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'Navalny' Oscar Win Ignored, Condemned by Russian State Media
Anybody relying solely on Russian state media to find out who won what at this year's Academy Awards might be forgiven for being none the wiser.
How Late Soviet Satire Set the Tone for Russian State TV Today
The early 90s TV classic "Lenin Was a Mushroom" inadvertently foreshadowed what Russian state media would become.
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'prison or emigration'
Russian Journalist Who Made Anti-War Protest on TV Describes Escape to France
The Russian journalist who grabbed the world's attention last year when she protested against the war in Ukraine on live Russian state television, described...
Russia's Union of Journalists Faces Expulsion From International Body
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), which represents journalists from 146 countries, has initiated the expulsion of Russia's Union of Journalists...
turning the screws
Russia Slaps Independent Media Outlet Meduza With 'Undesirable' Label
Updates with Timchenko comments Russia's General Prosecutor's Office has added the independent news outlet Meduza to the country's list of “undesirable&rdquo...
Russia’s Local Journalists Struggle to Keep News Flowing – From Home and Abroad
Russian independent media outlet Zvezda in the city of Perm consistently uses the word “war” in its coverage of the fighting in Ukraine &mdash...
Putin's Idealization of Death Reflects Russia's Growing Nazification
The carnival of violence that has for years permeated Russia's state-controlled media has in recent months given way to a new tone of solemnity and calls...
Misadventures in Late-Stage Putinism: Dozhd and the Conundrum of Exile
Had the scandal surrounding the exiled Russian TV channel Dozhd losing its broadcasting license in Latvia not happened, it would have needed to be invented...
Putin Cancels Annual Press Conference for First Time in Decade
Russian President Vladimir Putin has canceled his annual end-of-year press conference for the first time in 10 years, the Kremlin announced on Monday,...
Latvian Decision to Revoke Russian TV Station’s License Sparks Fear, Disbelief
Latvia’s decision Tuesday to withdraw the broadcast license of independent Russian television channel Dozhd caused disbelief and anger among the...
Russia Bans Online Journal Riddle as ‘Undesirable’ Organization
The office of Russia's Prosecutor General officially designated the online journal Riddle as an “undesirable” organization on Tuesday, accusing...
How (Not) to Interpret Russian Political Talk Shows
The forensic dissection of Russian political talk shows by analysts hoping to gain insight into the Kremlin’s inner workings has skyrocketed since...
RT Launches Local Website, Broadcasting in Serbia
Russia’s state-funded broadcaster RT said in a statement Tuesday that it was launching a local language version in the Balkans nation of Serbia. The...
State TV Journalist Who Denounced War in Ukraine Flees Russia
Former Russian state television journalist Marina Ovsyannikova, 44, has escaped house arrest and left Russia, her lawyer Dmitry Zakhvatov told Russian...
Putin Signs Law to Fast-Track Foreign Media Bans
The law allows officials to block foreign news outlets in retaliation for clampdowns against Russian media abroad.
behind the scenes
Pay Raises, More News and Tighter Control: Staff at Russian State TV Work Overtime Amid Ukraine War
On-air protester Marina Ovsyannikova said criticism of her has discouraged other state television employees from quitting.
Moscow Threatens Reprisals for U.S. Correspondents – Reports
“If they don’t normalize the work of Russian media on U.S. territory, there will be forceful measures as a consequence.”
Latvia Grants Broadcast License to Russia's Liberal TV Dozhd
Officials also announced a ban on the 80 Russian TV channels available in the country.
European News Agencies Alliance Suspends Russia’s TASS
The EANA accused TASS of not respecting its standards by following Russia's order to avoid using "assault, invasion, or declaration of war."
Woman Sharing Name With Zelensky Relative Harassed By Pro-Kremlin Media
Olga Vitalyevna Kiyashko wasn't worried about sharing a name with Zelensky's mother-in-law. Then unknown visitors began to knock at her door.
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