ETV2

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Eesti Televisioon
ETV2 logo.svg
ETV2 logo
Launched 8 August 2008
Owned by ERR
Audience share 3.0% Decrease (September 2012, TNS Emor)
Country  Estonia
Broadcast area  Estonia
Headquarters Estonia Tallinn, Estonia
Sister channel(s) ETV
Website http://www.err.ee/etv2/
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue terrestrial Not available on Analogue Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial Multiplex 1[1]
Satellite
Cable
AS Starman Channel 14
IPTV
Elion's DigiTV Channel 4

ETV2 is an Estonian television channel, transmitted in digital format.

ETV2 began broadcasting on 8 August 2008, coinciding with the Olympic Games. On 25 August 2008, ETV2 continued broadcasting children's programs. Since 2 January 2009, the channel in the evening news broadcast will be "hot chamber" (19.30 - 20.00) and the publicist for the transfer of Russian-speaking audience.

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Coordinates: 59°26′3.99″N 24°46′18.21″E / 59.4344417°N 24.7717250°E / 59.4344417; 24.7717250