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Gazprom-Media
Subsidiary
IndustryMass media
Founded2000
HeadquartersMoscow, Russia
Key people
Nikolay Senkevich, CEO
Dmitry Chernyshenko, Board Chairman
Revenue$126 million[1] (2017)
$9.13 million[1] (Į)
$11 million[1] (2017)
Total assets$75.4 million[1] (2017)
Total equity$24.4 million[1] (2017)
OwnerGazprombank
ParentGazprom OJSC
SubsidiariesNTV, NTV Plus, Echo of Moscow, Tribuna, GPM-Radio
Websitewww.gazprom-media.com

Gazprom-Media (Russian: ОАО Газпром-Медиа) is the largest Russian media holding. It was founded in 2000 as a subsidiary of Gazprom, a large Russian company founded in 1989, which carries on the business of extraction, production, transport, and sale of natural gas.[2]

In 2000, it acquired NTV, the only nationwide state-independent television in Russia of the time, as well as other media assets of Vladimir Gusinsky's Media Most group, which raised a major controversy and resulted in considerable changes in their editorial policy.[2][3] In 2005, Gazprom-Media purchased Izvestia, a leading nationwide newspaper. In August 2005, Gazprom sold the group to Gazprombank, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gazprom.[2]

Media assets

Television

Radio

Paper publications

Internet

Movie and cinema

Directors General

  • Viktor Ilyushin (December 1997 – June 1998)
  • Sergey Zverev (June 1998 – May 1999)
  • Alexander Astafyev (1999–2000)
  • Alfred Kokh (June 2000 - October 2001)
  • Boris Jordan (October 2001 - January 2003)
  • Alexander Dybal (January 2003 – June 2004)
  • Nikolay Senkevich (since July 2004)

Board of directors

Dmitry Chernyshenko (chair)
Ilya Yeliseyev
Nikolay Senkevich
Sergei Ushakov
Konstantin Chuychenko

Management[5]

Dmitry Chernyshenko (CEO, Member of the Board of Directors)
Tatyana Dobrokhvalova (Deputy General Director)
Alexey Krasnov (Deputy General Director)
Denis Sekachev (Deputy General Director)
Ekaterina Veselkova (General Manager Gazprom-Media sale house)
Dmitry Granov (General Director GPM Match)
Artur Janibekyan (General Director GPM Entertainment TV)
Alexey Zemsky (General Director NTV Broadcasting Company)
Yury Kostin (General Director GPM Radio)
Rafael Minasbekyan (General Director GPM KIT)
Vadim Fedotov (General Director GPM Technology)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Бухгалтерская отчётность". Retrieved 28 October 2018.
  2. ^ a b c Газпром [Gazprom] (in Russian). lenta.ru. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  3. ^ Общество: "Газпром" может стать хозяином "Медиа-Моста" к середине 2001 года [Gazprom can become the owner of Media-Most by mid-2001] (in Russian). lenta.ru. November 13, 2000. Retrieved May 8, 2018.
  4. ^ 7 Days: The Russian Oracle, 7 April 2010.Accessed: 5 December 2010.
  5. ^ "Leadership".

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