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 (Russia Today) may launch a service aimed at the Balkan region in 2016.
The French 24/7 version of RT (formerly Russia Today) is now set for “some time in 2016.”
The UK branch of the Spanish bank BBVA has blocked the transfer of ad revenues received by RT (Russia Today) in the UK.
The owner of London Live, the London Evening Standard and The Independent has told Russia Today (RT) that any action by Ofcom against the broadcaster would reflect badly on Britain.
RT (Russia Today) has been threatened with statutory sanctions by Ofcom for breaching impartiality rules in its reporting of events in Ukraine earlier this year.
Russia Today plans to allocate R1.399 billion (€29.3 million) for a new French language version of the channel.