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Russia Launches World War II-Themed TV Channel Targeting Youth
The Pobeda (“Victory”) television channel will broadcast wartime movies and shows 24/7.
Abramovich Forced to Sell Stake in Russian TV Channel Over Israeli Citizenship
Russian law prohibits foreign citizens from owning more than 20 percent of a media company.
TV Still Russia’s Biggest News Source, but Trust Plummets — Poll
Since 2009, the pollster said trust in television news dropped from 79 percent to 49 percent.
Amazon Getting Ready to Launch “The Romanoffs”
What's new about this Amazon series? Just about everything. Read our Hollywood exclusive.
Russian TV Uses Film Stills as Proof Syria Chemical Attack Was Staged
State-run television used behind-the-scenes footage from a Syrian film as evidence that the reported chemical attack was a fabrication.
State TV Still Biggest and Most Trusted News Source for Russians — Poll
70 percent of Russians said they watch TV news nearly every day.
Putin: The New Tsar
Watch this excellent new documentary before Russia's presidential elections.
Russian Fugitive Psychic Arrested for Possession of 'Magic Salt'
A fan of martial arts and Tibetan monks, Karazhdaev claimed to possess superpowers.
The Adequate American Leaves Russia (Op-ed)
I went on Russian TV where "Western” guests are brought on to be ridiculed to see what it was like
Pro-FSB Spy Thriller Sees Fictional Navalny Killed
The TV series is based on real events and, according to some, real people too
Allan Chumak, Famous Perestroika TV Healer, Dies at Age 82
Allan Chumak, the famous Russian television faith healer of the Perestroika era, died yesterday in Moscow at the age of 82
Blasting U.S., Putin Orders Destruction of Russia's Last Chemical Weapons
In a state-televised broadcast, President Vladimir Putin oversees the destruction of Russia's last chemical weapons.
Russian Translator Censors Putin Questions at George Martin Q&A
The translator also avoided a question on U.S. Donald President Trump
Host of Russian 'Jerry Springer' Reportedly Quits As Show Becomes Politicized
The long-time host of Russia’s most popular talk show on state television is reportedly quitting his job due to political pressure.
Majority of Young Russians Watch Kremlin-Funded News
State-run television is the principal source of news for a majority of young Russians, the independent Russian television channel Dozhd reported Friday...
Let the Campaigns Begin! Putin and Navalny Tussle for Media Attention
“It is a politically hot summer in Moscow, despite the weather”
'Mad Men' Director's New Series 'Romanoffs' to Tell Story of Heirs to Russia's Throne
Matthew Weiner's latest project will be an 8-part dramatization of the lives of descendants of the Russian royal family.
Moscow TV Round-Up: Vysotsky, Orwell and the Cheka
The origins of the Soviet state security system, the United States' greatest Southern writer, the archetypal Big Brother and Russia’s greatest actor-singer-poet...
Moscow TV Round-Up: High-Octane Thrills Eclipse New Oliver Stone Documentary
This week promises four hours of pretend-important chit-chat, three great Russian films and two young adult features that will by turns rev your engines...
Moscow TV Round-Up: Stravinsky in Hollywood, Rock 'N' Roll in Leningrad
This week on Moscow TV: Find out about Igor Stravinsky's Hollywood life in the 1950s and Leningrad’s underground music scene in the 1980s, as well as...
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