Russia Today

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RT (Russia Today) is a United States-based television channel and a global news network that is financed by the government of Russia. RT is broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. It shows an viewpoint from president Vladimir Putin and criticizes the intervention-policies by Barack Hussein Obama in the Libyan War and Syrian Civil War. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.[1]

History

Russia Today was launched in December 2005 to question the Mainstream Media. It currently broadcasts in 19 countries. RT supported Liberal Occupy Wall Street-movement.[2] It is available in English, Russian, Spanish, Arabic and German.

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  1. 35 years: RT's on-air discussion panel anticipating Manning's sentence 1min:30sec. RT LIVE (21 Aug 2013). Retrieved on 30 Jan 2017.
  2. http://rt.com/about-us/