Five unknown broke into the editor of Business FM in Nizhny Novgorod with the requirement to put them on the air to announce sensation. As told to Agency "Interfax-Volga" chief editor of the station Vladimir Treptow, they actually blocked the work of the revision from 16:30 to 19:00 Moscow time.
The reinforcement of the promises the management of the radio station was asked to provide the documents, explaining that only after that "sensational information" that can go on the air. In response to the unknown asked how much they will pay for it.
Around 19:00 arrived at the scene, representative of the center "e" and the local police. They took the rowdy to the police station.
"It was like a clown", — summed up the chief editor. Treptow suggests that in addition to violations of articles of the law "On mass media" about obstructing the lawful activities of journalists, detainees have nothing to show.
Business FM started broadcasting in Nizhny Novgorod in 2012. At the same time the city has formed a regional edition.
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