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RT America

RT America
Launched February 2010
Network RT
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
(HD feed downgraded to letterboxed 480i for SDTVs)
Country  USA
Language English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Washington, D.C.
Sister channel(s) RT International
Rusiya Al-Yaum
RT Documentary
RT Actualidad
RT Deutsch
RT America broadcast with former anchor Liz Wahl who quit on air in March 2014.[1]

RT America, previously known as Russia Today America, is a TV channel based in Washington, D.C.. It is part of the RT network, a global multilingual television news network based in Moscow and funded by the Russian government. There is also a news bureau in Houston, Texas.

RT America focuses on covering the Americas from an international and Russian perspective, being the second most viewed news channel from a foreign perspective, after BBC World News. It currently only broadcasts in the afternoon and evening, the rest of the air day consisting of the International feed from Moscow. Based in RT's Washington, DC Bureau, RT America also has studios in New York, Houston, Miami and Los Angeles.[2]

RT America programming


RT America News anchors, correspondents, and producers

  • Ameera David 2013-present
  • Lindsay France 2014-present
  • Gayane Chichkyan
  • Sam Sacks
  • Tyrel Ventura
  • Tabetha Wallace
  • Meghan Lopez
  • Mona Zughbi
  • Anastasia Churkina
  • Marina Portnaya 2010-present
  • Karina Stenquist
  • Nicholas Sanchez-O'Donovan
  • Ramon Galindo
  • Justine Underhill
  • Abby Martin
  • Manuel Rapalo
  • Erin Ade
  • Edward Harrison
  • Manila Chan 2014-present
  • Alexey Yaroshevsky 2014-present
  • Ben Swann 2014-present


  • Kristine Frazao 2010-2013
  • Liz Wahl 2011-2014
  • Lauren Lyster 2010-2013
  • Priya Sridhar 2010-2011
  • Dina Gusovsky 2010-2011
  • Cedric Moon 2010-2011
  • Jihan Hafiz
  • Kaelyn Forde 2010-2011
  • Margaret Howell 2013
  • Perianne Boring
  • Rachel Kurzius
  • Jenny Churchill
  • Demetri Kofinas


  1. ^ "((Продажная Шлюха". 
  2. ^ "Usa — Rt". Retrieved 2013-12-03. 

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