Type of site
|Available in||Russian, Ukrainian|
|Alexa rank||1,329 (April 2014[update])|
|Launched||August 28, 2000|
Yelena Bereznitskaya-Bruni replaced the initial Editor in Chief Igor Barchugov in 2001. The network has a head office in Moscow, Russia and two foreign posts. The network set up editorial offices in Israel and Ukraine.
Besides the basic site, the NEWSru service owns a number of special interest news sites.
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- Khaitina, Natalia (2000-08-28). "NTV.ru site opened before the target date" (in Russian). Netoscope. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28.
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- Khaitina, Natalia (2001-04-19). "NTV.ru left Ostankino" (in Russian). Netoscope. Archived from the original on 2013-04-07.
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- "Update your "Favourites". The new name of our site is NEWSru.com" (in Russian). NEWSru.com. 2002-10-23.
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- NEWSru.com (in Russian)