The Ukrainian parliament has approved at first reading a draft law that could have far-reaching consequences on media freedom in the country.
The business news-focused RBK-TV has joined a growing list of Russian channels banned in Ukraine.
The leading Ukrainian cable operator Volia is revamping its offer on August 1.
Viasat has refuted the findings of an unscheduled inspection of its output in Ukraine by the country’s National Council on TV and Radio.
The Ukrainian DTT operator Zeonbud wants to consult with the National Council on TV and Radio over the latter’s decision to cancel a requirement for it to encode its signals.
The Ukrainian group 1+1 Media will launch an international TV news channel named Ukraine Today next month.
The Ukrainian incumbent Ukrtelekom has launched an IPTV service in partnership with OLL.TV.
Media Group Ukraine (MGU) has transformed its online movie offer OLL.TV into a full interactive digital TV service.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has made major changes to the country’s National Council on Radio and TV.
The leading Ukrainian cable operator Volia is to launch a package of five proprietary movie channels on August 1.