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For other uses, see ETV. Eesti Televisioon ETV2 logo Launched 8 August 2008 Owned by ERR Audience share 3.2% (February 2010, TNS Emor) Country  Estonia Broadcast area  Estonia Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia Sister channel(s) ETV Website Availability Terrestrial Analogue terrestrial Not available on Analogue Terrestrial Digital terrestrial Multiplex 1[1] Satellite Viasat Cable AS Starman STV AS Telset 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 January 2 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. References ^ External links ETV2 official website (Estonian) v • d • e Television in Estonia Eesti Rahvusringhääling Eesti Televisioon (ETV) · ETV2 Schibsted Kanal 2 · Kanal 11 MTG TV3 · TV3+ · TV6 · Viasat Sport Baltic Others Alo TV · Eesti Kristlik Televisioon · Seitse · TV14 · TVN Defunct TV1 · TV4 · CITV · Eeter TV · EVTV · MTV Eesti · Neljas · RTV · Tipp TV This Estonian television-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a television station is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e