Digital terrestrial television in Estonia
Digital terrestrial television in Estonia, was officially launched on 15 December, when the operator Zuum TV launched its pay service on two multiplexes.  Transmissions are made with MPEG-4 AVC compression using the DVB-T standard.
In June 2007, Levira and ETV announced that they had agreed to launch an HDTV trial in July 2007. 
In November 2007, a third multiplex was launched, covering almost all of the country. This multiplex was to be used by free-to-air services, while the two existing national multiplexes would only carry pay channels. Hence the public channel ETV was transferred to the new multiplex. At this time, the only free-to-air channels available were ETV and Kalev Sport, but they were followed by Kanal 2, TV6 and Kanal 11 in March 2008.
As of 2010, the multiplexes contain the following channels: 
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- "Estonia - Official launch of DTT services". DigiTAG. 15 December 2006. Archived from the original on 19 July 2011. Retrieved 18 October 2007.
- "Levira and ETV agreed to start HD transmissions over DTT" (Press release). Levira. 4 June 2007. Archived from the original on 12 June 2007.
- Third DTT mux for Estonia : Broadband TV News
- "LEVIRA DTT" (PDF). Retrieved 26 June 2008.
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