State-financed Russian international TV broadcaster RT (formerly Russia Today) wants to launch a German-language TV channel.
The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission (LRTK) has suspended the free reception of Russia Today (RT) channels retransmitted or distributed over the internet in the Republic of Lithuania.
The National Electronic Mass Media Council of Latvia (NEPLP), in compliance with sanctions imposed by Council of the European Union (EU), has decided to ban thedistribution of seven RT (formerly known as Russia Today) group channels in Latvia.
Culture secretary Matt Hancock has told the parliamentary culture committee that the future of Russian news channel RT should be decided by the regulator, and not the government.
RT (Russia Today) will register as a foreign agent in the US, according to its editor in chief Margarita Simonyan.
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.