The cost of receiving pay-TV services in Ukraine is set to increase by between 15-40% in the New Year.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council, in cooperation with other government bodies, is looking into the possibility of local TV channels employing the DVB-T2 standard.
Ukrtelekom’s FTTB networks now reach over 150 settlements in all parts of Ukraine.
If you’re looking for a broadband connection that won’t break the bank Ukraine is the place to go.
A new music channel named Megogo Live has made its debut in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s 1+1 Media has signed new distribution agreements for the broadcast of its TV channels with four leading providers.
Media Group Ukraine’s TV channels Futbol 1 and Futbol 2, along with the country’s leading cable operator Volia, have been awarded the broadcast rights to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League for three seasons beginning 2018/19.
The Ukrainian incumbent Ukrtelecom saw a 35% increase in new connections for its interactive TV service in September thanks to the switch off of analogue services in the country.
The Ukrainian cable operator Triolan has signed an agreement with 1+1 Media for the continued distribution of the latter’s channels from 2019.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has expressed concerns about plans to further cut the funding of the Ukrainian public service broadcaster UA: PBC by 43% in 2019.