A publisher who wants to disseminate their radio programming over radio frequencies for analogue audio broadcasting (FM radio), must first obtain a license to use the appropriate radio frequencies. Decisions on awarding radio frequencies (for analogue audio broadcasting) are issued by the Agency in accordance with the provisions of the Electronic Communications Act.
in accordance with Article 33 of the Electronic Communications Act a public tender is required for awarding radio frequencies for broadcasting. The conditions and the measures for selecting the tenders, which are defined in detail in Article 104 of the Media Act, are defined by the Agency in conjunction with the Ministry of Culture after a previous written opinion of the Broadcasting Council. The public tender is launched with the Agency's decision published in the Official Gazette of RS, while the Agency also publishes on its website the tender documentation. The public tender procedure is administered by a special impartial commission appointed by the Agency's Director, while the Broadcasting Council gives a detailed recommendation for selection after reviewing the tenders and the commission's report. The Agency then awards the radio frequency with a decision issued in an administrative procedure.
The current and the past public tenders for awarding radio frequencies for analogue audio broadcasting are available on this link.
Publishers who are interested in obtaining a license can also submit a proposal to the Agency for using the available radio frequencies for broadcasting.