The databases of the Russian pension fund contain information about the work of a journalist for military unit 11114. Marina Ovsyannikova combined work on Channel One and At the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
Former editor of the Russian propaganda “Channel One” Marina Ovsyannikova worked in the structures of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and military units. Mediakiller writes about this with reference to the internal databases of the tax service and the pension fund of the Russian Federation.
In an April 4 interview with New Times editor-in-chief Yevgenia Albats, Ovsyannikova mentions working for the Russian Defense Ministry. It was about the Voeninform agency, which was engaged in the creation of small television commercials.
“I worked there for a very short time and ended up on Channel One. The war in Iraq began, they were looking for people who would just watch the CNN picture and “Al-Jazeera” and decipher, write down what is happening there,” she explained.
The propagandist claims that three people worked with her, with whom they signed a temporary contract. After that, Ovsyannikova continued to train for a long time.
“Almost a year passed before I was taken directly to the staff of Channel One,” the journalist said.
In the databases of the tax and pension fund of Russia, you can see that Ovsyannikova’s cooperation with the RF Ministry of Defense was not a temporary contract, but a full-time job. From June 10 to September 30, 2003, Ovsyannikova worked for military unit 11114.
“Only by that time she was already working on Channel One. 2006 is worth it. For at least three years, having already been hired by Channel One, Ovsyannikova worked with the Ministry of Defense. It is not specified on what issues, “the journalists said.