The media of the soviet kingdom is controlled by both the The States and government
The Soviet Union has several state-owned and government-owned television and radio networks, which broadcast news, sports, entertainment, and general television including comedies, dramas and educational programming. The Soviet Nation , the national Russian-language newspaper, has been running since January of 2007, and includes politics, business, entertainment and educational articles, in addition to serialized stories, cartoons and editorials. There approximately 20 non-state television channels and 6 broadcast music or mixed radio stations with operating permits in the state.
Imported film sales have long prevented a stable Soviet movie industry, although independent films and documentaries are popular among young and middle-aged adults, and some local acting talent has been featured at home and abroad. Domestic music sales are gradually rising, primarily in the symphonic rock and pop genres.
https://archive.is/20131014094319/img259.imageshack.us/img259/7375/newswr.jpg Soviet Kingdom National News (SKNN)
This news network is controlled by the soviet government
https://archive.is/20131014094338/img337.imageshack.us/img337/4869/new12e.jpg Soviet Kingdom Local News (SKLN)
This news network is controlled by the soviet people them self's
http://img810.imageshack.us/img810/5670/newsnetwork.jpg Soviet Kingdom Emergency Management News (SKEMN)
This news network is strictly controlled by the soviet government and is only used when there is a crisis in the nation