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Vladislav Listyev (Vladislav Nikolayevich Listyev) was born on 10 May, 1956 in Moscow, Russia. Discover Vladislav Listyev's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?
|Popular As||Vladislav Nikolayevich Listyev|
|Age||65 years old|
|Born||10 May 1956|
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Who Is Vladislav Listyev's Wife?
His wife is Albina Nazimova (m. ?–1995)
|Wife||Albina Nazimova (m. ?–1995)|
|Children||Aleksandr Listyev, Valeria Listyeva, Vladislav Listyev|
Vladislav Listyev Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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He was also the first host of the Russian version of Wheel of Fortune, which became very popular. Following the success of Vzglyad, Listyev and his colleagues founded a TV company VID (Vzglyad i Drugiye—The View and the Others) that would produce programming for the First Channel of Central Television, the main TV channel in the Soviet Union (later called Ostankino and ORT). With VID, Listyev started a number of new TV projects —Pole Chudes ("A Field of Wonders", the Russian version of Wheel of Fortune), Ugadai melodiu ("Guess the melody", the Russian version of Name That Tune), Tema ("The Theme"), and Chas Pik ("The Rush Hour"). In 1995, Listyev moved from VID to ORT, where he was appointed director of the channel. One of Listyev's very first moves as director was to order a temporary stop to all advertising, in effect excluding all unauthorized middlemen out of the lucrative advertising business, and consolidating future ad sales in the hands of the channel.
The killing caused an enormous public outcry—in an unprecedented move, ORT and several other Russian TV channels shut down for the whole day on March 2, displaying only a picture of Listyev and the words Russian: ВЛАДИСЛАВ ЛИСТЬЕВ УБИТ , romanized: VLADISLAV LIST'YEV UBIT, lit. 'Vlad Listyev killed'. Days later, the channel was reorganized and after a number of different incarnations, came back as the government-controlled Channel One that Russian viewers are now familiar with. Listyev's wake was visited by thousands of people, and President Boris Yeltsin went to the Studios of Channel One himself to deliver a highly emotional eulogy praising Listyev and mourning his death as a great loss for Russia.
Shortly after his appointment, on the evening of March 1, 1995, when returning from the live broadcast of his evening show Chas Pik, Listyev was shot dead on the stairs of his apartment building. Valuables and a large sum in cash that Listyev had on him were left untouched, leading the investigators to conclude that the murder was either a political or business-related assassination. However, despite numerous claims made by investigators that the case was close to resolution, neither the gunmen, nor those who ordered the killing, were found.
Vlad Listyev was arguably the most popular journalist and TV anchor in Russia (he remains well remembered years after his death), and was a key force in bringing the voice of democracy to Russian television. Listyev first appeared on television as one of the hosts of a highly progressive and successful show Vzglyad (Glance or Outlook) in the late 1980s, a satirical program watched weekly by as many as 100 million people. The other anchors were Alexander Lyubimov, Alexander Politkovsky, Dmitry Zakharov, Artyom Borovik and Evgeny Dodolev.
Vladislav (Vlad) Nikolayevich Listyev (Russian: Владисла́в Никола́евич Листьев ; May 10, 1956 – March 1, 1995) was a Russian journalist and head of the ORT TV Channel (now government-owned Channel One).