List of Greek-language television channels

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The List of Greek-language television channels includes the following channels:

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List of television stations

Greece

Public National Channels

Private National Channels OTA (Digea)

Private Subscription Channels

Foreign Owned Specialty Channels

Local Channels

Athens - Attica

Thessaloniki - Central Macedonia

Eastern Macedonia and Thrace

Western Macedonia

Thessaly

Epirus

Central Greece

Peloponnese

Ionian Islands

Aegean Islands

Dodecanese

Crete

International Channels

International Local Greek Channels

Defunct channels

Public Channels

Private National Channels

Private Subscription Channels

Local Channels

International Channels

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