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Development's Trends of Russian-language TV Broadcasting in the Countries of Near Abroad

Student: Valeriy Borodulin

Supervisor: Alexander Sharikov

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Management (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The work is devoted to the study of trends in the development of Russian-language television broadcasting in recognized, unrecognized and partially recognized states of the near abroad, which is particularly relevant in the context of integration and disintegration processes occurring in the region. It was hypothesized that the number of Russian-language channels in a particular national television market depends on the level of interstate integration of the state in which it is located. As part of the work, a classification of television broadcasting actors in Russian was developed, based on how cross-border TV channels adapt to local conditions. According to the study, the most open and closed markets for Russian-language television broadcasting were identified.

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