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MOSCOW, February 03. /ITAR-TASS/. Sport-Express and the Itar-Tass News Agency have joined efforts to give interesting and pressing information from Sochi to their audience.
Within 16 days of the Olympic Games the audience can follow the events due to the kind of “crossing call” of the most popular newspaper and the Russian news agency. Different news, exclusive interviews, scores, inside information, photos and video will be presented to the audience. Since February 6 information will be accessible on the websites www.sport-express.ru and www.itar-tass.com.
Twenty-five journalists and eight photographers have been sent to Sochi in order not to lose any detail of the Olympic Games. The audience can give comments, put photos and videos in Twitter’s #SOCHIONLINE.