Branimir Dopuđa Wikipedia, Wiki, Biografija

Branimir Dopuđa Wikipedia, Wiki, Biografija

Branimir Dopuđa Wikipedia, Wiki, Biografija – Respected journalist and editor of Croatian Radio and Television, Branimir Dopua, has died. According to HRT.hr, he began working for Zagreb Television in 1974.

Branimir Dopuđa Wikipedia, Wiki, Biografija
Branimir Dopuđa Wikipedia, Wiki, Biografija

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He edited the center Dnevnik and the program “Yesterday, today, tomorrow” during his lengthy career. Additionally, he served as the Information Program’s acting editor and deputy editor.

In addition, Dopua served as the first editor of the “Slika Hrvatske” satellite program produced by HRT for Croats living abroad. In 1994, Dopua was honored with HRT’s Ivan ibl Lifetime Achievement Award.

He made a famous exit from Dnevnik during the Homeland War: “Dear viewers, I wish you a pleasant evening, and a special greeting to the Croatian veterans, wherever they are.” This is how the public and his coworkers would most likely remember him.

Jandroković’s Condolences

Branimir Dopua’s family may be proud of his many years of committed work at Croatian Radio and Television, according to Gordan Jandrokovi, the president of the Croatian Parliament, who sent his condolences to the Dopua family on Sunday.

In a condolence telegram, Jandrokovi expressed his sadness at learning of his passing.

You have every right to be pleased with the many years he devoted to Croatian Radio and Television, where he distinguished himself as a top expert. The 1994 Ivan ibl Lifetime Achievement Award from HRT is another proof of the lasting impact his work at the national television corporation had,” he remarked.

Dopua was one of Dnevnik HTV’s protective faces, notably during the Homeland War, he continued.

“It is hard to recall a more memorable departure than his salutation to the Croatian defenders, ‘wherever they are.’ In his letter, Jandrokovi expressed his condolences and respect to the family on behalf of the Croatian Parliament and in his own name. “Such an exceptional example of a message of sincere gratitude and encouragement to Croatian soldiers in the most trying times will remain in the annals of our war journalism,” he wrote.

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