The parliamentary TV channel Rada concluded a 120 million hryvnias agreement for the production of programs for the TV marathon ‘Yedyni Novyny’ with the company ‘Kinokit’, which is ...
The state-run TV channel ‘Rada’ came under scrutiny over its commissioning rules after it reportedly paid 630 thousand hryvnas for a new TV show.
Rada TV editors confused Ukraine's parliament speaker with European parliament's president who died earlier this day.
On December 15, Volodymyr Petrov offended the former German chancellor Angela Merkel on the air of the ‘Rada’ TV channel.
Makeover of 'Rada' TV channel leads to wrangling in the parliament over its funding and editorial policies.
Makeover of parliamentary TV channel can eat up a sizeable chunk of funding for Ukrainian parliament and lawmakers are not excited about it. Another headache is its unclear legal status that requires a completely new law.
According to media reports, Volodymyr Petrov known for his ties to Zelensky officials and his past record of controversies that include criminal charges of obtrusion to police and violations of privacy will lead a makeover of Ukrainian ‘parliamentary TV channel.