The local broadcaster is currently in talks to announce another representative for this year's contest.
10:58, 26 February 2019
The channel's signal was cut off across the country.
13:36, 26 September 2018
The legal amendment contradicts international standards on the independence of public service media.
18:57, 16 April 2018
<p>The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is highly concerned about possible underfunding of public broadcaster UA:PBC in 2018 as the next year's state budget envisages providing around half of the budget defined in the Law on Public Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine, reads a statement published on the EBU website.</p>
11:05, 21 September 2017
<p>Ukraine's state broadcaster said authorities in Geneva had frozen 15 million euros given by Kyiv to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) as a guarantee for the successful hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest, according to Reuters.</p>
12:31, 25 June 2017
<p>Eurovision Song Contest Executive Supervisor Jon Ola Sand has announced that the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) will decide whether sanctions against Ukraine over a Russian contestant should be introduced or not after the competition is over. </p>
20:55, 10 May 2017
<p>Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Viacheslav Kyrylenko said Kyiv is ready to further clarify to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) the situation regarding the entry ban against Russian entrant Julia Samoilova if the issue of any sanctions arises following Eurovision-2017, Obozrevatel news outlet reports.</p>
11:00, 11 April 2017
<p>Having learned the content of the letter of Ingrid Deltenre, Director General of European Broadcasting Union, to Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman, Supervisory Board members of UA:PBC on Tuesday released a public statement, according to Detector Media.</p>
00:14, 05 April 2017
<p>The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has confirmed to Deutsche Welle the Swiss tabloid Blick has quoted Ingrid Deltenre correctly on the issue regarding Russia’s Eurovision entrant in the contest to be held in Kyiv, at the same time emphasizing that the organization cannot be responsible for other conclusions by the newspaper, in particular claiming that the EBU is already considering possible sanctions against Ukraine.</p>
10:15, 30 March 2017