According to TASS, the regions include St Petersburg and the Leningrad region, as well as Sevastopol, Crimea and parts of Siberia, North Causcasus, Central Federal District, North West and Chelyabinsk.
Quoting RTRS, it adds that the country has created a digital broadcasting network that includes 5,040 transmitting stations, each of which broadcasts 20 digital TV channels.
Together, they cover 17 million square km and reach 98.4% of the population.
The phased switch off of analogue signals started in the Tver Oblast on December 3 last year, following which it continued on February 11 (seven regions), April 15 (20 regions) and June 3 (36 regions).
Regional TV services will continue to be broadcast in analogue alongside national (federal) digital TV services.