by Andris Straumanis Viewers in Estonia won’t find any toothpaste testimonials or cola drink jingles on public television this year. In an unusual two-year experiment that began on 1 January, private broadcasters have paid the popular Estonian Television (ETV) to stop running commercial advertising. The deal was one of the major goals of Toomas Lepp, […]

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