Genre Investigative journalism
Current affairs
Presented by Marija Miholjek (2007–2009)
Ivana Paradžiković (2009–present)
Country of origin Croatia
Original language(s) Croatian
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 300 (as of June 26, 2014)
Executive producer(s) Antonio Blašković
Producer(s) Lovro Lajoš
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 48 minutes
Original network Nova TV
Picture format 576i (4:3 SDTV) (2007–2013)
1080i (16:9 HDTV) (2013–present)
Original release September 5, 2007 (2007-09-05) – present
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Provjereno is a Croatian investigative journalism television news magazine that is broadcast on Nova TV. The show was launched in 2007, and airs on Thursdays at 10 pm. It is hosted by Ivana Paradžiković.

Provjereno showcases investigative journalism reports which focus on social and political problems in Croatia, but is also well known for its experimental reports and occasionally more light-hearted segments.

Because the show often deals with corruption and crime, over the years many of the journalists have received threats. Despite of this Provjereno is credited with exposing many cases crime, corruption and government negligence in Croatia.


Provjereno follows the typical television news magazine format and features four stories every episode. Each story is introduced by the presenter after which the story segment itself is shown.


Provjereno began airing in September 2007 and was, for its first two seasons, hosted by Marija Miholjek. In 2009 Ivana Paradžiković took over as host and managing editor of the show.

Journalists and staff


Awards and nominations

Provjereno has repeatedly been recognized by the public and media as one of the few examples of investigative journalism in Croatia. Ivana Pradžiković received the “Joško Kulušić” award of the Croatian Helsinki Committee for promoting human rights, as well as the “Večernjakova ruža” person of the year award. Danka Derifaj received the “Velebitska degenija” award two years in a row for her contribution to environmental protection, as well as the "Marija Jurić-Zagorka" award of the Croatian Journalists' Association.

See also

Nova TV

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