Russia DVB-T2 TV channels

Russia 2,300 TV channels

Russia DVB-T2 TV channels

Russia DVB-T2 TV channels

Russia DVB-T2 TV channels

Russia DVB-T2 TV channels: The Russian TV market tops over 2300 operating TV channels at end of 2015. Gazprom Media, VGTRK, and National Media Group are the largest media holdings. A total of 2,370 TV channels were identified as operating and accessible in Russia and/or having licenses to broadcast in the country, according to a new report of the European Audiovisual Observatory. Of these, at least 520 are regional representatives of national networks, the largest of which (with over 50 regional partners each) are REN TV, TNT, Rossiya 1, CTC, and Rossiya 24. Over 80% of Russian channels are in the hands of private companies, 13% are state-owned, and 5% have combined ownership (some of their shares are held by national or regional authorities). At the start of 2016, the major media holdings, owning the largest number of channels, were Gazprom Media (owning a total of more than 50 channels including the Red Media and ProfMedia holdings), VGTRK (30 channels owned partially or outright, plus regional television and radio companies), and National Media Group (25 channels, including Discovery Communications and Turner Broadcasting Systems). VOD is still growing, and it is doing so faster than other segments of the audiovisual industry. In the future, one can expect to see subscriber services strengthen their position and further growth through mergers and acquisitions.

Russia DVB-T2 TV channels
Russia DVB-T2 TV channels
Russia 2,300 TV channels
Russia 2,300 TV channels
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