Pūkas

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Pūkas-TV
Launched July 1, 2001
Country Lithuania Lithuania
Language Lithuanian
Headquarters Kaunas
Website http://www.pukas.lt/uab-pukas.html

Pūkas is the regional privately owned commercial broadcasting company of Lithuania founded in 1991. The company operates the two national radio stations and also broadcasts a regional channel Pūkas-TV. The company has provided regular radio service since 1996 and television broadcasting since 2001. The company is based in Kaunas, the second-largest city of Lithuania.

The two radio stations operate under the name of Pūkas. The radio is playing two programs: Pūkas (Lithuanian pop music)[1] and Pūkas-2 (jazz music).[2]

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  1. ^ [1] The Radio and Television Commission of Lithuania. Programme: Pūkas. Retrieved on 21 December 2011
  2. ^ [2] The Radio and Television Commission of Lithuania. Programme: Pūkas 2. Retrieved on 21 December 2011

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