UATV Enters Turkish TV Market
Turkey joins a long list of international broadcasters providing UATV to viewers
Türksat Company (Türksat Uydu Haberleşme Kablo TV ve İşletme A.Ş.) is one of the region’s leading companies providing all sorts of satellite communications through the satellites of Türksat as well as other satellites. Providing services for voice, data, internet, TV, and radio broadcasting through satellites across a wide area extending from Europe to Asia, Türksat is able to provide flexible solutions aimed at customers’ needs in regions where no terrestrial infrastructure is available. Bringing different languages and cultures together by means of its global solutions in satellite communications, Türksat provides cable broadcasting and Web TV services as well for its domestic subscribers through its existing cable infrastructure. Furthermore, Türksat operates the e-Government Portal within the scope of its information services and conducts projects for the provision of public services electronically.
“At Türksat, our aim is to offer quality content from our satellite and cable TV platforms, to our viewers and customers, in a fast and economical manner,” Cenk ŞEN, General Director of Türksat said. “In this context, the added value of Ukrainian State Television UATV to our rich and quality content is of great importance to us. In line with UATV’s continuous international broadcasting principles, I believe that its news programs, which are offered in 5 different languages, along with the content-rich programs on Ukraine’s history, culture, art and science, will not only be of great interest to Ukrainian citizens, who live in or visit our country, but to our citizens as well. I would like to welcome UATV to Türksat. I believe that by having UATV on Türksat’s platforms, it will play a vital role in taking the relationship between our countries even further,” he added.
“I am pleased that with the development of the Turkish-Ukrainian strategic partnership, the interest of Turkish society towards Ukraine, its culture and traditions is growing,” Andrii Sybiha, Ambassador of Ukraine to Turkey said. “Delivering true information from Ukraine and about Ukraine to Turkish citizens is one of our priorities, especially in the context of Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. The launch of UATV on the Türksat cable and IPTV networks is a real breakthrough in the information sphere, which became possible thanks to the joint work of the Embassy, UATV Channel and Türksat Company. Taking this opportunity, I would like to thank our Turkish friends for their cooperation and to express our sincere hopes for the implementation of important projects in the information sphere,” he added.
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