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03. 06. 2011


Production and broadcasting of the A-media's TV series "Step by Step" has been completed. The series was done in cooperation with ANEM and with the support of the European Union.

The series of 73 stories in 24 TV magazines was produced with the aim to contribute to promotion of European values and standards. Once a week, audience of 25 regional and local ANEM TV stations was provided with an opportunity to see examples of positive changes in Serbia that directly made the citizens' lives better, with a clear liaison between these changes and the application of the European standards, while the topics dealt with in the series were selected from the areas recognized to be of the utmost interest to the citizens and in which they could easily recognize positive changes:

  • Employment and protection at work
  • Social protection and poverty reduction
  • Health care
  • Environmental protection
  • Consumer protection
  • Legal protection, protection of individuals and protection from discrimination
  • Reform and strengthening of local self-government and behavior of local officials
  • Regional development and cross-border cooperation

Each of 24 TV magazines contained 3 stories from three different places in the country, linked with one common topic. The magazines were premiered in the period from December 2010 until May 2011, on ANEM regional and local TV stations. Although the premier broadcasting on ANEM stations has ended, all 24 magazines could still be seen on YouTube, courtesy of A-media. Links to every magazine of the series could be found on ANEM website, under the Production/Step by Step, in the texts posted each month, announcing aired magazines in a given period.






This series is financially supported by the European Union through the European Integration Media fund, managed by the Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Serbia and implemented by the BBC World Service Trust. Program content is solely the responsibility of A-media and it does not represent the views and stands of the European Union.

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