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New online radio launched for Russian speakers

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New online radio launched for Russian speakers


21.02.2020

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Russian compatriots living abroad, as well as foreigners interested in Russian culture, will become the audience of the new online radio. Rossotrudnichestvo began to work on its creation with the participation of Orpheus radio, the agency’s website reports.

The organizers promise the audience to prepare programs with the most interesting compositions of classical music and radio performances. Prominent figures of Russian culture and art are working on creating content for the radio. It will be supplemented by recordings of the most famous soloists, classics and musicals performers.

The new radio can interest a young audience, as separate sections will be created for kids. 

The new radio channel will be available at the Orpheus radio’s website and mobile app.

At the end of last year, Orpheus Radio and Rossotrudnichestvo concluded a joint creative work agreement. They will promote the cultural heritage of Russia abroad and expand international cooperation in the field of culture.

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