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TV channels from Ukraine
Channel NameInformation
. 1 TV Crimea (Ukrainian)The State broadcaster TV Crimea or STRC Crimea was established in 1959. The headquarter is based in Simferopol. TV Crimea is unique in its kind given the specificity of the multi-ethnic region it carries out its broadcasting in seven languages: Ukrainian, Russian, Crimean Tatar, German, Greek, Bulgarian and Armenian.
. 112 Ukraine (Ukrainian)112 Ukraine TV is an information-educational channel, which began broadcasting on November 28, 2013. The channel provides Top News of politics, economy, information about the situation in the zone of the ATO. Exclusive interviews and comments of politicians, public and cultural figures, economists, political scientists, and the Ukrainian military. Local Events and exclusive reports from the scene of journalists channel 112 Ukraine.
. 24 TV (Ukrainian)24 TV is the first 24/7 News TV channel from the Ukraine. The channel was founded in 2006. It claims to present an objective and unbiased presentation of news, interesting and useful information for the viewer of the day. 24 TV delivers news in 30-minute blocks of information: recent developments in the political arena, Ukraine and the world economic news, sport, showbiz, technology, auto, tourism. In addition, the viewer is informed about the weather, exchange rates and press reviews.
. 5 TV (Ukrainian)5 TV is a TV channel based in Kiev, the Capital and the largest city of Ukraine. 5 TV was launched in 2003 and play's a great roll in the reporting of the political developements in the Ukraine.
. Espreso TV (Ukrainian)Espreso TV is a privatly owned TV channel from Kiev, Ukraine. It was founded in 2013. It mainly broadcasts the most current and most relevant news to people in Ukraine, to Ukrainians living abroad, and to all others interested in what is happening in Ukraine. Espreso TV aims to unite those who care about democratization of Ukraine and is dedicated to accurate and objective reporting of political, social, and cultural life in Ukraine.
. Glas TV (Ukrainian)Glas TV is a general TV channel based in Kiev. It offers high levels of documentary and educational films, entertainment and educational programs.
. Hromadske TV (Ukrainian)Hromadske.tv is a civil initiative, a joint project of Ukrainian journalists to create a social media media task. It provides objective and unbiased information about important social and political, economic, cultural and the social processes.
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. Nash TV (Ukrainian)
Nash (translated into english=OUR) is a News TV channel Based in Kiev. The channel is in an experimental stage at the moment.
. News One (Ukrainian)News One is a completely new approach to the news. Every hour the channel has interesting guests, including correspondents from different cities of Ukraine. It also offers, current news and operative shooting of the places most resonant events.
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. NN News Network (Ukrainian)
NN News Network offers blocks of international, sports news, show business news, weather forecasts, live broadcasts of major world events, daily business reviews, educational programs, film programs, science and technology news programs.
. PRM Direct TV (Ukrainian)PRM is a brand new informative TV channel. PRM was founded in 2017. The headquarter is based in Kyiv. The mission of PRM is to highlight socially important events in Ukraine and in the world as objectively, locally and accurately as possible.
. TK Union Donetsk (Ukrainian)The TV channel Union is a patriotic TV channel. It is formed in accordance with the principles of nation-building as set out in the Constitution of the People's Republic of Donetsk, considering and respecting the traditional religious, social, cultural and moral values ??of the Russian World.
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. Zik TV (Ukrainian)
ZIK TV is an informative independent TV channel whose purpose is to report objective information about events in the western regions of Ukraine. ZIK operates on the principles of openness and transparency, objective and balanced presentation of information.
Ukraine Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
Ukraine's state-controlled nationwide TV broadcast channel (UT1) and a number of privately owned TV networks provide basic TV coverage; multi-channel cable and satellite TV services are available; Russian television broadcasts have a small audience nationwide, but larger audiences in the eastern and southern regions; Ukraine's radio broadcast market, a mix of independent and state-owned networks, is comprised of some 300 stations (2007)
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