Prisma+

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Prisma+ was a digital terrestrial and satellite commercial-free channel provided by ERT, the public broadcaster in Greece. It is the first digital channel in Greece (it launched at 20 March 2006). It is also the only channel in Greece, which is fully accessible for people with disabilities.

Programming[edit]

Prisma+ broadcasts a programme with a variety of emissions and films. The majority of its programmes, unlike its sister channels is subtitled via teletext service. Prisma+ broadcasts 24 hours a day, but its main programming is from 1:00 p.m. to 12:00 at midnight. The rest of the programming are revisions.

Replacement[edit]

March 19, 2012 was the day that Prisma+ was replaced by Deutsche Welle. Some of Prisma+'s programs are now broadcast via the frequency of ET1, digitally-only.

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