1+1 International

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1+1 International
1 plus 1 International logo.svg
Owned by 1+1 Media Group
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Ukraine
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Kiev, Ukraine
Sister channel(s) 1+1
Ukraine Today
Website int.1plus1.ua
Astra 4A (Europe/CIS) 11766 H / 27500 / 3/4 (encrypted)
Bell Fibe TV (Canada) Channel 2892

1+1 International is an international TV channel aimed at the Ukrainian diaspora, broadcasting throughout North America and Europe. It is the international sister channel of the Ukrainian channel 1+1 and started broadcasting in March 2006.

1+1 International is broadcast on a 24-hour schedule and is run by Anatoliy Yerema, the general producer and chief director. It is available by satellite and cable across the World, as well as in many hotel rooms in Europe.


In late 2008, 1+1 International was removed from DirecTV & GlobeCast World TV in the United States and the Canadian variant of the channel, which was owned by Ethnic Channels Group, was relaunched as TONIS. 1+1 International is now available again in Canada, after being picked up by IMB+ Records, an IPTV provider.[1]

On March 10, 2016, 1+1 International re-launched in Canada, as a foreign service, via Bell Fibe TV.


The programming of 1+1 International is composed of various productions from the original 1+1 channel.

TSN (Television News Service)[edit]

TSN is broadcast live from Kiev and provides news broadcasting for the channel

Cultural Projects[edit]

The cultural projects Document, Telemania, Svoye Kino, Proty Nochi, Monology and Ostannya Barykada are broadcast on 1+1 International.

Talk shows[edit]

The channel also airs the talk shows Tabu and Bez Tabu.

Documentaries and TV series[edit]

Den Narodjennya Burjuya (The Bourgeois Birth Day) and Ukradene Shchastya (Stolen Happiness), as well as many more shows, are broadcast on the channel.

Webcam Project[edit]

WEB Cam is a project planned to fill the technical broadcasting intervals with live images of the central Maidan Nezalezhnosti square in Kiev as well as other areas in different cities.


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