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Kanal 2 was the country's most watched TV station in November for the sixth month in a row, but TV3 is closing the gap.

Prior to June, ETV was tops in the nation for a six-month run, but now it was only in third for a second straight month.

Kanal 2's share was 15.8 percent, TV3 had 15.4 percent and ETV had 14.1 percent.

PBK, which rose to second place in summer 2012, was in its usual fourth spot with 9.1 percent.

Fifth was NTV Mir with 4.4 percent, followed by RTR Planeta (4.3 percent), ETV2 (2.7 percent) and 3+ (2.5 percent). Tallinn TV had 0.5 percent.

The most watched programs were "Su nägu kõlab tuttavalt" (Your Face Looks Familiar) (TV3, 269,000), then "Pilvede all" (Under Clouds) (Kanal 2, 184,000) and "Pealtnägija" (Eyewitness) (ETV, 162,000).



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