Russia-1 (Russian: Россия-1) is a state-owned Russian television channel first aired on 22 March 1951 as Programme One in the Soviet Union. It was relaunched as RTR on the 13 May 1991, and is known today as Russia 1. It is the flagship channel of the All-Russia State Television and Radio Company (VGTRK).
Russia-1 has the second largest audience in Russian television. In a typical week, it is viewed by 75% of urban Russians, compared to 83% for the leading channel, Channel One. The two channels are similar in their politics, and they compete directly in entertainment.
Russia-1 has many regional variations and broadcasts in many languages.
Planeta-RTR (Планета-РТР) is a cable and satellite television station from Moscow, Russia, providing News and Entertainment shows. Also known as Russia-RTR (Россия РТР), Planeta-RTR provides a variety of programs as shows on the RTR stations, including news, TV series and movies, and sports.
The RTR-Planet TV channel is a round-the-clock information and entertainment channel in Russian, which broadcasts to viewers around the world. Today, the audience of the RTR-Planet television channel is more than 30 million viewers in both hemispheres.
REN TV (РЕН ТВ) is a broadcast television station in Moscow, Russia, providing Entertainment shows. REN TV produces and airs TV comedies and dramas as well as international television series.
Ren TV's network is a patchwork of 406 independent broadcasting companies in Russia and the CIS. Ren’s signal is received in 718 towns and cities in Russia from Kaliningrad in the West to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in the East. I
Channel One Russia (Первый Канал) - 1TV - Perviy Kanal - Channel 1 is a broadcast television station from Moscow, Russia, providing Public broadcasting News and Entertainment. Channel One Russian produces and airs newscasts, documentaries and TV series as well as feature films.
The first channel is the recognized leader of Russian television, the most popular and favorite Russian-language channel in the world.
The first channel (until 2002 Public Russian Television) began broadcasting in April 1995 and became the successor to the state television and radio company Ostankino, which was the main broadcaster in the USSR and covered 99.8% of the Russian population.
Having inherited not only the frequency, but also the invaluable professional experience of its predecessors, Channel One quickly took a leading position among domestic television channels and holds it to this day.
RT Arabic الصفحة الرسمية لموقعRT Arabic, formerly known as Rusiya Al-Yaum (Arabic: روسيا اليوم, meaning Russia Today) is a Russian free-to-air television news channel broadcasting in Arabic and headquartered in Moscow, Russia.
Rusiya Al-Yaum started broadcasting on 4 May 2007. The channel covers a wide variety of events worldwide from the point of view of the Russian government. It also features interviews, debates and stories about cultural life in Russia and major cities.
Nika is the only satellite TV and radio network in the Kaluga Region. The TV channel "Nika TV" and the radio "Nika FM" are seen and heard throughout the Kaluga region.
Thanks to satellite broadcasting, it is possible to receive a signal in many regions of Russia, Western and Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and the CIS. Nika TV is a completely independent TV channel that broadcasts without the inclusion of a network partner.
The air network of Niki TV is formed in such a way as to meet the expectations of the regional viewer. The channel broadcasts feature films (Russian and foreign), serials, documentary projects, and, most importantly, programs of its own production.
RT’s flagship, award-winning English-language channel airs 24/7 from the network’s Moscow offices and is available to more than 700 million viewers worldwide.
It covers the most urgent domestic and international issues of our time for viewers wishing to question more and delivers stories often missed by the mainstream media to create news with an edge.
RT provides an alternative perspective on major global events, and acquaints an international audience with the Russian viewpoint.
Moscow 24 (Russian: Москва 24) is a Russian 24-hour TV channel, a part of the "Moscow Media" Incorporated editorial office of Moscow media sources and referred to All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK).
The Channel is headquartered in Moscow City with its production facilities and operations, and is available in Moscow, Moscow Region and Crimea. Promoted as the main city TV channel created to target all the citizens and visitors of Moscow interested in the news, life and opportunities of the city.
About 50 percent of the content is devoted to live news broadcasting and information programs. The Channel also provides various entertainment and consumer oriented shows.