America is a one-hour, live daily television newscast providing U.S. and international news for the Russian-speaking population globally – 45 minutes from Washington and a 15-minute business show produced in New York. It also features live interviews with newsmakers, and the latest in science and technology, medical and entertainment news. A stringer network across the United States provides news and feature programming from major American cities. Current Time America is distributed via multiple top TV distributors in our broadcast region.
Watch the program live on our website, on satellite, or via our broadcast partners Monday-Friday at 8 p.m., Kyiv, Minsk, and Moscow time.
Tuesday-Saturday at 1 a.m., 6 a.m., Kyiv, Minsk, and Moscow time.
From This Program
Once Upon A Time In New York is a documentary-film project that takes a look at the stories of young, Russian-speaking migrants to New York City and why they have chosen to make "the city that never sleeps" their home.
About The Anchors
Ales Kruglyakov has worked as a correspondent for Voice Of America’s Russian service since 2015. In the 1990s and 2000s, he was the creator and host of various projects on Belarusian television, including the Krok news-current affairs program, the Television News Agency, and Good Morning, Belarus!
Roman Mamonov got his start in journalism at Russia’s REN-TV, delved into economics for RBK-TV, picked up a certain amount of culture at the Culture channel and, finally, saw his dreams broken at NTV. He has worked simultaneously on broadcasts for the Moscow radio stations BusinessFM and Kommersant FM. Mamonov, who has lived in the U.S. since 2012, graduated with a degree in journalism from Moscow State University.
Igor Tikhonenko is a TV journalist, host, and producer interested in international relations, American politics, science, space, and sports. He has worked for Voice of America since 2009.