A board shake-up in opposition outlet

Alexey Venediktov , editor-in-chief of Echo of Moscow (Ekho Moskvy), the opposition radio station, speaks to The Associated Press Television in his office in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Venediktov claims that a Kremlin-controlled media holding that owns two thirds of the radio is seeking to reshuffle Ekho's management to stop its critical coverage of the March 4 presidential vote. Russia's oldest independent radio state has for years been critical of Kremlin's policies. Source: AP

Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012 - Alexey Venediktov , editor-in-chief of Echo of Moscow (Ekho Moskvy), the Russian capital's main opposition radio station, speaks to The Associated Press Television in his office. Venediktov claims that a Kremlin-controlled media holding that owns two thirds of the radio is seeking to reshuffle Ekho's management to stop its critical coverage of the March 4 presidential vote. Russia's oldest independent radio state has for years been critical of Kremlin's policies. Source: AP

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