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Russian First Channel Reaches China
24.10.2015 18:10
Russian First Channel Reaches China

The First Channel might start broadcasting in China in 2016.

      This was announced by Alexey Volin, the deputy minister of the Russian Ministry of Communications and Media on Friday.

      "We made an offer on organizing the broadcasting of Russia's third TV channel in China. The concept and tentative program of the broadcasting is developed by the First Channel. We will look forward to hearing from partners. We hope that it will start working in 2016" — Mr. Volin said.

      Two Russian channels, namely the RTR Planet and Russia Today, are already operating in China.

      It will be recalled that recently the Russian mass media  are often subjected to pressure from neighboring countries. Thus, for example, the Ukrainian authorities banned broadcasting of the First Channel, Russia 24, Russia 1, NTV, NTV Mira, TNT, Stars, Ren-TV, Life News, RT and Stories.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Television TV Channels China   

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