France 24 has signed a distribution deal with Estonian broadcast services provider Levira, making the channel available on Digital Terrestrial television throughout the country.
The English version of the news network is now available 24-hours per-day on channel nine of the EPG as part of Estonia’s new Levira-deployed DTT pilot network.
France 24 said that the new agreement will deliver the station to more than 140,000 households across the country. The station is already available in Estonia on cable through STV and Starman, as well as on Elion’s IPTV offering.
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