Milan Dinić

journalist and Research executive in London, United Kingdom

Currently based in London where I work as an assistant for new projects for the founder and CEO of YouGov Stephan Shakespeare.

I also edit the British Chess Magazine, the world's oldest chess publication (@BCMchess).

For a number of years I have been working as a journalist for various media, mostly print and internet in Serbia and the Balkans and have published in both daily and weekly newspapers. I worked for the FOX TV Network in Serbia as a reporter. I have also worked as a researcher, fixer and translator for The Guardian, where I have published severalarticles.

My strongest professional and personal ties are with “Svedok” magazine from Belgrade (Serbia), where I made my first steps and ended up as a deputy to the editor-in-chief.

My journalistic ties have not been severed by my relocation to London. Instead, they have helped me publish articles in the UK covering various issues – from nationalism saving the press, over citizen terrorism, engaging the young in politics, as well as issues of media ownership transparency in the Balkans. I also wrote about Russian-Serbian relations. Recently I have been writing more about

  • Work
    • YouGov
  • Education
    • Belgrade University
    • London School of Economics