Category : Ekho Moskvy
Too dangerous to stay: Russia’s journalists are leaving the country
A country with the largest territory in the world and a turbulent modern history, Russia is home to one of the most difficult media landscapes. Independent media has been around for less than three years, and in that time censorship has been tightening its grip with new-found strength.
Russia’s rules of engagement
Independent Radio station Ekho Moskvy is well known in Russia as a bastion of free speech. Editor-in-chief Alexei Venediktov
tells Maria Eismont
about everyday dealing with death threats, censorship and the Kremlin