Espreso TV

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Espreso TV
Еспресо TV
Espreso tv ua.png
Launched November 2013
Picture format 16:9 (Full HD, 1080p)
Country Ukraine
Broadcast area Internet
Headquarters Kiev, Ukraine
Website Official Site
DVB-T2 MX-3 (23)
Streaming media

Espreso TV (Ukrainian: Еспресо TV) is an Internet television station in Ukraine that started to operate in November 2013. Espreso TV enabled the Euromaidan protests to be broadcast worldwide.[1][2]

On 22 January 2014, a journalist of Espreso TV Dmytro Dvoychenkov was kidnapped, beaten, and taken to an unknown location. He was later released.[3]

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