Russian TV to Commemorate 65th Anniversary of WWII Victory, Needs U.S. Veteran for Interview and Appearance at Red Square in Moscow

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65th ANNIVERSARY of the WORLD WAR II VICTORY 

U.S. VETERANS NEEDED

TV CENTER, Russia – The National Russian Broadcasting Company «TV Center» is making a series of news reports dedicated to the 65th Anniversary of the World War II Victory in Europe. 

They are looking for American veterans who will be participating in the VE-Day parade at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia.  They also need to find a veteran or veterans who participated in the meeting of US and Russian combat troops at the Elbe River on April 25, 1945 if possible. 

The preferred locations to meet are in the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania or Connecticut areas. 

«TV Center» is one of the most prominent news broadcasting companies in Russia. It was established in June 1997. The program of the channel includes informational, analytical, musical and entertainment programs, talk-shows, the most important transmissions of sport events etc. Every year «TV Center» products receive numerous awards and prizes proving the professionalism of its team. 

If you or some one you know fits the bill, contact NINA VISHNEVA, Producer/Reporter for TV Center at  (917) 495-8864 or via e-mail at  vishnevan@gmail.com.

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