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MOSCOW, November 18. /TASS/. The participants in the 19th international congress of the National Association of TV and Radio Broadcasters (NAT) will discuss in Moscow the strategy of the development of television and radio broadcasting in Russia until 2025 in the context of economic crisis.
The NAT conference and the exhibition of the broadcasting equipment NATEXPO-2015 will be held between November 18 and November 20 at the Exhibition of Economic Achievements (VDNKh).
The association’s press service told TASS that "the participants in the congress would focus on the legal, technological, financial and economic tasks and the problems of TV and radio broadcasting under current conditions and the prospects for the development of the branch until 2025."
"During the three days plenary sessions will be held focusing on the state policy in the field of electronic media, business strategies of TV channels at a time of economic crisis, the prospects for broadcasting in the analog and digital formats for regional television companies and other issues," the NAT press service said.
Taking part in the congress will be lawmakers, senior managers of the Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media, the relevant federal agencies, media holding companies, federal and regional TV broadcasters and communications providers.