Kremlin seeks to connect with web-savvy young citizens

Russia's government has long relied on state-controlled TV to get its message across to citizens. But it is finding that connecting with young Russians in today's internet-dominated world is increasingly difficult.

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    Russia's government has long relied on state-controlled TV to get its message across to citizens.

    But it is finding that connecting with young Russians in today's internet-dominated world is increasingly difficult. Kremlin has now set up the Duma's Council of Bloggers.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports from Moscow.


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