Biljana Sekulovska

From A1 TV, Macedonia

A1 Television was founded in 1993, as the first private and independent TV station in Macedonia. Today, it is the most watched private television channel in the country with central news bulletins at 19:00 and 23:00.

Biljana Sekulovska has 15 years of experience as a journalist specialised in foreign affairs. She was A1 correspondent in Brussels (May 2007- August 2008) and also gained experience with the Brussels administration and institutions (EU and NATO) as Chief Editor for Foreign Affairs in A1 TV for over ten years.

During her stay in Brussels as a visiting journalist in March 2009, she covered, amongst others, the following topics, which were all broadcasted during the A1 News at 7 pm:

  • Interview Cristina Gallach on the financial crisis;
  • Coverage of GAERC meeting in Brussels;
  • Coverage of the Hilary Rodham Clinton's visit to the EU institutions
  • Macedonian membership aspirations for the EU and the name issue in this context.

Biljana Sekulovska on her experience:

"I conducted a lot of interviews with the EU and Balkan politicians during my stay in Brussels. As a journalist and Foreign Editor in A1 TV , it is crucial for me to maintain regular contacts with all relevant actors at the European level."

Watch Biljana Sekulovska's report on EU integration of Macedonia.