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Russia-Cultura
Россия-Культура
Russia-Cultura.svg
CountryRussia
Broadcast areaRussia
Worldwide
NetworkVGTRK
HeadquartersMoscow, Russia
Programming
Language(s)Russian
Picture format576i (SDTV) 16:9
Ownership
OwnerRussian Government
Sister channelsRussia-1, Bibigon, Russia-2, Russia-24, RTR-Planeta
History
LaunchedNovember 1, 1997 (1997-11-01)[1]
Former namesRTR-2 (November 1 — December 31, 1997)
Kultura (January 1, 1998 — December 31, 2009)
Links
Websitehttp://tvkultura.ru/
Availability
Terrestrial
AnalogueChannel 09 (Limited coverage for St. Peterburg and Leningrad except the rest of Russia)
DigitalChannel 06
Cable
MGTSChannel 09
Satellite
NTV Plus (Russia)Channel 07
Vostochnii ExpressChannel 05
Raduga TVChannel 35
IPTV
Max 7Channel 79
Streaming media
CytaVisionChannel 18 SDTV 31 HDTV
Satellite radio
VerizonChannel 16

Russia-K (Russian: Россия Культура, romanizedRossiya Kul'tura "Russia - Culture") is a national Russian countrywide not-for-profit television channel, broadcasting culture and arts-oriented shows. It belongs to the state-controlled VGTRK group.

It was initially called RTR-2, then renamed Kultura (Culture) on 1 January 1998[2] and finally on 1 January 2010 it was rebranded as Russia-K.

From 2 October 2001 to 3 September 2017 on the channel there was a block of European news channel Euronews. Between 2007 and 2010 in the daytime, a children's channel called Bibigon was broadcast.

The channel produces and rebroadcasts many of its own programs in the various fields of culture and science. The channel specializes in programs on Russian and world history, science, literature, music, fine and decorative arts, and architecture.

Among the channel's programs are cultural news channel programs, meetings with interesting people, documentary series, lectures by leading domestic and foreign scholars, programs, and discussions on various spheres of social life. The channel features talented people, such as artists, writers, artists, scientists, politicians. and military figures. The programs include classical music concerts, operas, ballets, and musical competitions.[3]

Sergey Shumakov has been the editor-in-chief since 2009.

The TV channel does not broadcast advertisements, but it promotes cultural events.

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