Sputnik, a major new media brand with modern multimedia centers in dozens of countries, was launched on November 10, 2014.
Sputnik points the way to a multipolar world that respects every country’s national interests, culture, history and traditions.
Sputnik tells the untold. The agency is uniquely positioned as a provider of alternative news content and a radio broadcaster.
Sputnik’s broadcasting is entirely geared toward foreign audiences.
All of Sputnik’s editorial boards in major world capitals will maintain their own websites and broadcast from local radio stations.
Sputnik has multimedia press centers, it produces exclusive content for own web-sites and has radio service for the local audience.
Sputnik’s radio broadcasting will use only modern formats, such as FM, digital DAB/DAB+ (Digital Radio Broadcasting), HD-Radio, as well as mobile phones and the Internet.
Sputnik produces its own multimedia content and broadcasts in: Russian, Abkhaz, Azerbaijani, Arabic, Armenian, Chinese, Crimean Tatar, Dari, English, Estonian, French, Finnish, German, Georgian, Hindi, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Latvian, Moldavian, Polish, Portuguese, Pashto, Spanish, Serbian, Turkish, Tajik, Uzbek, Ukrainian, Japanese.
Sputnik news feeds in English, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese are available around the clock. Regional editorial offices in Washington, Cairo, Beijing and Montevideo work 24/7 to provide a non-stop newscast.
Sputnik photo service relies on a worldwide network of photojournalists.