NSTU, stylised as Suspilne (from 2015 to 2020 as UA:PBC), is the state-owned public broadcaster of Ukraine and the youngest in Europe. Suspilne was presented in 2015 and created in 2017 following the merger of the state-run National Television Company of Ukraine (NTKU), and the national state-run radio broadcaster, Radio Ukraine. It operates two TV channels, four radio stations, 24 regional TV channels and 30 regional radio stations.
Several other European countries continue to have separate public broadcasters for TV and radio, such as Ukrainian neighbours, Romania (TVR and ROR) and Poland (TVP and PR).
Following UA:Pershyi's rebranding to Suspilne Pershyi on Facebook on November 28th, 2019, UA:PBC rebranded to Suspilne ("Public" in Ukrainian) on December 5th, 2019. The logo is a teal semicircle stylised with the Cyrillic letter S. The corporate logo was supposed to be adapted for the new channel logos in 2019-2020, but this did not happen, due to the fact that the National Council on Television and Radio Broadcasting of Ukraine refused to renew the license, this did not happen.
Regional stations: UA:Radio Ukraine regional stations: Voice of Kyiv | Radio Crimea | Chernihiv Wave | Radio Ros (Cherkasy) | Radio Dnipro | Radio Kryvyi Rih | Radio Lviv | Radio Karpaty | Radio Kropyvnytskyi | Radio Kherson | Radio Kharkiv | Radio Lutsk | Radio Odesa | Radio Ltava (Poltava) | Radio Rivne | Radio Mykolaiv | Radio Podillia-Tsenter | Radio Sumy | Radio Ternopil | Radio Chernivitsi | Radio Luhanshchyna | Radio Vinnitsia | Radio Zaporizhia | Radio Zhytomyr | Radio Uzhorod
Other regional stations: Radio Tysa FM | Zhytomyr Wave | Voice of Donbas | UA: Radio Puls