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Russian Television Networks: Channel One, Rt, Ntv, Tricolor TV, Soviet Central Television, Ren, TVs, TV Roskosmos, Disney Channel, TV-6 Source Wikipedia

Russian Television Networks: Channel One, Rt, Ntv, Tricolor TV, Soviet Central Television, Ren, TVs, TV Roskosmos, Disney Channel, TV-6

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Published August 15th 2011
ISBN : 9781156593721
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30 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Channel One, RT, NTV, Tricolor TV, Soviet Central Television, REN, TVS, TV Roskosmos, Disney Channel,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Channel One, RT, NTV, Tricolor TV, Soviet Central Television, REN, TVS, TV Roskosmos, Disney Channel, TV-6, NTV Plus, CTC, TV Center, Rusiya Al-Yaum, 2x2, A-One, MTV Russia, RTR Planeta, Russia 1, Discovery Channel Russia, Petersburg - Channel 5, Russia K, Muz-TV, O2TV, Domashny, TNT, Russia 24, Sport 1, Bibigon, TeleExpo, Karusel, Syfy Universal, Echo TV Russia, My Planet, RBC TV, Sport TV, Soho Media, Zvezda, Russian Travel Guide, 7TV Russia, ATV, NTV Plus Sport. Excerpt: Channel One (Russian: Russian pronunciation: ) is the first television channel to broadcast in Russian SFSR (now Russian Federation) and the whole Soviet Union which dissolved in 1991, the channel renamed into Ostankino Channel 1 after Russian SFSR from the Soviet Union became Russian Federation by the Yeltsin government. According to a recent government publication, the Russian government controls 51% of its shares. Its headquarters are in the Technical Center Ostankino near the Ostankino Tower, Moscow. First among the Russias country-wide channels, Channel One has implemented 16:9 broadcast format on June 1, 2011. Channel One remains the most prosperous of Russian TV channels and wields the largest budget by far. It airs the Russian adaptations of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Survivor, and Star Factory, as well as many homegrown productions. It has produced many high-profile films, including four of the highest-grossing Russian movies after the Soviet collapse, Night Watch (2004), The Turkish Gambit (2005), Day Watch (2006), and The Irony of Fate 2 (2007). When the Soviet Union was abolished, the Russian Federation took over most of its structures and institutions. One of the first acts of Boris Yeltsins new government was his signing of a presidential decree on 27 December 1991, providing for Russian jurisdiction over the central tele...