Agency Holds its Second Public Meeting in 2023

Skopje, 23 June 2023 – The Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services held its second Public Meeting today, at which Agency Director Zoran Trajchevski presented an overview of the activities implemented in accordance with the Annual Work Programme for the past three months.

Those present had the opportunity to hear about the activities as part of the supervisions conducted over the broadcasters, operators of public electronic communication networks, providers of on-demand AVMS and print media publishers, the imposed public warning measures, the conducted research, as well as the Agency’s activities in the sphere of international cooperation.

Presented at the Meeting were also the findings of the Analysis of the Market of Audio and Audiovisual Media Services in 2022, which included the economic operations of the public broadcasting service and the commercial television and radio stations in 2022, as well as data from the measurements of the television and radio audiences, respectively.

The Analysis showed that the total revenues in the industry in 2022 had amounted to 2,514.63 million Denars, while the total expenditures had amounted to 2,578.53 million Denars. Compared to 2021, the public broadcaster and the commercial radio stations marked an increase in their revenues, while the commercial television stations had earned less funds. The entire Analysis is available on the following website:

As regards the implementation of the activities specified in the Regulatory Strategy for the Development of the Audio and Audiovisual Industry for the period 2019-2023, it was concluded that virtually all projected activities had been carried out. The Agency had produced a large number of studies, analyses and other relevant documents, and held a large number of workshops, debates and trainings related to various aspects of the work of the media.

The Meeting also involved a public consultation on the Rulebook on the Minimum Technical, Spatial, Financial and Staffing Requirements for Obtaining a Radio or Television Broadcasting License, following the Decision of the Constitutional Court that partially repeals Paragraph 6 of Article 9 of this Rulebook. A large number of the attendees took part in the consultation.

The views and opinions received with regard to the Public Meeting  may be downloaded from this link


The presentations are available at the following links:

Activities implemented in line with the AAAVMS’ Annual Work Programme

Zoran Trajchevski, PhD, Director of the AAAVMS


Analysis of the Market of Audio and Audiovisual Media Services in 2022

Sanja Gudeska Zdravkovska, AAAVMS

Implementation of the Strategy for the Development of Audio and Audiovisual Industry for the Period 2019-2023

Katerina Donevska, AAAVMS