Crimean Tatar children's TV Channel Lale is to receive a broadcast license soon, reported the “Head of the Republic of Crimea" Sergei Aksyonov a meeting with the finalists of a child talent show "Tatlı ses" in Simferopol as cited by Kryminform.
- We have agreed, a deal is a deal. I promised, and I will do it. We've talked with everyone, the TV Channel will receive the license. This high-quality, good and right product is in demand, so I am only for it, you can count on me to help you, Aksyonov told Lila Bujurova, organizer of the “Tatlı ses” festival.
The final gala concert of the children's talent show "Tatlı ses" took place Dec 6 at the State Academic Musical Theater of the Republic of Crimea, the city of Simferopol.
The first Crimean Tatar children Lale TV Channel started broadcasting in Crimea June 1, 2013. Apr. 1, 2015 the Crimean Tatar ATR and Lale TV Channels, Meydan and Leader Radio Stations, a part of the ATR media holding, stopped broadcasting due to the absence of Russian license.
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