RTCG Portal

Portal RTCG was established in 2013, as an addition to the existing RTCG media formats. RTCG is the national broadcaster of Montenegro. The founder of RTCG is the Parliament of Montenegro, and the rights on behalf of the founder are represented by the RTCG Council, in accordance with the law. In addition to the Council, Radio Television of Montenegro is managed by the general director of RTCG.

Besides TV and radio, RTCG has a portal and a Program Archive - a treasury of audiovisual achievements.

RTCG is a member of the EBU - European Broadcasting Union - the largest association of national media organisations in the world with 74 members in 56 European countries and 35 associated members worldwide.

The head of RTCG is Boris Raonić, a former civil activist whose previous appointment was ruled illegal by the Court. Upon the ruling, the Council again appointed Raonić as director general of the RTCG.

In the impressum there is no available information on the editors of TV and radio programs. RTCG has 746 employees. There is no precise information on how many of them are employees in each division of the company.

In the period from February to April 2023, according to SimilarWeb, portal RTCG had 1,84 million visits.

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The founder and sole owner of Javno preduzeće “Radio i Televizija Crne Gore” is the Parliament of Montenegro.

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Parliament of Montenegro

The founder of the RTCG is the Parliament of Montenegro, and the Council of the RTCG represents the rights on behalf of the founder in accordance with the Law.

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Boris Raonić

Was a civil society activist before being elected general director of Radio Television Montenegro. A dispute, followed by a civil lawsuit resulted in the decision of the court in Podgorica reaching the verdict that Raonić's election was unlawful. The Higher court has confirmed this decision.
The court has deliberated based on the lawsuit of journalist Nikola Marković, who was also a candidate for the position of General director. The complaint was based on the fact that Raonić shouldn’t have been elected because he was, at the time, in a conflict of interest, being the member of the Council for Electronic Media, appointed by the Parliament, which was in collision with the law on Radio Television Montenegro.
Many civil society organizations were pointing out the unlawfulness of the election of Raonić. However, the Council again, expressly appointed Raonić, despite the Court ruling.

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Marko Vešović

An experienced journalist who was one of the top members of the editorial team of the daily Dan since 2006. Vešović is a winner of several investigative journalism awards. In 2020he became an editor of the portal RTCG.

Affiliated Interests other important people

Bojana Čađenović

Her professional career started in RTCG, where since 2013 she was a journalist. From 2021 to 2023 she was the editor of RTCG’s Parliamentary Channel.


Bulevar Revolucije 19

81000 Podgorica

E-mail: mmc@rtcg.me

Phone number: +382 20 224 784

Website: rtcg.me

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The data on the media outlet was collected from the Central Registry of business entities of Montenegro, Agency for electronic media, Tax administration portal Taxis, website of the media and desk research. Audience shares are missing, since there is no credible centralized audience measuring mechanism in the country.
MOM team in Montenegro contacted the media outlet on August 18, 2023, as is the practice for Media Ownership Monitor, to invite the media owners to proactively disclose information relevant to the study.
The annual average exchange rate of the Central Bank for 2022 was used to convert EUR into USD (1,05).
The founder of Javno preduzeće “Radio i Televizija Crne Gore” is the Parliament of Montenegro and it does not have owners. The Radio and Television are being supervised by the Council, composed of 9 members who have collective responsibility. Members of the Council of Radio Television Montenegro are: Predrag Marsenić, Filip Lazović,, Bojan Baća, Veselin Drljević who is the President of the Council, Amina Murić, Predrag Miranović, Naod Zorić, Marijana Camović Veličković who is the Vice President of the Council and Milica Špajak.