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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 27.11.2014, 10:09

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Estonia is leading among Baltics in ITC Development Index 2014

Estonia is leading among Baltics in ITC Development Index 2014

26.11.2014

According to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Lithuania is ranked 40 among 166 countries in the annual Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Development Index 2014. Meanwhile, Latvia is ranked 33rd and Estonia – 21st, informs LETA/ELTA.

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Tele2 Lithuania secures Police Department tender

Tele2 Lithuania secures Police Department tender

24.11.2014

Mobile operator Tele2 Lithuania has won a tender to provide telecommunications services for the Police Department, informs LETA/ELTA.

ERR: new Russian-language channel will not be a propaganda channel in Estonia

ERR: new Russian-language channel will not be a propaganda channel in Estonia

22.11.2014

Board member of the Estonian Public Broadcasting Company (Eesti Rahvusringhääling – ERR) Ainar Ruussaar said on Friday that the new Russian-language channel ERR will be creating will not be a propaganda channel, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.


Estonians like buying smarter TV sets

Estonians like buying smarter TV sets

21.11.2014

Estonian TV sets shopping survey shows that as time goes on, people buy smarter and bigger TV sets, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

Lithuanian Cgates to be sold

Lithuanian Cgates to be sold

21.11.2014

Extraordinary event has occurred in Lithuania's telecommunications market – one of the most lucrative internet, cable TV and landline telecommunications service providers Cgates is going to be sold, informs LETA/ELTA.

21.11.2014

Estonian government supports creating a Russian-language TV channel

The Estonian government discussed at its Thursday evening cabinet meeting the establishment of a Russian-language TV program, and gave its support to it; to make the final decision, the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Culture need to find financing sources for around EUR 4 million per year, LETA/Pubic Broadcasting reports.

20.11.2014

No new frequencies for Russian propaganda channel in Estonia

Estonian Technical Surveillance Authority confirmed that there are currently no available radio frequencies in Estonia to offer, so the planned Russian propaganda channel will not be broadcast by FM radio waves in Estonia, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

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