The first meeting of the Baltic TV Tower delegations took place in Tallinn on August 1-2. The meeting discussed topical issues related to the operation and development of TV towers in Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga.

With the advent of television broadcasting and telecommunications technology, the role of the world’s tallest TV towers in the country’s radio engineering infrastructure is naturally diminishing, so the tower giants have to look for ways to restructure, develop tourism, entertainment, catering and other services.

Juri Kriisemann, Head of the TV Tower (Tallinn TV Tower), which underwent a major renovation In 2012, shared his knowledge and experience and ...

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 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 ...