Radio Antena M

Antena M
City Podgorica
Broadcast area Montenegro
First air date 1990s
Owner Darko Šuković

Antena M is a radio station in Montenegro. The president and owner of the station is Darko Šuković, a prominent Montenegrin journalist. It does not cover the whole territory of Montenegro, as it has no coverage for the north part of country.

Founded in the early 1990s by university professor and businessman Miodrag Perović, the station was organizationally under the umbrella of his Montenegropublic company. In September 1995, the station's place in the Montenegropublic's organizational structure got changed when it was registered within the company as a distinct entity whose managing director became Darko Šuković.[1] On the same occasion, the same was done with Montenegropublic's other assets at the time: weekly newsmagazine Monitor and radio production studio Mouse.

There is a growing controversy in Montenegro over the influence of the government on the radio's programme and its editor, who is supposedly being closely tied to the former prime minister Milo Đukanović.


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