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Online advertising is thriving in Russia

The Russian online advertising market grew by 42% in 2010. Experts point out that the contextual advertising market continues to grow while traditional media advertising market continues to decline.

In 2010, the online advertising market in Russia recorded the greatest growth (42%) among the developed countries as well as in BRIC (China - 35%, in


Harper’s Bazaar Invited Partners to Business Breakfast

Harper’s Bazaar invited its advertising partners to the Bazaar Breakfast at the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow on March 17. The business breakfast was dedicated to the 15th anniversary of Harper’s Bazaar in Russia.

Sanoma Independent Media CEO Elena Myasnikova outlined the main trends and the current state of the Russian market for glossy magazines, emphasizing that


Harper's Bazaar on Your iPad

Harper’s Bazaar, one of the world’s most authoritative fashion magazines, presents the first Russian-language fashion application for the iPad.

Since its beginnings in 1867, Harper’s Bazaar has always been at the vanguard of world fashion, setting a high standard of style for its millions of readers. This year, the Russian edition of Harper’s Bazaar celebrates its 15th anniversary. There are numerous pleasant


Vedomosti in Every Vertu Phone

Vedomosti newspaper announces the launch of a new joint project with Vertu, the world-famous manufacturer of luxury mobile phones. Now, all Vertu mobile phone owners can use a special Vedomosti menu item to read articles from the latest issue of the newspaper.

Vedomosti is already distributed in other mobile phone formats. The newspaper’s current daily mobile audience is approaching 20,000 people who use applications to view the publication on their iPhones, iPads and to access


The State Duma will discuss a law on electronic mass media

A draft law proposing a new legal definition of Internet websites (Internet Mass Media) will be reviewed by the State Duma. The draft law was proposed by the head of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy, Information Technology, and Communications, Valery Komissarov.

It is clarified in the explanatory note that the draft law expands the definition of mass media in order to include Internet websites: "the frequency of distribution is supplemented with how often   mass media outlet is updated”.