ATR world's only Crimean Tatar TV channel starts broadcasting on Internet
ATR, world's only Crimean Tatar TV channel that had stopped broadcasting in Crimea, as the Russian Federal Service for the Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roscomnadzor) refused to register it, decided to renew its work on the Internet.
ATR editor Roman Spiridonov wrote on Facebook that news from Zaman TV Channel's information service would be available on the websites of ATR and "15 Minutes" web-based media, which is a part of ATR media holding.
Spiridonov said that journalists were already finishing "Children of War" series and a documentary on Crimean Tatars' deportation.
There were already six pieces of news on May 6 posted on the website on Wednesday.
As reported, ATR stopped broadcasting in Crimea on April 1 as Roscomnadzor refused to register it.