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Russian laws limit time for programs of erotic nature
« on: September 11, 2010, 06:05:36 PM »
[b]Sexy radio upsets the Russian Church.[/b]
The Unorthodox position of radio "Porno" hit cyberspace.
Internet entrepreneur Alexei Kozhevnikov has set up an intimate adult radio station. All legal and above board – but his online enterprise has provoked fire and brimstone from the Russian Orthodox Church.
It hardly launched in the beginning of September its first programme and already got its first respondfro mother Pheodosia “Those who create such projects maliciously try to disrupt the foundation of the Russian society,” said priestess in the Chelyabinsk diocese. "Probably they wouldn’t want to hear the voice of the Church, but it will certainly ring out, and it will be first and foremost the voice of ordinary believers,” she added.
It seems that Russian Orthodox Church officials don’t support this enterprise but prefer to stay out of this dispute.
On the contrary the local department of the health ministry supports the idea - hoping it can support its mission to provide information on sexually transmitted diseases in its shows.

Kozhevnikov’s project intends to be Russia’s first radio for adults with purely legal content. The provocative name is simply to get to the top of the search engines.
The programme features only relaxing music and interviews on sexual topics.
Meanwhile the station was set up in consultation with police, medical, psychological and other experts.
Law-abiding radio “Porno” might never have the chance to start broadcasting on air, as Russian laws limit time for programmes of erotic nature. The laws say nothing about online-media, creating space for enterprises like this.

Kozhevnikov plans to make it profitable in the future as online dating web-sites and sex shops might be interested in advertising their services through this resource.
Currently the website has only up to 100 daily visitors but hopes to increase this number to at least 10,000, 70 per cent of whom will be men.
Although, he said that the radio “Porno” is a non-commercial project.
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