Branko Rosić
(Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Nedeljnik magazine, SRB)

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He played in the cult punk band Urban Guerrilla, and later in the electro group Berliner Strass. He has collaborated in writing the Lexicon of Yu Mythology and published articles in Playboy, Elle, L’Europeo, Cosmopolitan, Max, National geographic, B92 online, Fame. He is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Nedeljnik magazine and the Editor-in-Chief of the Exit 20 Years of EXIT Activism festival publication. He has a degree in mechanical engineering. He published the novels A tako je dobro počelo“, i „Za sutra najavljuju konacno razvedravanje“.

He conducted interviews with all important figures in culture and pop culture in the former Yugoslavia, but also several interviews with important figures of world rock and roll, such as Stephen Patrick Morrissey (The Smiths), Steve Hackett (Genesis), Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) , Charlene Spiteri (Texas), Ian Gillan (Deep Purple), Jean-Jacques Barnell (The Stranglers) and with writers Tarik Ali, Tony Parsons, Frederic Begbede, Juo Nesbe, artist Grayson Perry… One of the first Serbian musicians to give an interview for the famous English newspaper “New Musical Express”.

Prince Charles called him a prince, and he was presented to the former British minister and mayor of London, Boris Johnson, as a “punk with the mask of a journalist”. The British Queen Elizabeth II awarded him for his exceptional contribution to the promotion and advancement of cultural ties between Great Britain and Serbia.