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Russian sports TV launches

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Russia will launch a state sports TV channel within three months, according to the country’s Sports Committee topper Vyacheslav Fetisov.

The likely base for the new channel will be the existing sports web 7-TV, which has a potential 60 million viewers in 350 cities.

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