SC Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre

SC Lithuanian Radio And Television Centre

Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre, otherwise called the Telecentre, has the most extensive experience in the field of telecommunications among Lithuanian companies. The activity was commenced on 12 April 1926 when the first Lithuanian radio sounds were broadcasted from Kaunas radio station. TV programmes broadcasting services were launched on 30 April 1957. The Telecentre is state-owned stock company falling under supervision of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

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