Slavic Voice of America

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Slavic Voice of America
Type Bi-monthly newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Genesis Press, Inc.
Publisher Serge Taran
Editor Ludmila Kachkar-Taran
Founded 2001
Headquarters Box 67934
Dallas, Texas 75326
 United States
Circulation 4,000

Slavic Voice of America (Russian: Голос Славян Америки Golos Slavyan Ameriki) is a Newspaper, Radio Program and Web Portal serving 10 million Russian, Ukrainian, Belarussian-speaking American and Canadian immigrants and their families from countries of the former Soviet Union, including some non-Slavic countries like Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Published by "Genesis Press, Inc" registered in Dallas, Texas. The company has its headquarters in Dallas, TX in the US.

In September 2012 Slavic Voice of America printed edition succeeded by The Dallas Telegraph printed newspaper.[1] In September 2013 The Texas Telegraph launched.

Official Website[edit]


  • Serge Taran; Publisher and Chief Executive Officer
  • Ludmila Taran; Vice President, Managing Editor


Russian, Ukrainian, English.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ [1] The Dallas Telegraph