MOSCOW, November 10 (Sputnik) – New media brand Sputnik, designed by International Information Agency Rossiya Segodnya for a global audience, will give an alternative viewpoint on the world events, Rossiya Segodnya Director General Dmitry Kiselev said at the presentation of the Sputnik group Monday.
"We will verify information, our information will be reliable. We will provide alternative interpretations that are, undoubtedly, in demand around the world. We think that the world is tired of the unipolar point of view… We believe that the basis of such a multicolored and multipolar world is international law, a world by rule," Kiselev said.
New media brand Sputnik, with modern multimedia centers in dozens of countries, went live on November 10. Sputnik's multimedia centers, located in major world capitals, will maintain their own websites and broadcast from local radio stations.
In 2015, Sputnik is expected to broadcast in 30 languages, with over 800 hours of radio programming daily, covering over 130 cities in 34 countries. Sputnik's exclusive content is designed for a global audience of billions of people who are tired of aggressive propaganda promoting a unipolar world and want a different perspective.