Milan Nedeljković (1956) is the director of the Novi Sad School of Journalism. He is a graduate electronics engineer. After graduation, he worked at the largest Yugoslavia computer company Iskra Delta as head of technical support for Eastern countries. He was engaged in the implementation of new technologies in visual communications, production of audio and video materials for radio and TV, and organization of transfers of new technologies to foreign markets. He has worked as a photojournalist in Dnevnik and has exhibited at over 200 photo exhibitions in Yugoslavia and abroad, for which he received 120 awards and commendations. He was also president of the Photo-Cinema and Video Association of Vojvodina (1982-1983) Areas of Interest: Media Phenomena, New Technologies, Rule of Law, Human and Minority Rights. In his youth, he was an active athlete, multiple champion of Yugoslavia in skydiving. Hobbies: wood and metal and stone artwork.