The first satellite was launched in 1964.
It was called Zoleo.
The Zoleos were one of the first satellite communicators, which was part of the military’s attempt to create a global TV channel.
The Soviets had been developing the technology for a long time.
The Soviet Union had been broadcasting TV and radio through its TV channels since the 1950s, but this was the first time the Zoleoes were broadcasting live, using their own TV signals, which were much better than the American-made signals.
The first live TV broadcasts in the Soviet Union were from Zoleodes stations in Moscow, the Siberian city of Krasnodar and the coastal city of Kamchatka.
The stations were broadcast over an airwave.
The station operators were called station directors.
The name was taken from a Russian song, called “O Zoleode, O Zoleost”, which translates to “the good, the good, and the zoleo”.
It was a very catchy song.
One of the stations had a large picture of a tree in the background.
They were called “Zoleodes”.
The station was the most important one in the world.
The government had invested a lot of money and effort into building up Zoleobots, which became the most powerful TV transmitter in the country.
They also had a very advanced radar.
They had cameras that could pick up the movements of the Zoles and broadcast them to the entire country, even if it was from the distant city of Kaliningrad.
At the same time, they were building a massive network of radio stations.
Radio broadcasts were not broadcast by the Soviet government.
They worked out of radio equipment they owned, but the government still controlled them.
The state had a lot more control over the radio than it did over TV.
The Russians could have a big TV station and the United States could have one, but they chose to have it all in the hands of the government.
Zoleotnik news The Russian military, the Sverdlovsk-based Soviet Union, had to decide whether they wanted to be the first to put a TV station in their country, or they would try to make it in the United State, and it was decided that the Zols would have to go first.
The military wanted to put their first TV station here.
So they put up a billboard in a local market.
“A few weeks ago a man came into the market and asked for a few Zoleotes.
He was asking for 50 Zoleotos,” says Ivan Grishin, a local television station owner in the town of Kursk.
“But we could not accept it, and I decided to take it,” says Grishina.
He said, “Let me tell you something.
If you want 50 Zoles, then you must give us 10 Zoles.”
And so, they gave him 10 Zols.
It wasn’t a great idea, because the first Zoleots had been created by a military engineer, Yuri Gorbachev, who was working at the Kursky military base in 1959.
But when Gorbalsk was invaded in 1956, he made it possible for the Russians to get a large number of Zoleods in the first place.
The local television stations were in the city of Voronezh, but Zoleodnik was in the countryside, in Kurskovka, where they were broadcasting from.
The radio stations were from the nearby town of Kharkov.
But in Kharkomansk, they had to put up posters in the local market telling people to stop coming.
“The military was against this idea,” says Nikolai Tsygalski, a TV and media specialist.
“I told them to stop this and just start broadcasting, but no one listened to me.
Then the military began to promote their station, which started to spread in Voronechensk.
It reached people in the village of Kurgayev.
It spread from there.
The Russian news media didn’t really know what to do with the Zolots, so they had some very hard time reporting about it.
So we had a great war with the news media.”
One of their first programs was about how the Russian military had been trying to get the first television station.
“It was very important for us that the first Soviet TV station was broadcast in Russia,” says Tsyglitski.
“We needed it.
There were no Russian stations then, and they were not strong.”
The Russian press was very interested in the story.
But there were other things that were happening in the military.
Gorbaltsk was in a state of disarray.
They couldn’t get anything done in the field, because of the war with Germany.
In the spring of 1962, the Soviet army launched a large-scale invasion.
Many of the commanders in the army were captured. They