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UT1 - Ukraine TV Channel
UT1, currently marketed as "First National" is the main state-run television channel in Ukraine, operated by the National Television Company of Ukraine.

Kanal 5 - Ukraine TV Channel
Kanal 5 is a television station in Ukraine controlled by businessman Petro Poroshenko.

"1+1" - Ukraine TV Channel
"1+1" is a national Ukrainian-speaking TV channel, a leader in Ukrainian TV production. Since it became the most popular channel in Ukrainian television market, surpassing the three chief Ukrainian TV channels including "Inter" and "First Channel", it has remained so for a number of years.

ICTV - Ukraine TV Channel
ICTV (International Commercial Television) is a privately held TV Channel in Ukraine. Its coverage area allows it to be received by 56.6 % of Ukrainian population making the channel the fourth in the nation by the coverage (trailing the state-controlled UT-1 and privately held Inter and 1+1) and third (well ahead of UT-1) by the viewers ratings.

STB - Ukraine TV Channel
STB is a Ukrainian commercial television network. Today, the coverage area of the network is 85% of Ukraine's territory. It is broadcasted in all oblast centers and all Ukrainian cities with a population greater than 50,000. It occupies the 5th place in the list of the leading TV networks in Ukraine.

Inter - Ukraine TV Channel
Inter is a Ukrainian national TV channel owned by Ukrainian independent TV-corporation. Inter is currently the highest rated network in Ukraine, closely followed by 1+1 channel.

KidsCo - Ukraine TV Channel
KidsCo is an international children's entertainment brand founded by Canadian broadcaster Corus Entertainment's Nelvana Enterprises, American-based producer DiC Entertainment, and European broadcaster Sparrowhawk Media Group in April 2007.

MTV Ukraine - Ukraine TV Channel
MTV Ukraine is a Ukrainian language music channel, owned by MTV Networks Europe, a division of Viacom. The channel was launched on August 24th, 2007, 6:00 a.m. local time

Megasport - Ukraine TV Channel
Mehasport (also known as Megasport) is a biggest sports TV channel in Ukraine.


Tisa-1 - Ukraine TV Channel
Tisa-1 is a regional Ukrainian-speaking TV channel. It is the brand name of the Transcarpathian Regional Television and Radio Company.

UT1 - Ukraine TV Channel
UT1, currently marketed as "First National" is the main state-run television channel in Ukraine, operated by the National Television Company of Ukraine.

UTR - Ukrainian Television and Radio
UTR (Ukrayins'ke telebachennya i radiomovlennya) is Ukrainian state owned TV channel targeted for foreign Ukrainian-speaking audiences. Programming is provided with English subtitles.

Radio 1 - Ukraine Radio Station
The First Channel includes information and news narrating events in Ukraine and abroad; cycle programmes on political and social-economic subjects; literary and musical programmes, programmes for children and youth.

RAY - Ukraine Radio Station
Information-musical youth channel deals with the most urgent problems of young people in Ukraine, in particular it helps to get oriented towards choosing one's trade, informs of the most important events in the life of youth, acquaints with modern Ukrainian music.

Channel of spiritual rebirth Radio - Ukraine Radio Station
UR Third Programme - "Channel of spiritual rebirth Radio "Kultura" which is basically aimed at creating in domestic radio space a special environment of high spiritual culture involving mass listeners' audience.

RUI - Ukraine Radio Station
Radio Ukraine International(RUI) is the official international broadcasting station of Ukraine.

Surge Radio - Ukraine Radio Station
Surge Radio officially opened on April 22, 2005 after renovating the studio. They possessed control of the streaming servers used by Zed Radio, while the newly formed Radio Galaktika was left dead in the water. Surge Radio originally opened with a Dance/Hip Hop format but later flipped to Underground Punk, Metal & Electronica after the exit of Music Director DJ CM3.

Radio Galaktika - Ukraine Radio Station
Within a week after Surge Radio opened, Radio Galaktika made a business agreement with Surge Radio in which they could lease server capacity in exchange for producing their jingles and IDs. They are not in operation 24 hours, and sometimes goes months without operating. Radio Galaktika supposedly held a license for 99.9 FM in Zaporozhye, Ukraine. Currently, Radio Galaktika appears to out of business.

Ukraine FM - Ukraine Radio Station
Ukraine FM provides latest Ukraine World News from the most comprehensive global news network on the internet. News and analysis on Kiev and international ...

Zed Radio - Ukraine Radio Station
Zed Radio "The Online Party Station" was a very popular online Dance Hits radio station based in Zaporozhye, Ukraine founded in June 2003 operating only a few hours per week.