The Moscow Times and the International Herald Tribune have launched a subscription drive for 2009 under the slogan “News from different sides.” The Moscow Times presents news about Russia reported from within Russia, while the International Herald Tribune covers important events on the world arena reported from overseas.
People who subscribe to both publications now will receive a 20 percent discount and a complimentary thermos cup for the car. An advertising campaign by the Inter-Pochta company will be launched simultaneously with the corporate subscription drive.
The Moscow Times is the only English-language commercial newspaper in Russia. It covers news, politics, business, culture -- information about Russia reported from within Russia.
The International Herald Tribune is a daily commercial newspaper read the world over by directors and managers of the largest corporations and by leading politicians and businessmen.