Epsilon TV

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Epsilon TV
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Launched 20 August 1995
Owned by Boeotian Broadcasting - ETV SA
Picture format 576i(SDTV, 4:3)
Slogan Epsilon the Liberal Hellenic Channel
Country Greece Greece
Broadcast area Sterea Hellas & Euboea
Headquarters Livadeia
Website http://www.etv-hellas.net
Availability
Terrestrial
Digea (FTA) Ch 53 UHF SFN for all Sterea Hellas & Euboea, Ch 47 only for Evrytania
Streaming media
Epsilon TV [1] Live,
Livestream [2] Traillers On Demand

Epsilon TV or ETV, in Greek: Έψιλον Τηλεόραση (alternative romanization: Epsilon Tileorasi), is one of the three Legal terrestrial TV Channels of the Region of Central Greece and Euboea Island, 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]

Epsilon TV, from 1995 until August 2014 was transmitting in Analog Mode from Parnes Mountain of Attica (UHF CH22), from Chlomon Mountain of Fthiotida (UHF CH51), from Profit Elias of Livadia (UHF CH55) and from Parnassus Mountain (UHF CH62). On 2008 was approved for Digital Transmission, together with the two other television stations of the same Region (Ena TV and Star Channel), so from August 2014 started its Digital transmission from Parnes Mountain and from November of 2014 switched all its Analog Transmissions in Digital mode. Now all the three TV Channels of Central Greece are transmitting in Digital from the Channel 53 UHF/SFN, to all of Central Greece and Euboea island, including a big part of Athens, covering an area of more than 6 million residents. See on the right the Coverage map.

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Schedule[edit]

General program without news. The program of the television station focuses on education, culture, society, tradition and entertainment. Especially on weekend noons there is a traditional program with Greek folk songs that is also streamed live on the Internet, in order to be available to Greeks who are living abroad. See EPG of Digea Provider

Ownership[edit]

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

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

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