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1st Channel

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The First Channel includes information and news narrating events in Ukraine and abroad; cycle programmes on political and social-economic subjects; literary and musical programmes, programmes for children and youth

2nd Channel

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Information-musical youth channel deals with the most urgent problems of young people in Ukraine, in particular it helps to get oriented towards choosing one's trade, informs of the most important events in the life of youth, acquaints with modern Ukrainian music.

3rd Channel

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UR Third Programme - "Channel of spiritual rebirth Radio "Kultura" which is basically aimed at creating in domestic radio space a special environment of high spiritual culture involving mass listeners' audience.

Radio Ukraine International

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RUI acquaints foreign listeners with all diversity of political and social-economic life in Ukraine.
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International Grand Prix for Radio

International Grand Prix for Radio

First held in 1989, International Grand Prix for Radio, organized by URTI (International University of radio and TV) is a yearly event. The Grand Prix is awarded to the cultural program which is noteworthy for the quality of its production, the originality of its ideas, the universality of its language and for its specific radio style treatment. Thus URTI confirms the idea that due to its power of imaginative persuasion, its flexibility of program production and the simplicity of its broadcasting technique, radio remains the irreplaceable and powerful in fulfilling the people’s cultural and educational needs.
The NRCU’s entries:
2005 – "The woman was sowing the golden stone" (producer: Halyna Babiy)
2006 – "Street children" (producer: Alina Akulenko) and "Le monde en couleurs" (producer: Oleksandra Tanaskova)
2007 – “Scope” (producer: Tetiana Harbul)
2010 – “Advancement” (producer Andriy Klymchyk)
For more information please visit:  www.urti.org