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Croatia Gets Its First Student TV Station

Croatia has just got its first student television station. From the basement of the University of Political Science, on 6 November at 6pm Television Student will begin its first broadcast, becoming the first student television station in the country.

“Don’t expect that we will be a huge television station and that we will employ loads of people who will work here forever. We think that this is a huge opportunity for students to try something that the big guys wont offer,” said the station’s project manager Tena Perisin.

To start with, Television Student will show features prepared by journalism students and also films made from students from the Academy of Dramatic Arts. Well-known director Robert Knjaz will be the stations director.

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