|Owner||Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation|
|Founded||1988 (as a General Management of ERT Northern Greece) |
1994 (as ERT3)
ERT3 (Greek : Ελληνική Ραδιοφωνία Τηλεόραση 3) is a regional broadcasting center in Thessaloniki that belongs to the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT), the public service broadcaster in Greece. It provides radio and television programming with Northern Greek perspectives.
The European Broadcasting Union is an alliance of public service media organisations, established on 12 February 1950. The organisation is made up of 115 member organisations in 56 countries, and 31 associate members from a further 20 countries. It is best known for producing the Eurovision Song Contest. It also hosted debates between candidates for the European Commission presidency for the 2014 and 2019 parliamentary elections but is unrelated to the European Union itself.
The telecommunications and postal services market in Greece is regulated by the Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT).
Public broadcasting involves radio, television and other electronic media outlets whose primary mission is public service. In many countries of the world, funding comes from governments, especially via annual fees charged on receivers.
Television broadcasting in Greece began in 1966 and this was 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 for Greece.
Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, or CyBC, is Cyprus' public broadcasting service. It transmits island-wide on four radio and two domestic television channels, and uses one satellite channel for the Cypriot diaspora. It also transmits on a separate high definition channel.
ERT World is an internationally broadcast Greek-language channel run by Greece's national broadcaster with the same name (ERT). Programming includes a mix of news, discussion-based programmes, drama, documentaries, entertainment shows as well as sports coverage including live games from Greece's top football league, Super League Greece.
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).
ERT3 is a Greek free-to-air television channel, owned by the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, the public broadcaster of Greece. It is an entertainment channel: although it broadcasts nationwide, most of the content on ERT3 is centred towards Northern Greece: consequently, ERT3 mainly broadcasts from Thessaloniki instead of the Broadcasting House in Athens, with regional studios in various cities in the north, including Florina, Komotini, Alexandroupoli and on the islands of Paros, Lesbos (Mytilene) and Samos.
The mass media in Greece refers to mass media outlets based in the Hellenic Republic. Television, magazines, and newspapers are all operated by both state-owned and for-profit corporations which depend on advertising, subscription, and other sales-related revenues. The Constitution of Greece guarantees freedom of speech.
Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with the song "This Is Our Night" sung by Sakis Rouvas. The Greek national television broadcaster Ellinikí Radiofonía Tileórasi (ERT) announced that it had internally selected Rouvas to represent Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest on July 15, 2008, making Greece the first country to pick an artist for the 2009 edition.
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.
The Broadcasting House or House of Radio is an office and broadcasting installation building in Athens, Greece. It was constructed in 1968–69, during the military dictatorship for the housing of EIRT, later renamed to Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT). It is one of the many examples of brutalist architecture in public buildings in Athens.
First Programme is the first program that operated public radio, originally emitted in the National Radio Foundation and later Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation.
102 FM is a radio station on 102 MHz in Thessaloniki, Greece. It is owned by ERT3, a regional public television channel aimed at northern Greek audiences, and broadcasts news and talk programs.
The Hellenic Radio is the main public radio broadcaster in Greece. Founded in 1987 as a subsidiary of public broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT), it broadcast four domestic radio channels and the multilingual shortwave radio channel Voice of Greece.
The Armed Forces Information Service was the television and radio station of the Greek Armed Forces, operating from 1966 until its conversion to a civilian broadcaster in 1982.
ERT2, formerly NET, is the second television network of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, the public broadcaster of Greece. It broadcasts documentaries, talkshows, current affairs programs, sporting events and children's shows.
Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song "This Is Love" written by Dimitris Kontopoulos, Romy Papadea and John Ballard. The song was performed by Demy. Initially, two artists were to compete in a national final However, these plans were abandoned on 13 January when Demy and Dimitris Kontopoulos were instead internally selected to represent the nation. The Greek national broadcaster Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT) held a national final on 6 March 2017, at which three songs written by Kontopoulos were performed by Demy. The song with the highest percentage was selected represent the country. Eventually, "This Is Love" performed by Demy was selected as the Greek entry for the 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine.