Channel One began broadcasting in 1995, and is today one of the major national broadcasters in Russia. Channel One’s successful and unique format is a combination of the heritage of the best traditions of Russian national television and modern television innovations and trends. Precise, up-to-date information, high-quality production and original programming make Channel One a model of television quality, and first in popularity among both viewers and advertisers. The programs and hosts of Channel One are annually acknowledged at the most respected Russian and international television contests and festivals. The channel broadcasts a wide range of genres and forms: Russian cinema classics and world premieres, hit Russian and foreign miniseries, made-for-TV novel adaptations, and cartoons. More than 700 broadcast cable providers in the CIS and Baltic countries offer Channel One.
RWS In-House Projects on Channel One
Sea Patrol / aka “Morskoi Patrul” (8 episodes, Channel One, Directed by E. Serov, 2008)
State TV Channel “Russia” is one of the country’s national channels, available to 98.5% of the Russian population. The channel, which airs information programs, television movies and series, talk-shows, quizzes, feature films and documentaries, as well as sporting events, is watched by more than 50 million viewers in the CIS and Baltic States.
RWS In-House Projects on Channel Russia
Detective Brothers / aka “Bratia Detectivy” (12 episodes, directed by A. Treiman, K. Kondarshina, O. Karas, 2008) Cobra. Antiterror (24 episodes, Channel Russia, directed by I. Apasyan, Yu. Kuzmenko, O. Fesenko, A. Sivers, 2003) Cobra (18 episodes, Channel Russia, directed by I. Apasyan, Yu. Kuzmenko, 2001) Maroseyka, 12 (8 episodes, Channel Russia, directed by I. Apasyan, A. Mayorov, 2000)
CTC is a television channel offering high quality entertainment programming targeted at viewers aged 6—54. Approximately 100 million
people are within CTC’s signal reach. Domashny Network, a division of CTC Media that was launched in 2005, is targeted at females aged 25—60. Approximately a million people are currently within Domashny’s signal reach. DTV, another division of CTC, airs detective, action and documentary programming for viewers aged 25 to 54. Approximately 58 million people are within DTV's signal reach.
RWS In-House Projects on CTC
Ginger / aka “Ryzhaya” (100 episodes, CTC, directed by Yu. Leyzerov, 2008) The Champion (40 episodes, CTC, directed by A. Nasybullin, V. Dantsiger, 2008) Atlantis / aka “Atlantida” (40 episodes, CTC, directed by A. Sukharev, S. Pikalov, F. Farkhshatova, V. Dantsiger, 2007-2008)
Telecompany NTV was established in 1993 and is the only private channel with federal status. NTV is broadcast in Russia, CIS, Western Europe, Near East, USA and Canada, and reaches 120 million people.
RWS In-House Projects on NTV
Pain / aka “Vrachebnaya Taina” (120 episodes, NTV, directed by A. Stein, A. Sukharev, V. Serikov, 2006) Young and Wicked / aka Molodye I Zlye” (50 episodes, NTV, directed by A. Ofengeim, 2006) The Zone / aka «The Zone» (directed by P. Stein, 2006)
FOX Life is a high quality entertainment channel premiering the most important and current international programming. The channel is part of the 18 entertainment and news networks distributed worldwide by Fox International Channels (FIC).
Ginger / aka “Ryzhaya” (directed by Yu. Leyzerov, 2008)
The Champion (40 episodes, CTC, directed by A. Nasybullin, V. Dantsiger, 2008) Sea Patrol / aka “Morskoi Patrul” (directed by E. Serov, 2008) Atlantis / aka “Atlantida” (40 episodes, CTC, directed by A. Sukharev, S. Pikalov, F. Farkhshatova, V. Dantsiger, 2007-2008) Antidope / aka “Antidur” (directed by V. Shchegolkov, 2007) and others
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