Reportedly, Hakakari is joining Yleisradio
, Finnish Broadcasting Company.
NOA technology has been installed in more than thirty international institutions, including Austria's ORF, Sweden Radio (SRF), Yleisradio
Finland (YLS) and Vlaamse Radio-en Televisieomroep (VRT).
Rauno Enden and Eino Lyytinen, Yleisradio
1926-1996: A History of Broadcasting in Finland, Helsinki: WSOY Painolaitokset, 1996, p255.
"We have about 100 people, who left Finland to fight in IS forces- It is a large number of Finnish [people], considering how small the community is," Soini told the Finnish Yleisradio
Oy broadcaster in an interview.
Inno is produced by Metronome Film and Television, and it is aired on the commercial channel Nelonen, while Kodin kaantopiiri was produced by the national public broadcasting company Yleisradio
and was aired on TV2, one of its channels.
Saarakkala, 28, said he would submit a bill proposing to criminalize ritual circumcision in boys younger than 15 years of age, according to the online edition of Yleisradio
, Finland's national public broadcasting company.
CREDITS: A Blind Spot Pictures, 27 Films Prod., New Holland Pictures production, in association with YLE, with the support of the Finnish Film Foundation, Hessen-Invest Film, Eurimages, DFFF, Screen Queensland, Nordisk Film & TV Fond, Media Development Media 121, in cooperation with Yleisradio
. (International sales: Stealth Media Group, Los Angeles.) Produced by Oliver Damian, Tero Kaukomaa, Sanmli Torssonen, Cathy Overett, Mark Overett.
Finnish IT company Tieto (HEL:TIE1V) said Monday it has agreed to buy the remaining 20% stake in its joint venture with media and broadcasting company Yleisradio
(YLE), Tieto Broadcasting IT Oy, for an undisclosed sum.
(Yleisradion tasa-arvotoimikunnan julkaisuja sarja, 1996, A: 1.) Yleisradio
Oy, Helsinki, 1996, 27, 38-41; Pilvre, B.
Oy (YLE) is a media company engaged in public full service television and radio broadcasting, whose tasks, operation and financing are defined by law.
The 2002 conference was organized jointly by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication of the University of Tampere and Yleisradio
(YLE), the Finnish Public Broadcasting Company.