Today the official start of the Current Time, a US-funded Russian-language television channel, was announced.

The TV channel has until now been available only to cable TV subscribers in Lithuania and now becomes a free-to-air terrestrial service available to all TV users in the country and technically will reach 98,3 percent of citizens.  The channel will also be accessible to people living in neighboring countries within 50 kilometers from the Lithuanian border.

Launched in February 2017, Current Time, or Nastoyashchee Vremya in Russian, is produced by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) in cooperation with the Voice of America (VOA) and offers fact-based news and opinions that are missing ...

Today, the Southeast Lithuania will get access to five uncoded Polish TV channels that have been officially launched via Lithuanian digital terrestrial television networks, i.e. TVP Polonia, TVP Info, TVP Historia, NUTA.TV and Power.

New Polish channels will be accessible in Vilnius, Vilnius, Švenčionys and Šalčininkai districts, including some parts of Ignalina, Anykščiai, Molėtai, Ukmergė, Jonava, Širvintos, Vievis, Kaišiadorys, Elektrėnai, Trakai, Varėna and Alytus district municipalities (see the attached map).

This retransmission project was commissioned by the Ministry of Transport and Communications and will be executed by the Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (Telecentras).

According to Saulius Skvernelis, Prime Minister of Lithuania, who ...

Today new radio transmitter for rebroadcasting the Russian and Belarusian-language services of the US Congress-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) was officially launched in Vilnius.

RFE/RL programs rebroadcast from Lithuania can potentially reach about 100 million people in the European part of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. Prague-based RFE/RL is currently broadcast 10 hours a day.

Remigijus Šeris, CEO of Telecentras: the new transmitter will greatly improve the quality of retransmission

The transmitting power of the new device is set at 75 kilowatts, the same as that of the old one, but it can be increased up to 300 kilowatts if needed, Remigijus Šeris, CEO of ...

Telecentras has launched the world’s first commercial IPTV service based on the 4G fixed LTE network solution. This service will provide fast access broadband services to more households so that more people can experience high-quality video in the country.

The 4G-based IPTV service is a joint innovation by Telecentras and Chinese corporation Huawei. The two companies jointly developed IPTV, which is based on 4G customer-premises equipment (CPE) and set top boxes (STBs), as well as Video on Demand (VOD) services. LRTC offers 34 television channels and VOD services including popular content related to sports, science and technology, and commercial finance. In ...

Lithuanian state-owned JSC Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (hereinafter Telecentre) is rapidly expanding new generation data transmission network operating on the basis of 4G LTE technology.

During 8 months of the development the company’s high-speed Internet network has covered 100 Lithuanian towns and villages. 400 base stations have already been mounted in the country’s cities, resorts, district and municipal centres and villages. On 17 August at 11:58 a.m. the Telecentre information system recorded 15000th customer who uses 4G LTE MEZON communication.

Currently Telecentre 4G LTE network covers the territory of Lithuania where 70% of the population reside.

“We can offer Internet plans of ...

This weekend Lithuania celebrated 90th anniversary of radio broadcasting in the country.

After a successful start of modernization of MEZON 4G Internet network last year, JSC Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (Telecentre) together with a technological partner, manufacturer of mobile communication infrastructure from China Huawei Technologies, continue a rapid development of the network and are going to install at least 450 base stations for the new generation 4G LTE mobile communication this year.

JSC Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre (Telecentre) implemented a new terrestrial digital television network adapted to the needs of the national broadcaster LRT.