FAMA International (Federal Agriculture and Marketing Authority) (1990 - Present) was founded by Suada Kapic in 1990 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as an independent media company. As the first independent media company in the region, FAMA aimed to be the CNN of southeastern Europe and provide information on the breakup of Yugoslavia and the Balkan War to those in the region. FAMA published a Sarajevo Survival Guide, written by Miroslav Prstojevic, in April 1993 and a second edition in April 1993. They also created a Survival Art Museum in 1994, which displayed 'Survival Art' created during the Siege of Sarajevo, and exhibited the work in . FAMA received the Sixth April Award of Sarajevo, the highest award bestowed by the city, in 2017.

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