The Russian reporters were hired after some employees of the Belarusian state television and radio company had decided to take to the streets and protest
20:05, 21 August 2020
The number of Ukrainian radio stations that could be accessed from the peninsula has also decreased significantly.
12:20, 23 June 2020
Mobile operators' revenue totaled US$1.5 billion in the past year.
10:44, 26 February 2020
Project details have been classified.
19:10, 28 January 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
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
In most settlements, Russian radio stations air on frequencies where Ukrainian radio stations are supposed to be broadcast.
12:20, 13 September 2019
The radio station's chief Venediktov, in turn, explains no Ukrainian permission is needed as the branch will broadcast about Ukraine for Russia.
13:55, 11 August 2019
Their frequencies are used to broadcast Russian radio stations over them, activists say.
17:40, 12 May 2019
No radio station has been closed within two years while the law is in effect, Kyrylenko said.
16:09, 08 November 2018
Siumar said the introduction of quotas should be gradual.
15:44, 24 October 2018
The final version of the document is to be presented soon.
21:10, 22 July 2018
The legal amendment contradicts international standards on the independence of public service media.
18:57, 16 April 2018
<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>Ukraine's National Commission for Communications and Informatization Regulation (NCCIR) has adopted a draft Cabinet resolution as a basis to amend the fee for the issue of licenses permitting the use of the radio frequency (RF) resource of Ukraine and endorsed proposed amendments to the RF allotment plan to introduce 4G in the 2300 MHz band, according to the commission's press service.</p>
11:26, 23 November 2017
<p>Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says that in the current difficult conditions of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, personnel at Ukraine's TV and radio stations ensure high level of communication and keep informing the public on the events in Ukraine and the rest of the world, according to a report by the president's press service on the on the occasion of TV, radio, and communication industry workers' professional holiday</p>
12:40, 16 November 2017
<p>As of November 8, the proportion of Ukrainian songs on radio stations will increase from 25% to 30%, while the proportion of programs in the Ukrainian language will grow from 50% to 55%.</p>
14:17, 08 November 2017
<p>Ukraine will buy tactical military radios and communications equipment from the Republic of Turkey under the contract signed between Turkish-based ASELSAN and Ukrainian State Foreign Trade Enterprise SpetsTechnoExport, according to an UNIAN correspondent.</p>
12:45, 10 October 2017