RT is an international TV network. RT headquarter is located in Moscow, Russia. It has offices all over the world and covers news in English, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, French and German. The primary English Channel was launched in 2005.
Trump administration Covid-19 adviser Scott Atlas ripped public-health officials for “egregious” policy failures – only to be forced to apologize after mainstream media deflected his points by attacking him for appearing on RT.
Oxford University academics interviewed two dozen former RT employees in a bid to reveal the inner workings of our newsroom. However, they didn’t need secret interviews to find out we’re a bit skeptical of the West.
A satirical video using “deepfake” technology to show US President Donald Trump as coming to work for RT after the November election was taken very seriously by ‘Russiagate’ peddlers at the Daily Beast and the Lincoln Project.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo apparently thought that ‘revealing’ a nonsensical quote he posted about Iran sanctions was actually authored by President Barack Obama somehow invalidated RT’s coverage of reactions to it.
A letter from Labour’s Shadow Culture Secretary Jo Stevens to communications regulator Ofcom demands that RT’s media license be reviewed, but a poll shows the party itself doesn’t want censorship, but to make their own decisions.