Olivera "Olja" Bećković (Serbian Cyrillic: Оља Бећковић; born 1 May 1964) is a Serbian journalist and television presenter.
She has been hosting political talk show on B92 TV Utisak nedelje (English: Impression of the Week) since 1991.
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Bećković studied drama in Belgrade and trained as an actress until the age of twenty five before switching over to journalism.
In March 2014 Bećković received the Jug Grizelj Award. Her talk programme Utisak nedelje got taken off the air in September 2014 in controversial fashion.
In April 2015 Bećković got hired by the NIN weekly newsmagazine for a monthly interview feature called 'Intervju meseca'. Her first interview was with Slavoljub Đukić.
In the months following her removal from B92, Bećković became a recipient of the Ordre national de la Légion d'honneur award, which was handed to her on 30 April 2015 at a ceremony in the French embassy in Belgrade. At the ceremony, the French ambassador in Serbia Christine Moro explained the accolade as being awarded to Bećković for "her exceptional professional path, courage, and fearlessness" while adding that by awarding Bećković "France is also extolling the journalistic profession as a whole". In February 2015, with the announcement of the Légion d'honneur award going to Bećković, Informer, a pro-Vučić daily tabloid edited and partially owned by Dragan J. Vučićević, framed the news item as a "French political attack on the Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić".
Bećković is the daughter of famous Serbian poet Matija Bećković.
During her late teens, Bećković was briefly married to theater director Nenad Ilić.
During early 1990s she married Vlada Višnjić and got a son Luka with him in 1994.