A Russian TV station is reporting that the Russian public is not happy with the way their country’s television channel, RT, is running russian propaganda.
The report, which was broadcast on Sunday, said that the channel’s current slogan, ‘Russia’s people have had enough’ is “russophobic” and said that Russia “has had enough” of being used as a tool by the US to influence public opinion in the country.RT is an English-language television network which is known for its controversial views.
Its Russian-language TV channel was founded in 2003 by veteran RT host Dmitry Kovalev.
The channel is based in the Russian city of Krasnodar, which hosts a large Russian-speaking population.
It has a long history of airing Russian language content, including in the form of programmes on a wide range of subjects, including politics, sport, science, music and culture.
It also has a history of breaking news, with its first story appearing on July 14, 2012, when the country’s top court ruled that the country should ban the use of Russian-based online dating site OkCupid.
In October 2017, the country banned Russian language television channels including RT, Sputnik, RT America and RT Newshour.