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1 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives Larysa Mudrak, Deputy Chairman Kyiv- 2013

2 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Currently (as of ) the State Register of Ukraine consists of TV/Radio/Informational activity companies. Among them: Broadcasters – 947 including Radio – 476 TV – 391 TV/Radio Companies – 81 Program Service Providers – 706 (including IPTV technology) TV/Radio/Informational activity companies – 70 Media landscape overview Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

3 TELEVISION RADIO Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Due to organizational and technological features licenses have been granted: Media landscape overview

4 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE In 2010 the National Council suggested and started the implementation of a new digital strategy: Broadcasting standard– DVB-T2; Compression standard– MPEG-4; Simultaneous analogue and digital broadcasting during the transition period; Four multiplexes – one provider; Contest basis for multiplexes. Digital switchover in progress Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

5 The National digital network was created in 2011: MX-1, MX-2, MX-3, MX-5. Currently digital coverage – 95 % of Ukrainian population. 28 national and 4 regional (local) TV channels. In September 2012 the National Council held the second stage of the contest for regional and local broadcasting in TV multichannel network MX companies received 48 channels in 45 settlements. 123 channels in 96 settlements are still vacant. NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Digital switchover in progress Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

6 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE The public awareness campaign - seven different social advert videos were transmitted by broadcasters free of charge including 30 % in prime time during 2011 – million and 120 thousand Hryvnas (~ 33 million Euros) were delivered from the State budget to provide the population with set-top-boxes in Complete transition is planned to be done by June Digital switchover in progress Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

7 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Supervising activities subject monitorings were held during the first half of 2013: quotas of domestic and own production - 592; observance of current classification system for video content - 384; quotas of programs for children - 484; advertizing quotas - 623; must carry rules and license obligations of program service providers Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

8 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Renovation of legislation The current Law of Ukraine On Television and Radio Broadcasting was adopted in It doesnt meet new technological developments and trends. Expert work on a new draft Law of Ukraine On Television and Radio Broadcasting in the Ukrainian Parliamentary Committee. Goals: – to cover all aspects of the current media development; – to harmonize with European standards – Audiovisual Media Services Directive Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

9 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Protection of minors In February 2012 the National Council formed the Interagency Working Group consisting of 41 members – scientists, state bodies representatives, broadcasters, NGOs. The WG co-headed and supported by the Ombudsman for Children under the President of Ukraine. A scientific survey was conducted to see parents and childrens opinions about TV risks – 60 % of questioned parents supported the new labeling system in Ukraine. Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

10 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Protection of minors Parents expressed their need: to be informed in advance about content and age risks; to create a special tools for parental control; to strengthen the control over TV broadcasters by state authorities and by the society. Today on the basis of best European practices the WG is developing: the pilot project of graphic symbols; the questionnaire for encoders public awareness campaign video. Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives

11 NATIONAL TELEVISION AND RADIO BROADCASTING COUNCIL OF UKRAINE Thank You for your attention! Overview of the broadcasting sector of Ukraine: progress and objectives


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