The international Russian language news and current affairs channel Current Time can now be received as a free-to-air (FTA) service in Estonia.
Estonia’s Levira has taken the next step to broadcasting sports games on TV and the web with the help of artificial intelligence (AI).
The basketball season has restarted in Estonia thanks to an innovative approach involving technical support from Levira.
Estonia’s Levira has announced it is ready to continue digital TV broadcasting in both SD and HD quality in 2021-2022.
Nearly 100,000 Estonian households only watch digital terrestrial TV (DTT) services.
Levira has appointed Veiko Sepp its new executive VP of sales and member of the board.
Elisa Klassic customers throughout the whole of Estonia are now able to watch the country’s most popular terrestrial TV channels in HD.
Estonia’s leading cable operator Elisa has begun to broadcast a new generation of HD picture in partnership with Levira.
Levira and the A1-automated sports production company Pixellot have signed an exclusive, long-term production agreement with the Estonian and Latvian Basketball Associations.
Martti Kinkar has been appointed the director of innovation and development and a member of the management board at Levira.