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house arrest escape
Russia Adds State TV Protester Ovsyannikova to Wanted List
Russian authorities on Monday placed Marina Ovsyannikova, the former state TV journalist who denounced the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine on-air, on the...
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.
all the kremlin's men
Producer Alexander Rodnyansky to Make 'House of Cards'-Style Series About Putin's Rise
"All the Kremlin’s Men" will show how "Putin’s mind dissolved into conspiracy theories."
back from the frontlines
Pro-Kremlin Spin Doctor Solovyov Boasts of Mariupol Visit
In the studio, Solovyov showed off a British NLAW anti-tank missile launcher that he claimed to have brought back from Mariupol.
'lying to you'
Protester Interrupts Russian TV News With Anti-War Poster
A video clip of the incident spread quickly on social media, with many users paying tribute to the woman's "extraordinary courage."
Netflix no chill
Netflix Suspends Service in Russia Over Ukraine Invasion — Media
The U.S.-based platform had already halted its acquisitions in Russia earlier this week, as well as its production of original programs.
all or nothing
“Why Do We Need a World if Russia Is Not In It?”: State TV Presenter Opens Show With Ominous Address
The comments came hours after President Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian army to put its nuclear arsenal on “high alert.”
from the headlines
What Are Russian State Media Saying About Ukraine? | Feb. 21
State media gave prime-time news coverage to the latest escalations in eastern Ukraine.
Georgian Chess Champion’s ‘Queen’s Gambit’ Lawsuit Against Netflix Upheld in Court
Nona Gaprindashvili filed the $5 million defamation lawsuit against the streaming giant in September 2021.
Russia to Require Netflix to Stream State Television Broadcasts
Russia has in recent months tightened restrictions on foreign internet giants’ operations within its borders.
Russia to Probe Netflix for ‘Gay Propaganda’ Violations – Vedomosti
An official accused Netflix of streaming LGBT-themed content with a “16+” label instead of the required “18+” designation.
don't try this at home
Russia’s Cyber Morality Squad to Inspect ‘Squid Game’ Over Child Safety Fears
The League for a Safe Internet said it received reports of young Russians imitating the show’s violent versions of children’s games.
What Happened on Dyatlov Pass? 'Dead Mountain' Reveals All
This award-winning feature series is being released with English subtitles this week.
comedy of errors
'Red Rainbow' Coming Soon to a Small Screen Near You
The series won a development award at the Series Mania Forum at Lille, France.
off the air
Russian Court Bans ‘Happy Tree Friends,’ Anime Films
The adult cartoon “harms young children’s spiritual and moral education and development,” the court said.
Belarus NGO Denounces TV Interview With Jailed Activist
Activists say that Roman Protasevich's statements in the interview will have likely been obtained "under duress."
Russian Man’s Reluctant Rise to Chinese TV Stardom Comes to an End
"Don't love me, you'll get no results," he told viewers — but viewers did the exact opposite.
Russian Police Probe Pro-Kremlin TV Host’s Hitler-Praising Comments – Reports
Vladimir Solovyov had called Hitler “personally a very brave man” who “fought honorably in World War I.”
pass the popcorn
'Optimists-2' and Russian Film Classics Online
Bookmark these sites for when you need a Soviet classic movie fix.
not quite a palace
Russian State TV Attempts 'Putin Palace'-Style Exposé on Navalny's German Apartment
The correspondent shows the villa's toilet brush in a nod to the alleged $700 Putin palace item that has become a protest symbol.
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