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Television is the most popular medium in Russia, with 74% of the population watching national television channels routinely and 59% routinely watching regional channels. There are 3300 television channels in total. 3 channels have a nationwide outreach (over 90% coverage of the Russian territory): First Channel, Rossiya and NTV.

Note technical details and biss keys of CHE, Home and STS biss keys.

Yamal 402 @ 55°E
11345 V 30000 DVB-S2- MPEG-4
CTC (0) / SID: 0006
CTC (+2) / SID: 0009
BISS KEY C1 23 45 00 67 89 AB 00
Home (???????? TB (0) / SID: 0007
Home (???????? TB (+2) / SID: 0010
BISS KEY D1 23 45 00 67 89 AB 00
?TB (?? (0) / SID: 0008
?? (+2) / SID: 0011
BISS KEY AB C1 23 8F 45 67 89 35
??? Love (+0) / SID: 0012
BISS KEY 12 34 56 00 78 9A BC 00
LifeStyle TV 1-5 / SID: 0001-0005
BISS KEY 62 69 6E 59 67 6F 73 49

 

Yamal 402, 55.0°E
11345 V 30000, DVB-S2, MPEG-4
Che+0
SID:0008
CW: AB C1 23 8F 45 67 89 35

Home+0
SID: 0007
CW: D1 23 45 39 67 89 AB 9B

STS+0
SID:0006
CW: C1 23 45 29 67 89 AB 9B

Yamal 401, 90.0°E
11385 H 30000

Che + 4
SID: 0009
CW: AB C1 23 8F 45 67 89 35

Home + 4
SID: 0008
CW: D1 23 45 39 67 89 AB 9B

STS + 4
SID: 0007
CW: C1 23 45 29 67 89 AB 9B

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History of Russian TV channels

Between 1941 and 1945 all television broadcasts in the nation were interrupted because of Nazi Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union. During these early years, most television programs were about life in the Soviet Union, cultural activities and sports.

In 1960 a second national television channel was established. This initial expansion of activity encompassed mostly the city of Moscow, but to a lesser extent also Leningrad, the Urals, Siberia and the Ukrainian SSR. Each republic, area or region had its own television station.

In the 1970s and 1980s, television become the preeminent mass medium. In 1988 approximately 75 million households owned television sets, and an estimated 93 percent of the population watched television. Moscow, the base from which most of the television stations broadcast, transmitted some 90 percent of the country’s programs, with the help of more than 350 stations and nearly 1,400 relay facilities.

Updating the television in the Soviet Union, the release of its censorship by the Central Committee, began with the proclamation at the XXVII Congress of the new General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev’s new political course of the party in relation to the country. Chairman of the Radio and Television was Alexander Aksenov.

In 1991, the Soviet era Gosteleradio state system included four national television channels, 52 stations in the former Soviet republics and 78 regional stations in the Russian Federation.

Today there are about 15,000 transmitters in the country. Development of domestic digital TV transmitters, led within “Multichannel” research program, had already been finished. New domestic digital transmitters have been developed and installed in Nizhniy Novgorod and Saint Petersburg in 2001-2002.

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