Echo of Moscow

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Echo of Moscow (Russian: Э́хо Москвы́, romanized: Ekho Moskvy) was a 24/7 commercial Russian radio station in Moscow, Russia. It broadcast in many Russian cities. The only editor-in-chief during its existence was Alexei Venediktov.

On 1 March 2022, it was taken off the air by Roskomnadzor because of their coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. On 3 March, the Board of Directors voted to close the station down.[1]

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  1. Anton Troianovski (3 March 2022). "Echo of Moscow, a liberal Russian radio station, is shut down". The New York Times.