Russia’s Media Blackout

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Russia’s Media Blackout” – below is their description.

Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy Research Director Joan Donovan joins Emily Chang for a discussion on Russia’s clamp down on information after a state channel employee protested the war and Putin during a live broadcast.

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