Ostankino Technical Center

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Ostankino Television Technical Center
Телевизионный технический центр Остaнкино
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General information
Address12, Akademika Korolyova Street
Town or cityMoscow
CountryRussia
Construction started1964
Completed1967
OwnerFederal Agency for Press and Mass Media
Height52 m
Design and construction
ArchitectLeonid Batalov
Other information
Public transit accessMoscow Metro:
#10 Lyublinsko–Dmitrovskaya line Butyrskaya
#13 Moscow Monorail Teletsentr
Website
www.ostankino.ru
TV test card drawn on facade of Ostankino Technical Center (May, 2016)

October 50th Anniversary Ostankino Television Technical Center (Russian: Телевизионный технический центр Оста́нкино[1] им. 50-летия Октября) is a television studio and technical center in Moscow, Russia. The center provides ongoing technical support to multiple broadcasters in the country.

The thirteen story building of the Ostankino television complex is constructed of glass and concrete. The end of the building, facing the direction of the Ostankino pond, is different from all the other sides. The building volume exceeds 1 million cubic meters. The total height of the building is 52 meters and it has a useful area of 154 thousand square meters.

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  1. ^ О телецентре // Останкино.РУ - Портал о телевидении

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Media related to Ostankino Technical Center at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 55°49′23″N 37°36′23″E / 55.82306°N 37.60639°E / 55.82306; 37.60639