Espreso TV (Ukrainian: Еспресо TV) is an Internet television channel in Ukraine that started its operations in November 2013. Espreso TV provided worldwide coverage of the Euromaidan protests.
The channel is owned by the media company Goldberry LLC. Before August 2017, 99% of Espreso TV was owned by Mykola Knyazhytsky's wife, Larysa Knyazhytska.
In August 2017, Inna Avakova (wife of former Interior Minister Arsen Avakov) bought 40% of Goldberry LLC and Arseniy Yatsenyuk (former Prime Minister) 30%; The remaining 30% of Goldberry LLC remained under the ownership of Larysa Knyazhytska. On January 22, 2014, Dmytro Dvoychenkov, a journalist of Espreso TV, was kidnapped, beaten and taken to an unknown location. He was later released.