Channel One is the largest broadcasting channel in Russia and its programs are viewed by 98,8% of the population.
In 2002 the channel launched its international broadcast. Nowadays “Channel One. Worldwide network” broadcasts all over the world.
One of the major national television channels. Its programs are viewed by more than 140 million people.
The National Madia Group stake is 25%.
Rich history and untarnished reputation of Channel 5 provide it with high viewers’ credibility and form a multimillion loyal audience of the channel. Broadcasting began in July 1938. Since October 2006 Channel 5 has been the only federal TV company which broadcasts from St. Petersburg.
Corresponding to its name, Channel 5 consistently maintains its fifth place among the leaders of federal broadcast.
The National Media Group stake is 72,4%.
REN TV is one of the largest private Russian TV companies.
Most popular regional broadcasters are part of this TV Company. The channel network includes 1137 independent terrestrial and cable companies from Russia, the CIS and Baltic countries. Potential audience of the channel is more than 120 million viewers.
In Russia 15 million people watch REN TV every day, which is about 22% of the whole Russian population aged 4 and older.
The National Media Group stake is 82%.
The national newspaper "Izvestia" traces its hystory back to 1917 and is widely regarded to be one of the oldest newspaper in Russia.
Five-day weekly newspaper draws attention of a readership exceeding 300 000.
"Izvestia" is a source of business and political news. The newspaper covers the news of political, economic, business, cultural and sport sectors in Russia and abroad.
The National Media Group stake is 98,32%.
RUSSIAN NEWS SERVICE
The radio station, founded in 2011, broadcasts in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
It is a unique informational system that includes radio and news agency.
“RNS” presents a unique informational interactive format ‘news-talk’ that supplies the audience with impartial and useful information from reliable sources. Opinion leaders from different spheres often go on the air.
In 2014 “Russian News Service” headed the citation index list among Russian radio stations.
The National Media Group stake is 100%.
ART PICTURES VISION
The company “Art Pictures Vision” was established in 2012 by the founders of the “Art Pictures” group.
“Art Pictures Vision” is one of the leading Russian producers of TV films and serials. The principal difference from other filmmakers is the focus on the quality of products and a serious approach to the creation of television projects.
The company debuted with a film “Dog’s job” (8 episodes) and a serial “One, two! Love you”. In 2013 the company launched a large-scale project about hockey – “Molodezhka” (40 episodes), in which the creative team recreated spectacular scenes of hockey games and applied visual effects earlier used only in the filmmaking industry.
The National Media Group stake is 50%.
Metro – St. Petersburg established itself as a leader of print media in St. Petersburg.
Its daily circulation is over 300 000, 80% of which is distributed for free in the underground during rush hours.
Metro – St. Petersburg audience is quite different from the rivals’ ones. The newspaper is mostly read by young and active citizens.
Every day the newspaper publishes St. Petersburg, Russian and world news, as well as the news from financial and sport spheres.
The National Media Group stake is 100%.
Sport–Express is one of the leading Russian daily sports newspapers. It was founded in 1991. It is spread to more than 309 cities in Russia and the Near Abroad. The circulation is 220 000 editions, with the daily average audience of over 486 000 readers.
The National Media Group stake is 75%.
Media Alliance was founded in October 2015 as a joint venture of the National Media Group and Discovery Communications. The company manages 11 TV channels of Discovery Networks in Russia. A flagship Discovery Channel, as well as Animal Planet, TLC, Eurosport are leaders in their fields on Russian market of subscription TV.