TV-3 (Russia)

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TV-3 logo (2015).png
Launched 1 August 1998
Owned by Gazprom Media
Picture format SECAM (576i)
Audience share 2.5% (February 2012, TNS Russia[1])
Country Russia
Language Russian
Broadcast area Nationwide
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
NTV Plus (Russia) -
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TV-3 is a Russian television channel focused on entertainment. It is part of Gazprom Media company since December, 2013,[2] it mainly broadcasts TV series in mystery, science fiction and fantasy genres.

TV-3 has been accused of propaganda of superstition and esoterism, including showing of films made of statements of scientists taken out of context that made it look like the scientists were talking to the TV-3 presenter;[3] in 2015, it was nominated for "the most harmful pseudoscientific project (for spreading of myths, delusions and superstitions)" antiprize of a state prize of the Ministry of Education and Science; the prize was, however, awarded to REN TV's conspirological documentaries.[4][5]



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