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Watch Echo of Moscow Radio – Zhivoi Gvozd Live TV from Russia

News TV Channel / Echo of Moscow is a Russian radio station based in Moscow, broadcasting in many Russian cities, some of the former-Soviet republics (through partnerships with local radio stations), and via the Internet. Most of Echo of Moscow’s content consists of news and talk shows focusing on social and political issues, where the station tries to represent different points of view. The current senior editor is Alexey Venediktov. Radio hosts of the station include Victor Shenderovich, Yulia Latynina, Sergey Parkhomenko, Yevgenia Albats, Vladimir Kara-Murza, Vladimir Ryzhkov, Maria Gaidar, Yevgeny Yasin and Sophie Shevardnadze. As of April 2014 Yulia Latynina is the most popular presenter at the radio station.

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On 1 March 2022, it was taken off the air by Roskomnadzor as a result of its coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. On 3 March, the board of directors voted to close the station down. While the radio programming of Ekho of Moscow ceased to exist, Venediktov and most of the employees began a spin-off YouTube channel, Zhivoi Gvozd’ (literally “Live Nail”, in Russian a rhyming pun on the common term “Live Guest”), which follows the late station’s format and schedule. In October 2022, Echo resumed online programming from Berlin, Germany via its Echo app.

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