Educational channel Da Vinci is set to launch in Russia after its founders inked a joint venture deal with pan-regional broadcaster Viasat Broadcasting.
The channel, which airs a raft of learning and science programming, was originally launched in Poland in 2007 and has subsequently aired across Romania, Turkey, Hungary, Ukraine, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Macedonia. The new Russian version of the channel, which will launch later this year, will also launch in Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
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