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Ukrainian TV channels blocked in Crimea

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March 9, 2014, 9:12 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Analogue broadcasts of all Ukrainian television channels have been shut off in the Crimea and Russian TV channels are being broadcast on some of the vacated frequencies, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported.
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Analogue broadcasts of all Ukrainian television channels have been shut off in the Crimea and Russian TV channels are being broadcast on some of the vacated frequencies, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported.

The television station Inter has been blocked and NTV is broadcasting on its frequency, Russia's Channel One is available on the frequency of the blocked 1+1, Russia's RTR broadcasts can be watched on the frequency of Ukraine's First National Channel, Zvezda television on STB's frequency, TNT on the frequency of Ukraine's Channel Five and TNV-Planeta on the frequency of ICTV.

Rossiya 24 is broadcasting on the frequency of the Crimean Black Sea Television and Radio Company.

The television stations K1, TET, Mega, M1, New Channel, NTN, Ukraine and 2+2 have been blocked.

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