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SPADIJER ON THE OCCASION OF THE JUBILEE 06. 11. 2019.   >>  15:26 0

SPADIJER ON THE OCCASION OF THE JUBILEE

The fate of Radio followed the fate of Montenegro

At the time of the explosion of visual electronic communication, remembering Radio is like meeting a friend who has kept his manners and be reassured that traditional virtues are enduring, said journalist and publicist Marko Spadijer on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Radio Montenegro. The fate of Radio, he said, followed Montenegro's fate.

Spadier was born in 1938 and, as he says, he is one of not many Montenegrins older than Radio Montenegro. He was six years old when Radio was born in his hometown of Cetinje and made its announcement on the occasion of the liberation of Cetinje in 1944.

"I remember the announcements made on the linden trees of Cetinje and our students in school uniforms applauding invisible political speakers speaking through loudspeakers in the town square. “ Spadierrecalls that era in the essay "Radio and I", which he prepared on the occasion of the jubilee for the Radio Montenegro.

When his father brought "Kosmaj" home, Spadier went on, the celebration began. With the radio, he said, songs, violin, piano, the entire orchestra and many beautiful stories about people and events entered the home. The culture of everyday life has expanded, he points out.

"Years later, we bought the first television set and the radio was put aside like an old coffee grinder. Only the grandmother of poor eyesight kept listening to it," recalls long-time general secretary of Montenegrin Matica and editor-in-chief of "Matica" magazine, the recipient of numerous awards and laureate of the highest prize of the Capital, the Ivan CrnojevicCharter.

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