3D appears in Estonia

By Chris Dziadul
May 11, 2010 11.14 UK

The Estonian cable operator STV has announced the launch of a 3D channel.

According to the company, STV HD1 made its debut at the beginning of this month and offers its viewers “sports, cultural and recreational programmes.” All its output is being aired in 3D other than that between 06.00 and 10.00.

STV is owned by unnamed local and Russian interests and the second largest cable operator in Estonia after Starman. Its offer includes HD channels and – since December last year – internet access at up to 100 Mbps.