Neil Buckley, The Financial Times' Moscow bureau chief, who's lived in Russia's capital since 2005, joined RT to speak about media and censorship in the country.
“More media outlets, particularly newspapers, are being brought under control of businesses that are friendly to the Kremlin, under indirect state control. National television news has come under tighter control and maybe it's more one-sided that it was when I first arrived here. But it's not a completely uniformed thing – there do exist independent media in Russia, so other information is also available,” Buckley believes.
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