Participants in the program are trying to answer the question: "Is there real freedom of the press in Russia?".
A.Ilyin acknowledges the support of Pravda by the CPRF team, but only "during election campaigns."
He expressed disagreement with V. Loshak, according to which, between publications there is no "mutuality" or mutual understanding.
V. Loshak, recognizes the support of the course of the President, although he speaks about the critical materials that came out during the election campaign.
Indicates the prejudice of the newspaper Pravda, its explicit communist orientation and recognizes the existence of two warring camps between publishers.
The role of the press in the development of the country and its influence on the formation of public opinion is discussed.
The issue of patriotism is being raised.
Each of the parties explains its attitude towards the manifestation of the patriotism of Russian citizens living abroad.
Participants agree that many publishers admit unverified (inauthentic) information in their publications.
And this figure is increasing.
An example is given of the Mayor Y. Luzhkov, who filed large claims against publishers publishing information that has no evidence.
V. Loshak tells what means there is a newspaper "Moscow News".
A.Ilyin speaks about the creation of the Joint-Stock Company "Pravda International", the partners of which are the citizens of Greece.
Loshak Viktor is the editor-in-chief of the Moscow News. Ilyin Alexander is the editor-in-chief of the newspaper Pravda.