More Russian Journalists Quit Citing Regret for False Narrative of War

From a New York Times story by Anton Troianovski headlined “More Russian Journalists Quit, Citing Regret for False Narrative of War”:

Dmitri Likin spent more than two decades helping shape the look of Russian state television, but he says neither he nor his friends ever watched the news.

It is an illustration of the kind of bargain long made by some employees of the Kremlin propaganda machine — people who valued the steady work and the creative challenge, even if they did not agree with the mission of their workplace.