In September 1998 David left Oracle Broadcasting for service with the Territorial Army in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he launched Oksigen FM the first truly multi-cultural youth radio station in post war Bosnia, broadcasting 24/7/365, training and managing a team of 14 local presenters in professional western broadcast techniques and standards.
In April 2001, David persuaded DJ Boy George to volunteer to come to Bosnia for the first visit by an International DJ to the country since the war of the 1990's. This multi-cultural event drew a crowd of thousands from all across the ethnic divide and beyond. Oksigen made significant inroads in promoting tolerance across the multi ethnic divide in Bosnia and Herzegovina and was viewed as the premier choice of listening for young Bosnians across the North-West of the country
In 2002, David left the army and became a UK Government Information Officer staying in Bosnia and whilst developing Oksigen FM, stimulated the establishment of a multi-cultural website that operated outside the confines of the International Community. That project, Bosnia Express, grew and developed into a registered youth NGO. After 3 years the NGO became NGO MUK (local youth non-governmental organisation for media, art and culture).
In mid 2005 David had developed Oksigen FM to a position where it was able to transition from being under International Community control into the local Bosnian media landscape. In effect the local team took over all aspects of operation.
David has in the past been a stringer on Bosnian issues for London stations LBC 97.3 and LBC 1152AM, Independent Radio News (IRN), BBC local Radio, BFBS, Today FM (Dublin) and Global Radio News. as well as reporting for the national Canadian CBC TV “News morning” Programme.