Russia's leading TV producer, Alexander Akopov, is leaning on U.S. TV shows and know-how to up the ante in the country's burgeoning television market.
LONDON — Russian broadcaster CTC Media, which operates free-to-air channels CTC, Domashny and Peretz, has tapped Yuliana Slashcheva as CEO. She replaces Boris Podolsky, who leaves the company to…
NBC Sports chief Mark Lazarus on Saturday acknowledged that the network will address the controversy stirred by Russia’s new anti-gay laws in the Peacock’s coverage of February’s winter Olympics in…
The Russians are coming to the European Film Market as a united force this year.
It's the annual autumnal clash of titans in Russia. After the long sultry days of summer, as fall colors begin to appear in the parks and gardens, the TV channels go head-to-head in a ratings war.
The glossy coffee-table books are everywhere in Moscow.
Local drama fare continues to dominate Russian television, with imports remaining the exceptions rather than the rule.
Russia failed to gain entry to the World Trade Organization at the G8 summit in St. Petersburg on Sunday. Although the deal breaker was a dispute over U.S. meat imports, the U.S. remains concerned…
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