The Info List - NEWSru.com

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is a Russian online news sites.[2] Originally it functioned as NTV's website under the address ntv.ru. The site remains part of Vladimir Gusinsky's media holding. Yelena Bereznitskaya-Bruni replaced the initial Editor in Chief Igor Barchugov in 2001. The network has a head office in Moscow, Russia
and two foreign posts. The network set up editorial offices in Israel and Ukraine.


1 History 2 Projects 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The change of ownership at NTV was followed by a redesign of the news site which remained with the former NTV owner Vladimir Gusinsky.[3][4] In April 2001 the TV channel became part of OAO Gazprom Media.[5][6] In October 2002 the news site moved to another domain name, NEWSru.com[7][8] and the original domain ntv.ru has been transferred to the broadcasting company under the mutual arrangement. Projects[edit] Besides the basic site, the NEWSru
service owns a number of special interest news sites. Among defunct projects is 2004.newsru.com, devoted in due time to Russian presidential election, 2004.[9] References[edit]

^ "Newsru.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-04-01.  ^ Yulikova, Maria (February 2008). "My Media". Index on Censorship. 37 (1): 179–182. doi:10.1080/03064220701882772. Archived from the original on 2009-09-01.  ^ "NTV.ru server revealed" (in Russian). Netoscope. 2000-08-28. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28.  ^ Khaitina, Natalia (2000-08-28). "NTV.ru site opened before the target date" (in Russian). Netoscope. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28.  ^ Khaitina, Natalia (2001-04-16). "NTV and NTV.ru — two big differences" (in Russian). Netoscope. Archived from the original on 2005-12-23.  ^ Khaitina, Natalia (2001-04-19). "NTV.ru left Ostankino" (in Russian). Netoscope. Archived from the original on 2013-04-07.  ^ Goncharov, Konstantin (2002-10-18). "NTVRU.com changes the name" (in Russian). Compulenta.  ^ "Update your "Favourites". The new name of our site is NEWSru.com" (in Russian). NEWSru.com. 2002-10-23.  ^ "Presidential elections 2004 - Media". BalticData.info. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 

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