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MTV (Estonian TV channel)

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MTV Eesti
MTV logo
Broadcast areaEstonia
HeadquartersRoseni 7, Tallinn, Estonia[1]
OwnerMTV Networks Europe / Ananey Communications Ltd
Sister channelsMTV Lithuania & Latvia
Launched4 September 2006
Closed19 November 2009
Replaced byMTV Europe
Screenshot of MTV Eesti (September 2006 – June 2009)

MTV Eesti was a twenty-four-hour music and entertainment channel operated by MTV Networks Europe. The channel began on 4 September 2006 at 22:00 EEST.[2] The channel was available in Estonia.

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  • In 2006, MTV Networks Europe established MTV Networks Baltic, a new broadcasting service which provided localized channels for Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. MTV Networks Baltic launched three separate channels within the region in September 2006.
  • In 2008, MTV Networks International signed a new licensing agreement with Israeli Communications company Ananey Communications to operate and manage the MTV brand within the Baltic Region.[3]
  • The channel ceased broadcasting on 18 November 2009.[4]
  • As of 19 November 2009 MTV Europe has replaced MTV Baltic channels.


Channel content

Similar to other MTV channels in Europe. MTV Estonia featured both local and international entertainments shows.


  1. ^ "MTV Eesti – Contacts". MTV Eesti. Retrieved 27 May 2009.
  2. ^ "MTV to launch music TV channels in three Baltic states — - business, legal and financial news and information from the European Union". Archived from the original on 5 February 2008. Retrieved 20 November 2009.
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  4. ^ "MTV Estonia to cease transmission".

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