Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Radio Sputnik replaces Voice of Russia

24/7 Broadcasting Strategy

Sputnik, a major new media brand with modern multimedia centers in dozens of countries, began live internet broadcast on November 10. All of Sputnik’s multimedia centers located in major world capitals will maintain their own websites and broadcast from local radio stations.

Station identification as, "the Voice of Russia has reached new heights and is now Radio Sputnik ... telling the untold " http://sputniknews.com/radio/

MOSCOW, November 10 (Sputnik) — In 2015, Sputnik will broadcast in 30 languages, with over 800 hours of radio programming a day, covering over 130 cities and 34 countries. Sputnik’s exclusive content is designed for a global audience of billions who are tired of aggressive propaganda promoting a unipolar world and want a different perspective.

The flagship site is www.sputniknews.com.

Sputnik for the world

Offering a fuller picture of the world with a truly diverse range of views, Sputnik tells the untold.

"There are countries that impose their will on both the West and East," Director General of Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency Dmitry Kiselev said. "Wherever they intervene, bloodshed, civil wars and color revolutions ensue. Entire countries fall apart. Iraq, Libya, Georgia, Ukraine, Syria, to name just a few. Many people already understand that the world doesn't necessarily have to believe that the actions of the United States work for everybody. Russia proposes a model for the world that is based on respect for all of humanity. We believe in a diverse, multicultural world, and we have many allies. To promote this outlook our media group is launching a new global brand, Sputnik."

Sputnik points the way to a multi polar world that respects every country's national interests, culture, history and traditions.

Read additional story on Sputnik's strategy and more at http://sputniknews.com/russia/20141110/1014569630.html

Sputnik Radio streaming audio available at: http://sputniknews.com/radio/