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[HCDX] Russian international radio starts broadcasting in CIS languages
Russian international radio starts broadcasting in CIS languages:
(April 3rd, 2008)
The Voice of Russia radio company, which broadcasts worldwide in 37
languages, has started broadcasts in the languages of CIS states, ITAR-TASS
reported on 3 April, quoting the company's representative Yekaterina Yagunova.
According to her, there will be half-hour daily programmes in native
languages broadcast to Yerevan (Armenia) on the 106 FM frequency, Chisinau
(Moldova) on 103.2 FM, Tashkent (Uzbekistan) on 100.5 FM and Osh
(Kyrgyzstan) on 102 FM.
The daily news and analytical programmes will be broadcast in Armenia,
Moldova and Uzbekistan at 2000 local time and at 2300 in Kyrgyzstan. The
broadcasts were made possible thanks to Voice of Russia's partner
broadcasters in these countries, Yagunova said.
ITAR-TASS also quoted Voice of Russia chairman, Armen Oganesyan, who said
that the company expects to widen the scope of its broadcasts in the
languages of other CIS countries, as well the Baltic states.
(Source: ITAR-TASS news agency, Moscow via BBC Monitoring via Media Network
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