An innovative newspaper
officially run by teenager
s. Was published in Moscow
, from 1991 until approximately 1997.
Really, the persons behind Glagol were several adult, experienced journalists, most notably Irina Veretennikova. But the role and influence of the teenagers was really significant -- and so was the education they received in the work.
Glagol was a product and a part of Russia's exceptional freedom in the early 90's, after the breaking of the Communist rule. Its heyday was in 1992-93, with a large office given by the Russian Federation. The office was later taken away, and the newspaper staff started to wane, until the quiet end in 1997 or 1998.
A plethora of well-known young journalists has come out of Glagol. Most of them work for various media in Russia.