Levira and Rohde & Schwarz have demonstrated 5G Broadcast capabilities for public safety during the CREVEX 2023 crisis training exercise in Estonia.
HBO and Max Originals content are now available to subscribers of the Go3 OTT service in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has said it does not recommend the distribution of Viasat channels in the despite them holding a three-month licence issued by another EU country.
Estonia’s Consumer Protection and Technical Supervision Agency (TTJA) has awarded 5G licences in the 24.7-27.1 GHz frequency band.
Estonian terrestrial TV viewers will have free access to content in different languages for at least the next three years.
Estonia’s Consumer Protection and Technical Supervision Agency (TTJA) informed ISPs about 53 domain names through which it is possible to watch TV channels sanctioned in the European Union.
Tallin-based Levira has partnered with Starfish Technologies to introduce transport stream ad insertion.
The Elisa Elamus and Huub services operated by Estonia’s Elisa are now available as an app on newer Samsung and LG TVs.
The Estonian operator Elisa has been awarded the first 700 MHz frequency in the country’s second 5G auction.
The Polish public broadcaster’s English language international information and news channel TVP World is now available as a free-to-air (FTA) service in Estonia.