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An English-Language Radio Station Starts Working in Moscow
12.11.2012 21:32
An English-Language Radio Station Starts Working in Moscow

On Monday, a first 24-hour English-language radio station started broadcasting in Moscow.

      The new radion station named "Moscow FM" can be found on 105.2 FM. It is expected to become a must-listen-to resource on events in the capital.

      The station's content will include international music and some speech programs (up to 30 percent of the airtime) about cultural events, traffic and weather in Moscow.

      The station's creators hope it will become popular among foreign tourists and expats in the city, as well as Russian residents who want to learn English. According to them, about 150 thousand expats now work and live in Russia, most of them - in Moscow. A tourist stream in the city are about 5 million people a year.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian radio stations Moscow Russian radio expats in Moscow  

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