"Belsat TV journalists"

How Belarus authorities putting screws on Belsat journos before election Fines and arrests have long been the everyday for Belsat TV…

Belsat cameraman and blogger Mikhail Arshynski sentenced This is the second time he's been tried for streaming unauthorized rallies…

Police detain Belsat TV cameraman to prevent him from doing his job Immediately after the arrest, the cameraman's phone became unavailable.

Freelance cameraman fined for cooperation with Belsat On May 7, Mahiliou-based cameraman Mikhail Arshynski faced two trials under Art.…

Temporary changes of Belsat broadcasts over coronavirus The newscasts Lens will be broadcast at regular time.

Belsat TV crew detained by doctors in Minsk hospital On February 4, journalist Lyubou Lunyova and cameraman Vital Dubik were filming…

Belsat journalist in top 30 women photographers under 30 Our colleague Yulia Shablouskaya with her project "They Don't Kill Here" got…

Belsat 2019 prize winners named The winners of our traditional annual nominations were announced at the festive event…

Belsat TV contributors win For Devotion To Profession contest Brest-based journalists Milana Kharytonava and Ales Lyauchuk got the top award for…

Brest court fines Belsat TV contributors in absentia When being back from their vacation, freelance journalist Ales Lyauchuk and Milana…

Belsat TV contributors to pay fine to state budget Navapolatsk court has rejected journalists' application for delaying the payment of a fine.…

‘If you see Belsat journos, call the police.’ Belarus authorities playing safe? A document that was allegedly sent to Svetlahorsk district collective farms…

Belsat TV journos tried over news story made by other authors Ales Dzyanisau, Alyaksei Kairys and Kasya Lyaudatskaya are standing trial in Hrodna; according…

‘Collecting negative opinions’. Freelance journo fined for contributing to Belsat TV On April 15, Hlybokaye-based freelance journalist Zmitser Lupach stood trial in…

Police raid Belsat TV office in Minsk An Emergency Situations Ministry team used an angle grinder to break down the…