Ukraine’s National Council is currently in a legal dispute with the Inter Media Group, the result of which could have far-reaching consequences for the country’s broadcast market.
Local DTT multiplexes will only appear in Ukraine after the country completes its transition to digital broadcasting.
Ukraine’s National Council has added Spike to the list of foreign channels allowed to be distributed in the country.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has reissued satellite licences for the channels Inter, NTN, Mega, K1, K2, Pixel, Enter-film and Zoom, all of which are part of the Inter Media Group.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has approved the distribution of the adult channel Blue Hustler in the country.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has issued a warning to Inter and STB, two of the country’s leading broadcasters, for showing films with actors “who pose a threat to national security”.
Ukraine has effectively put back its transition digital broadcasting to April-May 2019.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has granted regional and local broadcasting licences for the country’s fifth multiplex (MX-5).
Ukraine’s National Council has changed the licences of the channels STB and ICTV, both of which are owned by the company StarLightMedia.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has published a list of the most viewed TV channels via OTT and IPTV in the country.