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KIEV, August 24, 4:44 /ITAR-TASS/. International news television channel Ukraine Today goes on air on Sunday, Ukraine’s 1+1 Media reported on its website.
“The broadcast is 24 hours a day, seven days a week in the English language,” the report reads. “The information is updated permanently.”
UNIAN TV is licensed to broadcast Ukraine Today, UNIAN agency said earlier.
Ukraine Today programmes will be broadcasted to Ukraine, most Europe and Russia, UNIAN said. From 2015, the programmes will be available in the U.S. territory. Later on, the channel will produce programmes in the Russian language.
Ukraine’s national council on television and radio says Ukraine Today invites cable operators in Europe to re-broadcast its programmes. Priority directions are the UK, Germany and France. Ukraine Today employs foreign reporters, who have been working in Ukraine for long times.