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October 2017

31 October 2017

Derk Sauer on Journalism, Russia and Being a Black Sheep

The founder of The Moscow Times looks back

Derk Sauer on Journalism, Russia and Being a Black Sheep

For decades, every night a small fleet of Moscow Times trucks would pick up the latest edition and distribute it around the city, so subscribers could begin their day with coffee and the local newspaper / MT

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Russian Journalist Yekaterina Gordon Announces She'll Run for President in March 2018

Yekaterina Gordon, a 37-year-old journalist and singer-songwriter with her own law firm, on Monday announced she would be putting herself forward as a candidate for presidential elections in March 2018.

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Russian Investigative Newspaper Says ‘No Choice’ But to Arm Staff After Radio Host Was Stabbed

The editor-in-chief of Russia’s investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta says he will arm his staff after a journalist at an opposition-leaning radio station was stabbed earlier this week.

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18 October 2017

Designing The Moscow Times

Since I was around Moscow anyway working on different projects, Derk asked me to come up with the first design for a free, tabloid-format newspaper that would be reminiscent of the style of the New York newspaper The Village Voice.

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13 October 2017

Russian Read Russia Award To Be Presented At Book Fair In Madrid

Liber-2017 International book fair is opened in the capital of Spain. New Russian books are displayed there, Rospechyat website informs. More than thirty leading editions including Eksmo, ROSSPEN, Time and others are taking part in it. 

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11 October 2017

Russian Book Market Consolidation: Is It Closing Out Smaller Players?

Larger publishing companies in Russia attract more government support, say critics, while smaller houses struggle to keep up.

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