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ASTANA, February 27 (Itar-Tass) — Kazakhstan’s cable television operator Alma TV said on Monday it would stop rebroadcasting Russia’s three channels – RTR Planeta, Rossiya 24 and Rossiya K.
The parties failed to reach a compromise on “mutually advantageous terms” for cooperation.
Alma TV said in a statement that it conducted several rounds of talks with a representative of the Russian copyright holder company on further cooperation in rebroadcasting RTR Planeta (travelogue channel), Rossiya 24 (news channel) and Rossiya K (culture and art-oriented channel).
“However, our company will have to stop rebroadcasting the above-mentioned channels as of March 1, 2012, as we failed to come to mutually advantageous terms for cooperation,” the operator’s press service said.