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2015–2017 2017–2020 2018–2020 2019–present

NSTU, stylised as Suspilne (from 2015 to 2020 as UA:PBC), is the state-owned public broadcaster of Ukraine. 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).

UA:PBC

2015–2020

2015–2017

Ua pbc 2015 teal.svg
Designer:  Dmytro Zots
Dmytro Melnyk
Typography:  Vida (custom typeface)

English version

2017–2020

UA PBC logo.svg
Designer:  Dmytro Zots
Dmytro Melnyk
Typography:  Museo

2018–2020

UA PBC 2018.svg
Designer:  Dmytro Zots
Dmytro Melnyk
Typography:  Proxima Nova

Suspilne

2019 (unused)

Suspilne unused 2019.svg
Designer:  Dmytro Zots
Dmytro Melnyk
Typography:  Montserrat

2019–present

Suspilne group 2019.svg

Following UA:Pershyi rebrands as Suspilne Pershyi for Facebook on November 28th, 2019, UA:PBC rebranded as Suspilne ("Public" in Ukrainian) on December 5th, 2019. The corporate logo will be adapted for the channels' new logos in 2021.

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