Many Ukrainians had no access to 20 major TV channels after their satellite signal was coded on January 29.
19:45, 28 February 2020
Foreign broadcasting organizations, or other organizations broadcasting in one or several official languages of the European Union, are allowed to advertise in the official languages of the EU along with Ukrainian.
12:48, 16 January 2020
It says there are several dozen such captives in the territory controlled by the so-called "Donetsk People's Republic."
15:30, 16 December 2019
TV signal has already been tested and the estimates – confirmed.
10:40, 08 November 2019
The channel's team branded the decision as censorship.
16:00, 26 September 2019
Companies currently operating at said frequencies are beyond the control of the National Council, therefore it is impossible to talk about them observing journalistic standards and fundamental freedoms.
23:30, 16 September 2019
No restrictions apply to the sphere of private communication and religion.
09:00, 16 July 2019
The channel's signal was cut off across the country.
13:36, 26 September 2018
In June, UA:First had to suspend its analogue broadcasting in the cities of Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Dnipro, Odesa, Ternopil, Chernihiv, and others.
13:39, 25 September 2018
Yet, about 40% of analogue transmitters will be in operation until the end of 2018.
11:53, 31 August 2018
The law allows broadcasting in any language.
14:20, 23 July 2018
The final version of the document is to be presented soon.
21:10, 22 July 2018
<p>The new local TV channel "Donetchyna-TV" will start broadcasting in the zone of the Anti-Terrorist Operation in eastern Ukraine as early as the first quarter of 2018, according to Serhiy Kostinsky, a member of the National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting.</p>
14:00, 26 December 2017
<p>Ukraine will expand broadcasts of national TV and radio stations across the Russian-occupied Crimea, as reported by a member of the National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting, Serhiy Kostynsky.</p>
20:40, 17 December 2017
<p>The National Council of Ukraine on Television and Radio Broadcasting has not extended licenses and stopped the broadcasting of 36 FM stations of UMH media holding owned by fugitive Ukrainian oligarch Serhiy Kurchenko, according to a member of the council Serhiy Kostinsky.</p>
15:25, 24 October 2017
<p>The framework agreement between Ukraine and China aimed to push forward their cooperation in film and media industries was inked during the 7th International media forum "Kyiv Media Week" by Zurab Alasania, director general of the Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (PBCU), and Tian Yuhong, vice president of China Radio International (CRI), according to Xinhua.</p>
11:05, 20 September 2017
<p>Ukraine has started broadcasting TV channels in test mode to Crimea from the village of Chonhar in Kherson region's Henichesk district, according to Serhiy Kostinsky, a member of the National Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine.</p>
13:23, 17 August 2017