Russia - Media Eric Engleman reports from Moscow, Russia, that a court has ordered the closure of TV-6, Russia's last major independent television station. The channel hired many of the journalists who formerly worked for NTV -- the independent network taken over last spring by a Kremlin-backed company. TV-6 has six months to appeal the court decision.
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Eric Engleman reports from Moscow, Russia, that a court has ordered the closure of TV-6, Russia's last major independent television station. The channel hired many of the journalists who formerly worked for NTV — the independent network taken over last spring by a Kremlin-backed company. TV-6 has six months to appeal the court decision.