Censor.NET reports citing Obozrevatel.
In particular the messages from the hacked Yegorova's e-mail account include the letters sent by the journalists for Channel 17 with attached files containing the text of their "manifesto of peace between journalists of Ukraine, Russia and "LPR"/"DPR". They discussed a videoconference between representatives of the terrorists and Kyiv as well.
Yegorova received several separate e-mails with suggestions as for what issues should be discussed in a live teleconference broadcasted by Channel 17 and who should take part in it. The "DPR" official objected against journalist Oksana Shkoda's participation in the event. The person is known of working as assistant to Putin's crony Viktor Medvedchuk previously.
As reported, on Aug. 3, May 2015 correspondence between employee of the "DPR Ministry of Public Security" Tatiana Yegorova and representatives of Ukraine's TV channels leaked online. One version attributes the leak to hackers, while another one suggests that Yegorova herself is behind it. The leaked correspondence reveals that the staff of Inter, Ukraina and Donbas TV stations were agreeing their stories with representatives of the so-called "DPR." In particular, Russian journalist Leonid Muravyov (who was trying to get employed at Inter in the spring of 2015 but was expelled from Ukraine) mentions some Mariya in his e-mail. Most likely, he is talking about Mariya Stolyarova, the former creative producer of Inter's "Podrobytsi Tyznhia" news show.