National Media Group


Kabaeva fattens in the "National Media Group"


The former athlete earns almost 1 million rubles a day in the holding of a friend of Putin.

Kovalchuk opened his mouth on Channel One


The President signed a decree allowing the government to reduce its stake in Channel One below 51%. Control can be obtained by private shareholders, the largest of which is Yuri Kovalchuk's National Media Group.

Six apartments, two houses and 70 acres: how Alina Kabaeva became a neighbor of Yuri Chaika


Journalists found a billion-dollar home and apartment at the Olympic champion, but could not find a source of such income /

Marat Kabaev told Forbes about business and relations with his daughter


The father of the Olympic champion Alina Kabaeva heads the International Association of Islamic Business, but does not conduct business.

Alina Kabaeva's father is the patron of the Moscow Renovators


Head of the construction complex of the capital Marat Khusnullin owes his career to Marat Kabaev - the father of ex-deputy Alina Kabaeva. Now they will be the main actors of the renovation program in Moscow.

The richest family clans in Russia


Forbes has been ranking the most successful entrepreneurial dynasties for four years consequently. The cumulative wealth of the ten richest families of Russia over the past year has increased by $2 billion, up to $27 billion. In three of them, newcomers appeared who received shares in business.

The advertising market has grown faster than the Russian economy


Expenditure on the promotion of companies in the Russian media over the past year increased by 11%.

Sanctions for President


President of the National Media Group, Kirill Kovalchuk, came under US sanctions. However, it shouldn't affect his partnership with the American holding Discovery and Turner.

The founder of STS is the main contender for the purchase of Vedomosti


Peter Hervey may soon acquire the assets of Sanoma Independent Media publishing house for resale to Gazprom-Media Holding or the National Media Group.

Alina Kabaeva high jumped


She will head the board of the National Media Group.