Formed in 1990, RUSSIA TELEVISION AND RADIO is the largest media corporation in the Russian Federation.
Structure of RUSSIA TELEVISION AND RADIO:
- National: Russia 1, Russia 24, Russia-K;
- RTR-Planet, international Russian-language channel;
- Caruosel TV, for children and youngsters;
- Euronews, Russian-language edition;
REGIONAL TV/RADIO COMPANIES – 93 stations;
RADIO STATIONS: Radio Rossii, Mayak, Kultura, Vesti FM and Yunost;
ONLINE CHANNELS and WEB PORTALS: Rossiya, Vesti.ru, Autovesti.ru, Strana.ru, Russia.tv, Vestifinance.ru, Hitechvesti.ru, Filmpro.ru, Sportbox.ru, Rutv.ru;
DIGITAL TV: Moya Planeta (My Planet), Nauka 2.0 (Science 2.0), Istoriya (History), Sport, Sport 1, Boitsovskiy Club (Fight Club), Russky Bestseller (Russian Bestseller), Russky Roman (Russian Classics), Sarafan, Russky Detektiv (Russian Detective), Mult (Cartoon), Mobilniye Tekhnologii (Mobile Technologies).
SOVTELEXPORT, the distribution arm of Russia Television and Radio, promotes and distributes the content of Russia Television and Radio and other producers worldwide.
The content catalogue contains over 20’000 hours of the latest programming in various genres: feature films, drama series, documentaries, TV concerts and children’s shows.
Every year, SOVTELEXPORT’s content is showcased at major international markets and prestigious TV and film festivals.
SOVTELEXPORT has worked successfully with the leading companies in the global television industry: Discovery – USA; BBC – United Kingdom; Canal+, Arte and Planete – France; Rai and Mediaset – Italy; Danish Broadcasting Corporation – Denmark; YLE – Finland; Plus TV – Cyprus; CCTV and Phoenix Satellite – China; CANAL 22 – Mexico; Telewizja Polska S.A. – Poland; Radio and Television of Slovakia – Slovakia; RTV Slovenija – Slovenia; BTV – Bulgaria; RTS Serbian Broadcasting Corporation and Radio-televizija Republike Srpske – Serbia; KBS – South Korea; Axess TV – Sweden; Channel 9 LTD – Israel and others.