- Soviet Information Bureau
Soviet Information Bureau ( _ru. Советское информационное бюро ("Sovetskoye informatsionnoye byuro"), commonly known as Sovinformburo (Совинформбюро)) was a leading
Soviet news agencyin 1941 - 1961. It was established on June 24, 1941, shortly after the opening of the Eastern Front of World War IIby a directive of Sovnarkomand the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union"to bring into the limelight international events, military developments, and day-to-day life through printed and broadcast media." [ [http://eng.9may.ru/eng_inform_war/m9005510 Sovinformburo during WWII] ] During the war Sovinformburo directed the activity of the All-Slavonic Committee, Anti-Nazi Committee of Soviet Women, Anti-Nazi Committee of the Soviet Youth, Anti-Nazi Committee of Soviet Scientists and the Jewish Anti-Nazi Committee. In 1944, a special bureau on propaganda for foreign countries was set up as part of Sovinformburo. [ [http://www.russianembassy.org/RUSSIA/mass_media.htm Mass Media in Russia] ] In 1961 Sovinformburo was transformed into Novosti Press Agency. Today it's successor is RIA Novosti.
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