An Internet TV channel for hearing-impaired individuals will be launched in Ukraine by the end of 2015, report UaPost and Radio Rzeszów. Apart from providing labor-, legislation-, culture- and sports-related content, the channel will also be offering lessons in sign language.
Implemented jointly by Res-Gest Education Center (Rzeszów, Poland) and Green Cross Society (Lvov, Ukraine), the project will be funded by the Polish Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Reporters of GlusiTV, a Polish TV channel the new project will be based on, will also be helping the project get off the ground.
The Ukrainian version of GlusiTV was developed from August to December and is scheduled for launch in late November – early December 2015.
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