Ivan Buča
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Region
Europe
Job Title
Editor
Media Category
Newspaper, Online
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
24sata
What do you hope to gain from this community?
I hope to contact with journalists across Europe and exchange ideas, views and experiences in the job.
Tell us a little bit about yourself
Started working as a sports journalist in a local newspaper when i was 18. Since then, I worked in almost every field of print journalism, spent two years (2005. - 2007.) as a reporter from Croatian parliament and goverment and for the last five years I'm an editor of the news section in Croatian's leading newspaper 24sata. I was involved in creating a first fully integrated newsroom (print, online, TV) in Croatia.

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