Ukrainian telco Kyivstar has added a number of new channels to its TV programming line-up.
The operator has added news channel PravdaTUT to its line-up, along with Ukrainian information and music service RTI, a TV version of a radio service.
Kyivstar has also added Tsentralny Kanal, a channel focusing on life and culture in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and Voice of America’s news service Nastoyashcheye Vremya (Current Time).
The latter channel was recently added to rival cable operator Volia’s TV offering.
Last week Kyivstar also removed Russian channel Karusel from the line-up of its Home TV package after the country’s National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting removed the channel from the list of service that it said met the requirements of the European Convention on Trans-frontier Television.
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