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Biljana Zherevska

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Biljana Zherevska (Skopje, August 20, 1972) graduated Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Philology "Blaze Koneski" at the University "St. Cyril and Methodius" (1996) in Skopje. MA -Policy Studies at the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje (2019), where she prepares her master's thesis "Challenges for education in RSM during the KOVID-19 pandemic: bridging the digital divide and the need for information and digital priorities of the education system ", under the mentorship of prof. Dr. Dona Kolar-Panov. She was the editor-in-chief of the Satellite Program of Macedonian Radio and Televison, editor-in-chief of the First Program Channel, chief of staff of the General Director of MRT. She was a member of the juries of the ECO Festival in Ohrid; collaborator of the cultural television magazine "Alisa", co-production of public services in Europe; on several occasions she has been trained and gained practical experience with the world's largest program broadcasters (EBU, TARBS, TRT); and participated as a representative of MRT at the EBU General Assembly in Geneva. During her career at the Macedonian Radio and Television, where she has been since 1996, she worked as a journalist at the Culture and Arts Departament, where she now works as a programme editor, also she was an editor at the MRT Documentary Program, and performed live broadcasts of important state, cultural and religious events in our country and in the world, among which stand out: the broadcast from the Macedonian day in the Millennium Dome in London on the occasion of the millennium 2000: the report from the World Conference on Interreligious and Intercivilizational Dialogue in Ohrid (2007 ); and covering the Apostolic journey of Pope Francis during his visits to Bulgaria and Macedonia as part of the international press delegation (2019). She is the author of numerous thematic programms, interviews and travel reports from the country and abroad. The following interviews stand out: the first interview of former President Boris Trajkovski given for MRT for the Satellite Channel; an interview with world-renowned writer Ronald Harvard, former president of the International PEN Center; with world-renowned director and playwright Robert Wilson; with rock singer Morten Harkett from the A-ha group.

She is also the author of forty portraits of prominent people who have realized their professional, creative and sports dreams, our academics, successful doctors, archaeologists, writers, musicians, painters, directors and athletes. A special challenge in her work is the reporting on new technologies in education from the fairs in London, BETT 2017 and 2018, as well as the British examples of the use of new ICT in primary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom, realized in cooperation with the British Council in Macedonia . The visit of numerous colleges throughout the United Kingdom, competent institutions as well as the largest fair manifestation for new technologies in education BETT, enabled Zherevska contact and TV cooperation with some of the world's biggest names who are revolutionaries and pioneers in the development of digital pedagogy. From that professional cooperation arose Zherevska's interest in the policies that shape education in society, and her master's thesis is a contribution to the development of this area in our country. She is the author of the books "Handwrittinh of the Light" (2016) and "Bridge ovet the Time" (2019) in which fifty scripts of TV shows have been published, repeatedly broadcast on MRT programs. She translated the books "Vita brevis" by Justen Gorder and "Sarajevo Marlboro" by Milenko Jergovic. In 2019 he became a certified trainer of the European Broadcasting Union for the production of TV content. She is a guest professor of Communication, New Media and Public Speaking at International Balkan University.


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