16 August 1999 Moscow-If there was ever a textbook example of journalists shaping public opinion, it was the Russian media’s role during the Kosovo crisis. In the early weeks of the conflict, all four national channels-irrespective of their ownership-devoted an inordinate amount of their news and current affairs programs to the war in Yugoslavia. In […]

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