Russia’s Gazprom-Media saw its revenues grow by 3% to R98.1 billion (€1.16 billion) in 2019.
The board of directors at Russia’s Gazprom-Media has appointed Alexander Zharov the general director, effective March 24 and for a period of three years.
Alexander Zharov, currently the head of the Russian regulator Roskomnadzor, is to become the new CEO of Gazprom Media.
Russia’s leading pay-TV operator Tricolor has reached a last-minute agreement with Red Media.
Russia’s leading pay-TV operator Tricolor will no longer carry all the channels distributed by Gazprom Media’s Red Media from March 1.
The Gazprom Media-owned TV channel Pyatnitsa has sold Amazon Prime Video the rights to what will be the first-ever Russian reality show to appear on the platform.
The Gazprom-Media OTT service Premier ended January with 1.6 million subscribers, or twice as many as a year earlier.
Russia’s leading pay-TV operator Tricolor has pulled back from withdrawing 33 TV channels from Gazprom-Media from its offer at the beginning of February.
Gazprom-owned Red Media has added a horror channel to its growing portfolio of movie services.
Russia’s Gazprom-Media has launched a new national sports channel.