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This page will focus on radio and television in and about Russia/NIS and the news and information broadcasted.
The programming of this radio station is is geared towards the over 40 age group of Russians. Another added benefit is the simultaneous broadcast translations of American TV shows and popular movies.
This local radio station, located in Rostov-on-Don, provides music, news (especially local), and various types of information about the city and the region. This site is in Russian only.
This famous information resource is where you can hear a wide variety of news from various Russian and foreign politicians, businessmen, economists, writers, artists and sportsmen. There is also the opportunity to listen to the radio via the Internet. This site is in Russian only.
The Perm division of Radio Maximum provides news, local information about events, contests, the hit-parade, a photoalbum of musicians and DJs, and views. This site is in Russian only.
Radio Sweden Russian Service has been offering radio programs in the Russian language for the past 30 years. This service is offered in order to provide Russian-speaking visitors with impartial, free information about Sweden and her people.
Begun in 1995, this is the first Russian national radio station. They are heard in over 50 cities across Russia and the Ukraine with many popular Russian artists, leisure shows and news. Listen to a RealAudio broadcast!
A listing of times that the radio station airs Russian New Life and Russian New Horizons.
You can listen to the daily news of the Voice of Russia (in English, Russian and many other languages) using RealAudio at http://www.wrn.org/ondemand/russia.html .
As one of the top 3 international broadcasters for over 53 years, Voice of America provides current, precise and balanced news and features, plus music and entertainment to listeners worldwide. The Eurasia Division contains Armenian, Georgian, Russian and Ukrainian while the European Division contains Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian
In operation since 1925, this national public broadcaster has three programs (stations), which total to fifty five hours daily and cover a wide range of areas. They include news, a variety of music, minority programming and much more for the 2.6 million population of Latvia.
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