Tuesday, March 17, 2009

In Latin America, began broadcasting a new Russian-language TV channel.

Russian-language TV channel "Inter Russia TV Channel", based in Panama, March 17, began broadcasting around the clock to the territory of Latin America. That was reported by ITAR-TASS.
The channel will cover the country from Mexico to Argentina and Chile, and will broadcast news about life in Russia and the world, primarily in Latin America. In addition, viewers will propose transferring to the themes of culture, sport and education. As the agency project manager, a Russian businessman Valery Gaychuk-Bologa, February channel had broadcast in Panama, and now is expanding its audience through the Mexican satellite communications.
According to the entrepreneur, the potential audience of the channel in Latin America is around 120 thousand people. That the citizens of Russia and the CIS countries, who live there and work, as well as graduates of Russian and Soviet universities maintained an interest in Russian culture.

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