London-based international broadcaster WRN is now available in Moscow on 738 kHz AM 24 hours a day. Previously, the station broadcast from 6am till midnight.
Vsemyrniya Radioset, which translates as World Radio Network, broadcasts Russian language news and feature programmes from international radio broadcasters, alongside local content from Russian broadcasters.
Karl Miosga, WRN's chairman, said: “We are delighted with the success of the Moscow station which has been on the air for the past three years. Russia is a dynamic and fast changing country and its geopolitical position on the world stage means having a voice in Moscow is becoming increasingly important. We would like to invite any broadcasters or producers with programming in Russian or English to contact us to hear about opportunities to be heard in this important city.”