Russia Today (RT) does not create or promote fake news, according to Anna Belkina, the broadcaster’s director of communications.
A French language version of the TV channel RT (Russia Today) will make its debut this December.
Natwest Bank has reversed its decision to close the accounts of RT (Russia Today) in the UK.
Facebook has imposed a temporary ban on RT (Russia Today) from posting its video content, photos and news stories due to a copyright dispute.
RT (Russia Today) is to receive an additional $19 million in state funding over the next two years.
RT, formerly known as Russia Today, has had all its bank accounts frozen in the UK.
Russia’s Ministry of Finance has recommended cutting the funding for public media, including RT (the former Russia Today).
The on demand service Megogo has launched its own virtual reality application.
The budget for RT (former Russia Today) will amount to R19 billion (€271 million) in 2016, or R1.84 billion less than this year.
The French 24/7 version of RT (formerly Russia Today) is now set for “some time in 2016.”