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    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2002
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      > PRINT MEDIA ARCHIVE - MEDIA CENTER SARAJEVO
      >
      > Media Center Sarajevo offers all individuals and institutions
      interested
      > in research on Bosnia-Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia the use
      of
      > resources available in its Print media archive.
      >
      > WHAT IS THE PRINT MEDIA ARCHIVE?
      >
      > The Print media archive is a collection of dailies and periodicals
      > published in the former Yugoslavia and in Bosnia-Herzegovina from
      1944
      > to the present. The collection contains over 400 publication titles
      > including key periodicals such as Politika, Start, Nin, Vreme,
      Monitor,
      > Danas, Slobodna Bosna, Dani, Valter and others, as well as daily
      Bosnian
      > papers including Oslobodenje, Dnevni avaz, Nezavisne novine,
      Jutarnje
      > novine, Dnevni list, Glas Srpski and others. It is the most complete
      > collection of publications from the period of the war in
      > Bosnia-Herzegovina, from 1992 to 1996.
      >
      > An important component of the Archive is a searchable database of
      print
      > media texts published in Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1995 to the
      present.
      > This database of print media enables users to search for specific
      texts,
      > topics and personalities in major print media including dailies
      Dnevni
      > Avaz, Oslobodenje and weeklies Hrvatska rijec, Reporter, Ljiljan,
      Dani
      > and Slobodna Bosna.
      >
      > The Archive is an ongoing project of the Media Center Sarajevo.
      >
      > WHO CAN USE THE ARCHIVE AND HOW?
      >
      > The Archive is open for use by researchers, journalists and all
      other
      > interested individuals and institutions who are working on research
      > projects about Bosnia-Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia. The
      Archive
      > provides ideal conditions for research, offering five workstations
      with
      > access to the Internet and a reading room.
      >
      > In order to cover basic operating costs, a nominal fee will be
      charged
      > for the use of the archive and supporting services.
      >
      > HOW CAN THE ARCHIVE BE ACCESSED FROM A DISTANCE?
      >
      > The Archive also provides its services on a distance. You can call
      and
      > e-mail the Archive personel with your requests and the needed
      materials
      > can be sent to you via regular mail, fax or e-mail.
      >
      > HOW TO CONTACT AND FIND THE ARCHIVE?
      >
      > The archive is on the premises of the Media Center, in the very
      center
      > of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The address of the Archive is:
      >
      > Media Center Sarajevo
      >
      > Mehmeda Kantardzica 3
      >
      > 71000 Sarajevo
      >
      > Bosnia-Herzegovina
      >
      > Tel/Fax: (+387 33) 207026 or 444098
      >
      > Web site: <http://www.media.ba/> http://www.media.ba (please note
      that
      > the new web site is under construction)
      >
      > The Archive is opened on working days, Monday through Friday, from
      09:30
      > to 16:30.
      >
      > For further information, the full catalogue, and the price list
      please
      > contact Mr. Dragan Golubovic, Archive manager. His e-mail address
      is:
      > <mailto:dragan@...> dragan@...
      >
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