Epsilon TV

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Epsilon Television (or ETV) is one of the three TV channels of the Region of Eastern Central Greece and the Evia, based in the city of Livadeia.

History[edit]

Founded in 1995 by former Minister Aristides Tsiplakos and the productive classes of Boeotia. On 2004 maintained studios in Athens (Ilion) and on 2007 in Chalcis.

Broadcasting Channels[edit]

Digital: 57 UHF Parnes Attica, Analog: 51 UHF from Chlomon Mountain at Fthiotida, 55 UHF from P. Elias of Livadia, 62 UHF from Parnassus Mountain. On 2008 was approved for Digital Transmission, together with two other television stations of the same Region.

Schedule[edit]

Not informative general, cultural, social, musical entertainment.

Ownership[edit]

Company's shareholder structure on 8/07/2012:

  • John E. Pantazopoulos, Telecommunication Engineer D.Sc.: 40.00%
  • John A. Tsiplakos, Economist: 30.00%
  • Christos A. Tsiplakos, Electronic Engineer: 30.00%

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