Marina Ovsyannikova, the Russian TV journalist who interrupted a broadcast to protest the war in Ukraine, has a new job in Germany.
She will be reporting from Ukraine and Russia, among other areas, the publisher said.
Ovsyannikova said her new employer "stands for what is being so vehemently defended by the courageous people of Ukraine on the ground right now: freedom.".
"I see it as my duty as a journalist to defend that freedom," she said.
Ovsyannikova's now-viral protest occurred in March, when she burst onto the set with a sign that read: "Stop the war.
She has remained outspoken about the situation despite the risk, posting various criticisms of Putin's war on her personal Facebook and Instagram pages.
Only this can redeem at least a little the guilt of Russian people," she said. »