RT (Russia) have a Starscore of 400,319 and are No.1133 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 147,767 Twitter followers, 2,201,408 Facebook fans and 1,525,099,875 YouTube views. Today RT (Russia) gained 528 Twitter followers, gained 2,309 Facebook fans and gained 844,813 YouTube views. Their social media ranking has moved up 46 places in the daily TV Chart to no.77 and remains at no.31 in the all time TV Chart.
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Template:Pp-disputeRT, previously known as Russia Today, is an international multilingual Russian-based television network created in 2005.RT presents round-the-clock news bulletins, documentaries, talk shows, and debates, as well as sports news and cultural programs on Russia aimed at the overseas news market. The network's signal is carried by 22 satellites and over 230 operators, which allows some 644 million people to watch the channel in more than 100 countries. RT America is available to 85 million people in the United States. In 2011 it was the second most-watched foreign news channel in the U.S. after BBC World News, and the number one foreign station in five major U.S. urban areas in 2012. It is also very popular among younger American people, U.S. college students, and in U.S. inner city neighborhoods. In 2013 RT has become the first TV news channel in history to reach 1 billion views on YouTube. According to the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board between 2.2–2.3 million Britons tuned their televisions to RT during the second half of 2012, making it the fourth-most watched rolling news channel in Britain, behind BBC News, Sky News and Al Jazeera English.The network asserts that RT offers a Russian perspective on global events. However critics have accused it of being a propaganda outlet for the Russian government. In 2013 President Putin admitted “Certainly the channel is funded by the government, so it cannot help but reflect the Russian government’s official position” but stressed “we never intended this channel, RT, as any kind of apologetics for the Russian political line”.