Television and culture in Putin"s Russia

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Routledge , New York, NY
Television and politics -- Russia (Federation), Television broadcasting of news -- Russia (Federa
StatementStephen Hutchings, Natalia Rulyova.
ContributionsRulyova, Natalia.
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LC ClassificationsPN1992.3.R8 H88 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL22552632M
ISBN 139780415419079
LC Control Number2008042323

This book examines television culture in Russia under the government of Vladimir Putin. In recent years, the growing influx into Russian television of globally mediated genres and formats has coincided with a decline in media freedom and a ratcheting up of government control over the content style of television : Paperback.

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This book examines television culture in Russia under the government of Vladimir Putin. In recent years, the growing influx into Russian television of globally mediated genres and formats has coincided with a decline in media freedom and a ratcheting up of government control over the content style of television programmes.

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