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ZIK TV UKRAINE On Asiasat 5 100.5°E New Biss Key 2023

ZIK TV UKRAINE On Asiasat 5 100.5°E New Biss Key 2023

Television has a long history in Ukraine, where regular television broadcasting started during the Soviet years in 1951. However the first ever TV broadcast took place on 1 February 1939 in Kyiv. Since then TV broadcasting has expanded, particularly after the fall of Communism in 1989, and now there are many different channels and groups in the Ukrainian TV market.

ZIK TV UKRAINE On Asiasat 5 100.5°E New Biss Key 2023

Last Update 03-12-2022

Asiasat 5 ( 100.5°E)
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DVB-S2 – 4:2:0 – 8PSK
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The first official broadcast took place in Kyiv on 1 February 1939. It was 40 minutes long and showed the portrait of Sergo Ordzhonikidze.[1] After World War II, on 6 November 1951, a Kyiv tele-centre made a debut with a live broadcast of the patriotic movie “The Great Glow”.[1] The next day the telecentre went on the air again celebrating the 34th anniversary of the October Revolution with a special live broadcast.

On 1 May 1952, a concert went on air (shot in the small and only pavilion of the telecentre known as “Studio B”) of Ukrainian singers, soloists of the Kyiv Taras Shevchenko Opera Theater.The anchorwoman of the concert was the Kyiv Telecentre’s first announcer – Novella Serapionova.[citation needed] In 1953, the construction of the building of the Kyiv Telecentre on Khreshchatyk was completed, right after the finishing of the Moscow and Leningrad Telecentres.[citation needed] Regular programs started to go on air in 1956. Until that year, the Telecentre went on air twice a day showing feature films or documentaries.[1] Live broadcasting was the only form of broadcasting.[1] Videotaped productions became the usual form in the mid-1960s.

The first regular national channel began airing on January 20, 1965, under the name UT-1 (Ukrainian television-1, today UA:First, while on March 6, 1972, a second channel, UT-2, signed on, making the UT network a republic[clarification needed] service.[1] In 1983, construction began on new broadcasting studios at 42 Melnyk Street, which opened after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1993.

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