Davor Marko is non-resident research fellow at the Analitika Center for Social Research and a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, in the domain of culture and communication. He holds an MA in Democracy and Human Rights, a joint degree awarded by the University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Bologna (Italia). He is the author of many local and regional research papers and publications, and has collaborated with leading academic and research institutions from the region of the Western Balkans and abroad. In his book entitled Zar na Zapadu postoji drugi Bog? (Does another God exist in the West?), he analyzes dominant stereotypes and prejudices on the Islam in the media of the Western Balkans. He is also co-editor of State or Nation? Challenges for Political Transition of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2011). His professional interests include strategic communication, the future of public service media, media and diversity, and the language of the media.