Oliver Vujovic, together with a group of editors and media owners from South-East Europe, is one of the founders of the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) and has been since 2000 SEEMO Secretary General. Vujovic worked between 1991-2000 as a journalist and Balkan correspondent for the Austrian daily Die Presse, and also as a freelancer for media in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the UK. He graduated in economics, and is currently working on a PhD at the University of Vienna. Vujovic started his professional work as a journalist for Radio Index (Radio Belgrade) in Belgrade (1988) and is one of the founders of Radio B92 in Belgrade (1989). In 2000 and 2001 he was also director of the Balkan publication Südosteuropäischer Dialog, and director of the Kulturzentrum in Vienna.
Vujovic is also one of the founders and Secretary General of the South-East and Central Europe PR Organisation (SECEPRO), co-editor and publisher of the annual South-East and Central Europe Media Handbook, publisher of the De Scripto media magazine, and also editor or co-editor or author or co-author in numerous books, publications, research articles, research papers and magazines. Vujovic is the initiator of the South-East Europe Media Forum (the leading annual media event in South-East and Central Europe since 2007), initiator of Istanbul Media Days (an annual event) and initiator of Investigative Journalism Days. He organised the first meeting between leading media representatives from Serbia and Kosovo (over 100 editors and media executives) in Ohrid in May 2003.