|ERT Broadcasting House|
|Architectural style||Brutalist architecture|
|Address||Mesogeion Avenue 432, Agia Paraskevi|
Broadcasting House, also known as the House of Radio (Greek : Ραδιομέγαρο, romanized: Radiomégaro) is an office and broadcasting installation building in Athens, Greece. It currently houses the Greek state broadcaster, the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation.
Construction started in 1968, during the Greek military dictatorship for the housing of EIRT (National Radio Television Foundation), later replaced by the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT). Construction was complete by 1969 and it was inaugurated in 1974. It is one of the many examples of Brutalist architecture in public buildings in Athens.
On 11 June 2013, with the closure of ERT, the redundant workers occupied the building, which became the scene of large-scale demonstrations on the same day, on 11 September and 7 November.On 7 November, the riot police invaded, occupied and evacuated the building, evicting the workers.
Prior to its replacement, the original ERT sign was spelled out as "ELLINIKI RADIOFONIA TILEORASI" in Greek, with white text on a blue background.
On 13 April 2014, the old ERT sign was removed from the building in preparation for the installation of ERT's successor, New Hellenic Radio, Internet and Television. On 20 September, the new NERIT sign finished installation. Unlike its original predecessor, it was all blue text without a background, something which remains true in the current ERT sign. The sign remained there until 8 June 2015, when the "N" and "I" were removed to spell ERT after Alexis Tsipras decided to reopen the broadcaster. ERT was restored 3 days later, after NERIT closed on 6:00 EEST.
On 4 November 2017, the entire Greek spelling of ERT "ELLINIKI RADIOFONIA TILEORASI" was then restored on top of the building.
The telecommunications and postal services market in Greece is regulated by the Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT).
Television broadcasting in Greece began in 1966, preceded in 1951 by statute 1963 permitting television broadcasting.
The Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation or ERT (ΕΡΤ) is the state-owned public radio and television broadcaster of Greece.
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ERT1, is the flagship television network of state-owned broadcaster ERT. It was launched in 1966 as a television service of the National Radio Foundation (EIR). In 1970 it was transformed into the National Radio Television Foundation (EIRT).
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New Hellenic Radio, Internet and Television or NERIT (ΝΕΡΙΤ) was the state-owned public broadcaster for Greece from 4 May 2014 to 11 June 2015. Antonis Samaras' coalition government established NERIT to replace the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) in 2013: NERIT began broadcasting under their identity on 4 May 2014, replacing the transitional service Dimosia Tileorasi.
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Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 with the song "Utopian Land" written by Vladimiros Sofianidis. The song was performed by the band Argo, which was internally selected by the Greek broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) to represent Greece at the 2016 contest in Stockholm, Sweden. Argo were announced as the Greek representatives on 9 February 2016, while their song "Utopian Land" was presented on 10 March 2016.
Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 with the song "Better Love" written by Katerine Duska, Leon of Athens, David Sneddon and Phil Cook. The song was performed by Katerine Duska, who was internally selected by the Greek broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) to represent Greece at the 2019 contest in Tel Aviv, Israel. Katerine Duska was announced as the Greek representatives on 14 February 2019, while their song "Better Love" was presented on 6 March 2019.
Greece is set to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin, Italy, having internally selected Amanda Tenfjord to represent the country with the song "Die Together".