agency, its name is an acronym of its full original native name Telegrafska agencija nove Jugoslavije ("Telegraphic Agency of the New Yugoslavia").

From 1975 to mid-1980s, Tanjug had a leading role in the Non-Aligned News Agencies Pool (NANAP), a collaborating group of news agencies of the Non-Aligned Movement.[3][4] The Yugoslav professionals helped equipping and training journalists and technicians in other NAM countries, mainly in Africa and South Asia.

On 31 October 2015, according to media rumors, Tanjug ceased its operations due to financial problems.[5] Soon after, state secretary in the Ministry of Culture and Information eventually dispelled these rumors, but acknowledged the difficulties and said a public–private partnership could be the solution to the problem.[6] However, since then most of its former employees are working on part-time contracts and have not guaranteed working rights.[7]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Bilans uspeha (2017) - Tanjug" (PDF). apr.gov.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Bilans stanja (2017) - Tanjug" (PDF). apr.gov.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  3. ^ a b http://www.tanjug.rs/otanjugu.aspx
  4. ^ Garson, G. David (2000). Social Dimensions of Information Technology: Issues for the New Millennium. Idea Group Inc (IGI). ISBN 9781878289865.page 308
  5. ^ "Tanjug se gasi, zaposlenima samo otpremnine". b92.net (in Serbian). Beta. 3 November 2015. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Brajović: Tanjug nije ugašen". N1 Srbija. Retrieved 2017-01-12.
  7. ^ Miljković, M. D. (5 November 2016). "Tanjug radi i bez zaposlenih". danas.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 11 October 2018.

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It was also known by many different translations, such as the News Agencies Pool of Non-Aligned Countries, the Consorce of Non-Aligned News Agencies, and the Common Agency of Non-Aligned Countries.

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