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?eljko Mitrovi?
Born (1967-05-31) 31 May 1967 (age 53)
NationalitySerbian
Occupation
  • businessman
  • musician
Sonja Mitrovi?
(m. 1990; div. 1994)

Milica Mitrovi?
(m. 1995)
Children4

?eljko Mitrovi? (born on May 31, 1967) is a Serbian media magnate, entrepreneur, investor, CEO and founder of the Pink Media Group (PMG).

Career

In 1988, Mitrovi? had founded one of the first music recording studios in Serbia. He opened a radio station in 1993, followed by a TV Pink station in 1994.[] Later on, Mitrovi? founded the music publishing house CITY Records, which has more than 500 performers under its label.[] After launching satellite program, Mitrovi? launched TV Pink Montenegro in 2002 and Pink BiH, in Bosnia and Herzegovina a year later.

Mitrovi? included a subsidiary in the Pink International Company: the PFI - Pink Films International - a film production complex catering producers of blockbusters and TV shows. In May 2008, Los Angeles Times conducted an interview with Mitrovi? and wrote about his new project, a 452,000-square-foot film studio complex.[]

In 2004, Mitrovi? founded a business jet airline Air Pink, one of seven companies under Pink Media Group. They extended its eleven airplane fleet with three new Cessna XLS+ aircraft. It specializes in VIP and corporate aviation services.[]

Mitrovi? created a new, digital company of the Pink Media Group. The Pink Digital Company is a regional provider of digital communications that bridges the difference and gap between cutting - edge digital creative ideas, products and technologies. Pink Digital Media System has created applications, such as Pink.rs, KlikTV.[]

Honors and awards

In 2015, Mitrovi? received the "Golden Chain" award from the Cultural and Educational Community of Belgrade for lasting contribution to culture. In 2014, the Kari? foundation awarded Mitrovi? for outstanding achievements in the sphere of the media, television and film production. In 2012, Mitrovi? was awarded by The Man magazine, in the category "Self-made man." In 2006, Mitrovi? received the "Manager of the Year" award from the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce (BCC) for the achievement in the growth and development of the Pink Media Group, as one of the strongest and most influential media/entertainment businesses in Southeast Europe.[1][2][3][4]

He is also a member of the Serbian Group of the Trilateral Commission, a non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group founded by David Rockefeller, with the mission to foster substantive political and economic dialogue across the world.

References

  1. ^ "Serbian media tycoon is chasing big-screen dreams, Los Angeles Times, May 2008". Articles.latimes.com. 2008-05-10. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "?eljko Mitrovi?: Srecan sam zbog nagrade, Hello, March 2012". Dev.hellomagazin.rs. 2012-03-13. Retrieved .
  3. ^ Milan Ad?i?. "Sledi nam sezona decenije, Ve?ernjenovosti, August 2015". Novosti.rs. Retrieved .
  4. ^ A. ?. "Jo?jedan show ?eljka Mitrovi?a na Pinku, Blic, September 2015". Blic.rs. Retrieved .

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