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Russians target Suspilne's satellite signal

14.03.2024, 10:00

Suspilne Ukraine recorded an attempt to jam their satellite signal from Russia, reports Suspilne on their website.

The attack took place on March 13. The signal was being jammed from the space communications center "Medvezh'i Ozera", located in the Moscow suburbs.

This is the second time Suspilne faces an attempt to jam their signal on the Astra satellite. The targeted TV channels include "Pershiy", "Suspilne Culture", "Suspilne Crimea", "Suspilne News", "Suspilne Sport", as well as the radio stations.

The space communications center "Medvezh'i Ozera" on the outskirts of Moscow. Photo by Suspilne

The attack lasted for an hour and resulted in the television and radio channels being unavailable on the satellite. The broadcasting has since been restored.

In November 2023, Russia attempted to interfere with the work of five Suspilne TV channels via satellite by trying to jam them and change their content.

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