January 19, was a Public joint stock company «national public broadcasting company of Ukraine».
The entry about this appeared in the Unified state register of legal entities and physical persons-entrepreneurs.
The founder is the state represented by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. The authorized capital amounts to 2.54 billion hryvnia.
Until the appointment of the Chairman of the Board NOTE the duties Anna Bull, who was the Deputy Director General of the National television company of Ukraine.
JSC «national public broadcasting company of Ukraine» is the successor of the National television company of Ukraine, established in 1995.
We will remind, on December 28 2016 the government approved the Statute of Public joint stock company «national public broadcasting company of Ukraine».
The Supervisory Board of NSTU included: Yevhen hlibovytsky, Tatyana Lebedeva, Vladimir Brynzak, Vadim City, Oleksiy Panych, Natalya Skrypka, Viktor Taran, Taras Shevchenko, Volodymyr Yavorivsky, Igor Khokhich, Vitaly Portnikov, Sergey Taran, Lavrenty malazoniya, Svetlana Ostap, Taras Avrakhov, Vyacheslav Kozak, Darya Karyakina. The composition of the Supervisory Board was approved on 17 December 2015.
Public service broadcasting — a form of broadcasting that serves the public, is funded by him and accountable to him. The law on public-legal broadcasting in Ukraine was adopted in 1997, but until now had not been enacted.
Public broadcasting as a high quality media product should be aimed at meeting the needs of all citizens in society irrespective of their purchasing power. In this case, the needs of minorities should be given special attention.
The basic principles of public broadcasting are:
— universal orientation programs, that is for all citizens equally, regardless of their income or belonging to libguppi (layer);
— diversity and balance of content, genres, groups, viewers and listeners;
— distinctively programs of public service broadcasters differ from the programs of other broadcasters, in particular, the best quality, culturally-enriching content, and a high level of innovation;
the independence of broadcasters from political and market pressures.
The form of financing that meets the above criteria is considered a subscription fee.
Public broadcasting is an obligation of Ukraine before the Council of Europe, publicly supported by all key political players and expert community and representatives of public organizations unanimously recognize its necessity.
The government has registered the National public TV and radio company 19.01.2017