Suspilne Uzhhorod

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Suspilne Uzhhorod
Суспільне Ужгород
Suspilne Uzhhorod (2022).svg
Country Ukraine
Headquarters Uzhhorod, Ukraine
Programming
Language(s) Ukrainian
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Ownership
Owner Suspilne
History
LaunchedNovember 2005
Former namesZakarpattia ODRK, Tysa-1, UA:Zakarpattia
Links
Website https://uz.suspilne.media/


Suspilne Uzhhorod (Ukrainian : Суспільне Ужгород), is a regional Ukrainian-language TV channel for the Zakarpattia region of Ukraine. It is part of Suspilne, the national public broadcaster. It is the brand name of the Transcarpathian Regional Television and Radio Company. Its headquarters is situated in Uzhhorod.

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It is broadcast through Astra 4A, 4.8E, Freq. 12672, Pol. H, S/R 3300, FEC 3/4; Astra 1G, 31.5E, DVB-S2, Freq. 12012, Pol. V, S/R 27500, FEC 9/10, and it can be viewed in most of Europe. Today, the channel has permission to broadcast 24 hours a day.

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References

  1. "Закарпатська філія НСТУ отримала логотип Суспільного і змінила назву телеканалу - Суспільне мовлення" (in Ukrainian). 2018-11-24. Archived from the original on 2018-11-24. Retrieved 2023-11-20.
  2. suspilne. "Суспільне Мовлення оновлює дизайн-систему брендів". corp.suspilne.media (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 2023-11-20.