Youtube: German-speaking channel removed from Russian broadcaster RT

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BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – The video platform Youtube has again removed a German-language channel of the Russian state broadcaster RT. The channel should be part of a new live program, which can also be seen on the website. RT DE spoke of the start of a new television channel.

A YouTube spokesman announced on Thursday: “YouTube has always had clear community guidelines that define what is and what is not allowed on the platform. RT DE was terminated on YouTube in September for circumventing our terms of use.”

In the event of termination, the channel owner should not use, own or create any other YouTube channels, the spokesman said. “As a result of this bypass attempt, the new channel” RT on air “was permanently removed because of the violation of the YouTube terms of use.” The blockage took place on Thursday morning. According to the information, the German-language channel was shown a few hours earlier.

The spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Sakharova, wrote on the Telegram social network that she had just given an interview to RT DE when the YouTube livestream was interrupted by the blockade. “But we didn’t expect anything else,” she added. RT initially only confirmed that the new German-language live channel had been deleted on the first day – and announced that it would find out the reasons for this. Sakharova had previously congratulated RT DE on the “start of broadcast”.


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