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HRT journalist Ivana Šilović about Kerum’s outburst: I was shocked by such an attack and by so much aggression towards the journalistic profession

The case of the unacceptable behaviour of Željko Kerum towards HRT (Croatian Radio-Television) journalist, Ivana Šilović, is a textbook example of failing to act in accordance with the basics of the culture of public communication. Namely, on 25 April this year, HRT journalist Ivana Šilović posed a completely legitimate question to Željko Kerum about his debts which provoked him very much and this was followed by an avalanche of insults. Kerum asked her who he owes money to, and Šilović said that, among other things, he also owed money to HRT. He then added that he watches HRT every day and asked why HRT doesn’t send him a distraint. He

Author: Ana Gavranić. Translation: Matea Matić. PHoto: Screenshot/HRT

continued with the words that what she was saying is unfounded and untrue, that because of this she could end up without her salary and then be in debt and later on start crying, thus warning that she must tell the truth. God sees everything! You don’t bow down to..

 

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