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October 50th Anniversary Ostankino Technical Center (Russian: Телевизионный технический центр Оста́нкино им. 50-летия Октября) is a television studio and technical center in Moscow, Russia. The center provides ongoing technical support to multiple broadcasters in the country.
Prior-period in the development of the Ostankino television was most closely associated with the work of the Central Television Studio (DPT), established on the technical basis of the Moscow television center on Shabolovke. The total broadcasting DPT in the middle of the 60s was about 18 hours a day for the three programs in black and white and a color TV. By 1970, it was planned to bring the total up to 50 hours of broadcasting in six programs. A significant share of the total broadcasting DPT were outside broadcasts, which were provided in 1963-1964, more than 10-th mobile television stations and several stationary television translational points. However, the existing studio and field hardware ITC was not enough to provide 50-hour a day of broadcasting in six programs by 1970. In addition, there was no possibility of installing additional transmission antennas on the tower Shukhov, which was so extremely loaded antennas for receiving outside broadcasts. Standing near the 110-meter tower lightweight type, specially built for the Experimental Station of color television, also had opportunities to install additional antennas. The need for multi-program broadcasting required a substantial increase in the number of studios. But Shabolovskaya site and near no space for the construction of new studios. All this determined the need for a new television set with a new, higher television transmitting tower.
Telecenter designed under Khrushchev Architects LI Batalov, V. Zharov, AA Zakaryan, LS Soloviev, KS Shehoyan, Eng. AA Levinstein. 1964-1970 was planned that it will be 26 stories tall, but the project was approved a 13-storey building. Originally planned to accommodate television center on Lenin Hills - the highest point of the capital. However, for some reason the television center settled on the outskirts of Moscow, in a picturesque area of Ostankino: there was quite spacious for large-scale construction. The team first builders managed to build twice the telecentre than originally conceived in the Ministry of Communications. The grounds for such a scale had good: the object "Big Moscow" for the vast Soviet Union was to be no less than Olympic television center of NHK in Tokyo, a television center ORTF in Paris or the new BBC television center in London