National Television Council Selects Five Companies To Broadcast On 8 Channels And 24 To Broadcast On 126 Radio Frequencies

The National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council has selected five companies to broadcast on eight television channels and 24 companies to broadcast on 126 radio frequencies.

The council announced this in a statement.

The companies obtained the relevant broadcast licenses as a result of a competition organized by the council.

The Kyiv-based Information Service company (the NTN television channel) received four licenses; the Kyiv-based TeleOdin company (the M1 and M2 television channels), the Kyiv-based Klas television and radio company, the Akadem TV television and radio company (Sumy), and the Orion television and radio company (Varva village, Chernihiv region) received one license each.

In addition, two television channels were held in reserve by the council and the winners of the licenses for two television channels were not announced.

Radio broadcasting licenses were issued to 24 companies: 55 licenses to the Novi Obryi company (Kyiv), 17 to the National Radio Company of Ukraine (Kyiv), 7 to the Poltava regional broadcasting company, 5 to the Liamin Firm (Kyiv), 4 to the Primedia television and radio company (Lviv), and 3 to the Russian Radio Ukraine company (Kyiv).

In addition, 2 licenses were the YUTAR Ukrainian television and radio broadcasting corporation, the Chanson television and radio company, the Media Market television and radio company (all based in Kyiv), and the Akkerman television and radio company (Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi, Odessa region)all received two licenses each.

The Lviv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Rivne, Cherkasy, and Chernihiv regional television and radio companies as well as the state-owned Krym television and radio company (Simferopol), the Liuks television and radio company, the Halisia television and radio company (both Lviv), the Mediaprofil television and radio company (Simferopol), the Podilskyi Communications television and radio company (Ladyzhin, Vinnytsia region), the Alliur television and radio company (Kremenchuk, Poltava region), the Berezno television and radio company (Berezno, Rivne region), and the Dovira company (Kyiv) received one license each.

In addition, nine of radio frequencies were held in reserve by the council and the winners of the competition for four frequencies were not announced.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, the National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council selected the Kyiv television and radio company on March 16 to broadcast on the 30 TVK channel in Kyiv.

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