He was born in 1958 in Kostajnica, where he finished high school. He studied law and journalism in Belgrade and Zagreb.

He has been a professional journalist for 40 years. He was a correspondent for the daily Politika and the weekly NIN from Zagreb, a commentator on the Radio Television of Serbia, editor-in-chief of the weekly Argument, and editor-in-chief of the daily Vesti from Frankfurt. In the period from 2013 to 2017, he was General Manager and Editor-in-Chief of the company Novosti. He launched the Belgrade RAS television.

He worked in the government of Zoran Djindjic as an advisor to Deputy Prime Minister Nebojsa Covic and as head of the Information Service of the Coordination Centre for Kosovo and Metohija.

Along with his work in journalism, he has been intensively dealing with demography for two decades, problems that Serbia and Serbs are facing due to increasing mortality in relation to population growth. In that context, he tries to see the position of the family, as the basic cell of society, its possibilities, perspectives or limitations in the conditions of urban or rural environment.

He is also active in the field of literature and journalism. He published an extensive publicist work "Cross on the Cross" and a novel "Professor Miskovic's Notebook", according to which a television series was filmed, whose screening will begin soon.

He is married and a father of two daughters.

Radomir Ratko Dmitrovic