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RBC announces new appointment: Elizaveta Osetinskaya to become editor-in-chief of RBC projects
Moscow, December 2, 2013– RBC OJSC (Moscow Exchange: RBCM) hereby announces the appointment of a senior executive.
Starting January 15, 2014, the new position of editor-in-chief of RBC’s projects (rbc.ru website, RBC TV channel, RBC daily newspaper, RBC magazine, etc.) will be held by Elizaveta Osetinskaya.
“RBC provides its readers with full coverage of business information using all possible media platforms, including printed publications, Internet, and multimedia. We should make the most of this advantage and provide the audience with high-quality content created in accordance with a single standard of high-quality journalism. To do so, RBC should make full use of all resources available to the company. I am delighted that Elizaveta is ready and willing to face such an ambitious challenge,” RBC CEO Derk Sauer commented.
Elizaveta Osetinskaya was born in 1977 in Moscow. Elizaveta graduated from the economics department of the Moscow State University in 1998 and Kingston University business school in 2005. Her journalistic career started in 1995 as a reporter of Rosbusinessconsulting news agency. In 1997-1999, Elizaveta was an economic reporter at Segodnya newspaper. From November 1999, she worked for Vedomosti business daily in the positions of a reporter, editor, deputy editor-in-chief, and editor-in-chief. In March 2007-Febarury 2010, Elizaveta was the editor-in-chief of Vedomosti and in February 2010-April 2011, she worked as the editor-in-chief of Vedomosti.ru. website. In May 2011-December 2013, she was the editor-in-chief of the Russian version of Forbes magazine.
RBC is a leading Russian multimedia holding, with leadership positions in news and business media as well as in domain name registration and hosting. RBC provides a full coverage of business information via key media platforms and offers means of communications and additional services on the Internet and on mobile devices. The holding’s aggregate audience exceeds 72m people per month.