Jakov Pavlovic Latas
Jakov Pavlovic Latas is a young Macedonian businessman who works in the field of marketing and media. There is little public information about him, and he is only known as the son of journalist Dragan Pavlovic Latas, from whom he took over the two companies he manages - "Medianet" and "Maksmedia".
Marketing and media
Total Media Centre (through Dragan Pavlovic Latas)
Family & Friends
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Is the father of the director of "Vecer MK", Jakov Pavlovic Latas. He is an experienced and controversial Macedonian journalist known as the editor-in-chief of "Sitel" television from 1997 to 2017 and "Vecer" newspaper from 2006 to 2012. He is known to the public for his sharp tongue and controversial connections with political elites, for whose support he used the media he managed. This role of his came to the fore especially during the reign of VMRO-DPMNE and Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski (2006-2017) when "Sitel" television and the "Vecer" newspaper fiercely fought with the political dissidents of the government. Latas is not active in the media today after having retired from the editorial position at "Sitel". He is the founder and owner of several media and marketing companies, such as "Mediamaks", "Total Media Center", "Maksmedia" and "Medianet". He gave some of them to his son Jakov.
The uncle of Jakov Pavlovic Latas, is a Macedonian businessman who works in the field of marketing and media. He is known only as the brother of the journalist Dragan Pavlovic Latas, with whom he founded and managed several companies in the field of media and marketing.
The ownership structure and the financial reports are based on data recived from Central registry of the Republic of North Macedonia. The documents were received on 18.07.2023 based on a government decision from 2017 for free access for investigative journalists. The financial information is for 2022. For the calculation of the amounts in US dollars, the average exchange rate for 2022 from the National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia was used.