NTV, Russia’s first private, independent television channel, is setting new standards for professional journalism with its unbiased approach to news coverage. But the changing political tides could put its independence at risk. In January, Anne Nivat spoke with Oleg Dobrodeev, NTV’s vice president and editor in chief, and Yevgenii Kisiliev, anchorman of its weekly current-events […]

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