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MTV Eesti
MTV Logo.svg
MTV Eesti logo 2006–2009
Launched4 September 2006
Closed18 November 2009
Owned byMTV Networks Europe / Ananey Communications Ltd
Audience share0.4% (October '07, TNS Emor)
SloganPlaneedi popim pätt.
(en. The most popular thug on the planet.)
CountryEstonia
Broadcast areaEstonia
HeadquartersRoseni 7, Tallinn, Estonia[1]
Replaced byMTV Europe
Sister channel(s)MTV Lithuania & Latvia
Websitewww.mtveesti.ee

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.

History

  • 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.
  • The first video to air on MTV Estonia was Vanilla Ninja - Rockstarz
  • 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 18 November 2009 MTV Europe has replaced MTV Baltic channels.

VJs

Channel content

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

Screenshot of MTV Eesti (September 2006 – June 2009)
Screenshot of MTV Eesti (September 2006 – June 2009)

References

  1. ^ "MTV Eesti – Contacts". MTV Eesti. Retrieved 27 May 2009.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 5 February 2008. Retrieved 20 November 2009.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ http://albert.balticbusinessnews.com/Default2.aspx?ArticleID=606e009e-b172-4394-8c34-73aabe954531&=miinus[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ http://www.baltic-course.com/eng/baltic_news/?doc=4212

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