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08.04.2004

The Ivano-Frankivsk oblast. Informational sphere of the region: statistical data

   

А.  1. The number of the registered mass media

According to the data of the representative of the National Council of Ukraine in charge of TV and radio broadcasting in the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast and the data of the directorate in charge of the press and information of the oblast state administration, 279 mass media are registered in the oblast.

2. The number of printed mass media and their runs

There are 238 printed mass media in the oblast. On 1 January 2003 the total run of the newspapers was:

one-time run -- 364 587 copies;

yearly run -- 20 192 918 copies.

The runs of magazines and digests (there are about 40 of them) is not constant. The majority of these editions are published not periodically and with small runs.

 

3. The number of electronic mass media with the identification of broadcasting diapasons

14 TV companies, 6 FM-radio companies, 7 cable TV companies and 1 cable broadcasting company are registered in the oblast.

Radio companies:

Radio “Zakhidny polus”, Ivano-Frankivsk — 104.3 MHz, broadcasting territory —Ivano-Frankivsk;

Radio “Dzvony”, Ivano-Frankivsk — 105.8 MHz, broadcasting territory — Ivano-Frankivsk;

Radio “Boychuk-studio”, Ivano-Frankivsk — 101.3 MHz, broadcasting territory —Ivano-Frankivsk;

Radio “Nova khvylia”, Sniatin — 101.8 MHz, broadcasting territory — the Sniatin district;

Radio “Siayvo”, Kolomya — 106.8 MHz, broadcasting territory — the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast;

The TV and radio company “Vezha”, Ivano-Frankivsk — 107 MHz, broadcasting territory — Ivano-Frankivsk.

TV companies of the oblast:

The oblast TV company “Galychchina”, Ivano-Frankivsk — channel 26 (1 kW), broadcasting territory — the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast;

The TV company “3-studio”, Ivano-Frankivsk — channel 30 (500 W), broadcasting territory — Ivano-Frankivsk, the Kalus district;

The TV company “RАІ”, Burshtyn — channel 3 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Galych district;

The TVRC “Kolomya”, Kolomya — channel 37 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Kolomya district;

The TVRC “Sniatin”, Sniatin — channel 9 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Sniatin district;

The town TV “КМТ”, Kalush — channel 33 (100 W), broadcasting territory — the Kalush district;

The district TVRC “Nezalezhnist”, Kalush — channel 33 (100 W), broadcasting territory — the Kalush district;

The TVRC “Zakhid”, Rogatin — channel 12 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Rogatin district;

People studio “Tysmenitsa”, Tysmenitsa — channel 5 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Tysmenitsa district;

The TVRC “NТК”, Kolomya — channel 23 (100 W), broadcasting territory — the Kolomya district;

The TV company “Nadvirna”, Nadvirna — channel 3 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Nadvirna district;

The TV company “Galychu — 1100”, Galych — channel 31 (100 W), broadcasting territory — the Galych district;

The district TV company “Kosiv -TV”, Kosiv — channel 8 (100 W), broadcasting territory — the Kosiv district;

The TVRC “Zakhid”, Dolyna — channel 5 (10 W), broadcasting territory — the Dolyna district.

Cable TV companies:

1) The TVRC “Discovery”, Ivano-Frankivsk;

2) The TVRC “RАІ”, Burshtyn;

3) The TVRC “Т+”, Kalush;

4) The TVRC “NТК”, Kolomya;

5) The TVRC “Kvant 2”, Kolomya*;

6) The company “Ephir”, Ivano-Frankivsk*;

7) The company “Khvylia”, Kalush*.

*— the companies that got the permission of the local power for the construction of cable networks. (According to the information of the newspaper “Vikna”, the company “T+” also develops its own cable network).

Cable broadcasting (“Mitris” system):

The TVRC “Karpaty” Ltd., Ivano-Frankivsk.

 

4. The number of Internet-editions

The official structures did not give us these data.

 

The number of mass media mentioned in items 1-4, which are actually present at the market:

Only 80 out of 198 registered newspapers, 9 out of 40 registered magazines and digests, as well as all cable, electronic and wire radio and TV companies, are actually present at the market.

 

B. 1. The number of mass media owned by the state

2. The number of mass media of the communal form of property

23 printed mass media.

9 companies of wire radio broadcasting.

7 TV companies.

1 radio company.

3. The number of privately owned mass media

2 companies of wire radio broadcasting.

3 TV companies.

5 radio companies.

8 companies of cable TV and cable broadcasting TV. 

4. The number of mass media of the combined form of property

2 companies of wire radio broadcasting.

4 TV companies.

 

There are no separate statistics on printed mass media. It is known only that 23 editions are communal, there are no state-owned editions, so the rest 215 editions are privately owned or are of the combined form of property.

C, D. National TV and radio organizations in the region

1) National TV company of Ukraine, TVRC “Era”.

2) UT-2, TVRC “Studio “1+1”.

3) TVRC “Inter”.

4) TVRC “ІСТV”.

5) TVRC “STB”.

6) TVRC “Novy kanal”.

7) TVRC “NBM”.

8) TVRC “ТЕТ”.

9) National TVRC of Ukraine.

10) Radio “Niko-FМ”.

Other TV and radio companies of Ukraine have no licenses of the National Council for using the broadcasting channels in the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast.

 

E. The language of the mass media from item A

1) 236 newspapers, magazines and digests out of 238 were registered as Ukrainian-language editions, and 2 – as Russian-language.

2) All electronic mass media registered in the oblast broadcast their programs only in Ukrainian.

3) The official sources have no information about the Internet-editions.

 

F. The data on the population of the region

According to the data of the Ivano-Frankivsk oblast statistics directorate, on 1 January 2002 the population of the oblast was 1,406,129.

The population census of 2001 showed that the oblast is inhabited by the representatives of the following nationalities:

97,52% — Ukrainians;

1,77% — Russians;

0,1% — Byelorussians;

0,03% — Jews;

0,04% — Moldavians;

0,13% — Poles;

0,41% — other nationalities.

98.9% of the oblast population speak Ukrainian in their everyday life, 0.7% -- Russian, 0.4% -- other languages.

Igor MUDRYK, Kalush, the newspaper “Vikna” (sent on 30 April)

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