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Serbian Composer Arsenije Jovanovic Won Award At New York Radio Festival

Director, composer and writer Arsenije Jovanovic won an award at New York Festival’s International Radio Programs & Promos Competition for the piece entitled “Sogno di un automobile,” according to Avant art magazin.

Jovanovic won the bronze radio award in a field of participants from 36 countries, where he was the only one from the former Yugoslavia.


The New York festival awards the best radio programs and productions in all formats and is open to radio stations, networks and independent productions. The festival, which has been around for 50 years, has built an excellent reputation and has a strong field of competitors.

As in previous years, the jury was made up of award-winning directors, producers, reporters and other radio professionals from across the world, including representatives of major networks (BBC and ABC among others).

Jovanovic has already had success at the New York festival, where he was a finalist twice with the pieces “Archipelago Prospero” and “Homo politicus vulgaris.”

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