State Committee for Television and Radio-broadcasting (Ukraine)

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State Committee for Television
and Radio-Broadcasting of Ukraine
Державний комітет телебачення і радіомовлення України
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Agency overview
Preceding agency
  • State Committee for Informative Policy, Television, and Radio-broadcasting
Jurisdiction Ukraine
Headquarters2 vulytsia Prorizna, Kyiv
Ministers responsible
  • Oleh Nalyvaiko, Head of Committee
  • Bohdan Chervak, First Deputy Head
Parent agency Cabinet of Ministers
Child agencies
  • Territorial-based broadcasting companies
  • National and Special broadcasting companies
  • Selected State Publishing Houses

The State Committee for Television and Radio-Broadcasting of Ukraine (Ukrainian : Державний комітет телебачення і радіомовлення України) is a central body of executive power with a special status, activities of which are directed and coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. [1] Derzhkomteleradio of Ukraine is the main in the system of central bodies of the executive power in formation and realization of the state policy in the sphere of television, radio-broadcasting, informational and publishing spheres. For short it is better known as the Derzhkomteleradio (Держкомтелерадіо).



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