ICTV (Ukraine)

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Ictv ua.png
Owned by StarLightMedia Group
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Ukraine
Headquarters Kiev, Ukraine

ICTV (in full, International Commercial Television) is a privately held TV channel in Ukraine. Its coverage area allows it to be received by 56.6% of the Ukrainian population, making the channel the fourth in the nation in terms of coverage (trailing the state-controlled UT1 and privately held Inter and 1+1), and third (well ahead of UT1) by the viewers' ratings.

The channel is owned by several business structures connected to the Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Pinchuk. It first went on-air on 15 June 1992, and since 1995 it has broadcast 24 hours a day.

Related to the Crimean crises 2014 ICTV broadcasts in Sevastopol ended on 9th March, 2014, 14:30 o'clock East European time [1]

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  1. ^ Dmitry Tymchuk, Facebook, translation Vladimir Germanov

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