TV tower that broadcasts Ukrainian channels at demarcation line is built in Luhansk region

Source : 112 Ukraine

The height of the tower is 134 meters
18:51, 4 August 2017

Sergy Kostynsky

The installation of the new radio and TV broadcaster is finished in Bachmutivka village in Luhansk region. The member of the National Council of Ukraine on TV and Radio broadcasting Sergy Kostynsky reported at Facebook.

The installation of the tower lasted for the month. It is the third tower of those that were build during last two years after Kramatorsk and Chongarsk towers. The new towers are situated in Kherson, Donetsk and Luhansk regions.  

The development of the telecommunication infrastructure will continue.

'The next step in Bachmutivka is the installation of the broadcasting equipment that will provide the broadcasting of the Ukrainian TV Channels and radio station at the line of demarcation including the city Shastya. The operator of the telecommunications is the Innovation and Information center in Severodonetsk', Kostynsky noted.

According to him, the digital and analog TV broadcasting and FM-Radio broadcasting from this tower will begin this month. The provider of the digital TV broadcasting Zeonbud received the allowance to organize the temporary broadcasting from the National Council.

At the moment, it is planned to start the programs of the broadcasting, the range of the national TV channels, FM Army and others.  

Earlier it was reported that Ukraine is going to block the signals of the Russian TV and radio channels at the line of demarcation.

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