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Open TV

Open TV
Country Greece
Broadcast areaNational
HeadquartersPaiania, Greece
Picture format1080i HDTV (downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
  • Radiotelevision S.A.
  • (a subsidiary of Dimera Media Investments,[1]
  • a company of Ivan Savvidis[2])
Sister channelsPlus TV
Launched1990-2013 (as 902 TV)
2013-2018 (as Epsilon TV)
2018-present (as Open TV)
Replaced902 TV (1990-2013)
Former namesEpsilon TV (2013-2018)
WebsiteOfficial Website
DigeaAll over Greece at local frequencies
Nova GreeceChannel 981
Nova CyprusChannel 114
Cosmote TVChannel 110
Cosmote TVChannel 10
Vodafone TVChannel 7
Wind VisionChannel 11
Streaming media
Open TVLive TV
Former logo (2 February - 23 October 2018)

Open TV, formerly Epsilontv,[3] is a Greek free-to-air television station, based in Paiania, East Attica.


It belonged to Radio-television S.A. which was sold from Communist Party of Greece to the Cypriot offshore company A-Orizon Media Ltd. under contract came on July 31, 2013, and replaced the 902 channel. The operation began on September 11, 2013, at 00:10 with broadcast Entertainment Gossip News with presenter Maria Louisa Vourou.

The first station's newscast sent out the same day at 19:30 pm, with main presenter journalist George Karameros. Since October 2013 the channel has a full schedule, including Press News, information, entertainment, cultural and sports programs. George Tragas for a few months showed the program State of Siege and subsequently Restricted Area. Also presented program Without Anesthetic and Sniper. Since September 2014, the main news program has been presented by Lina Klitou. In 2017, the channel was sold to Ivan Savvidis.[2][4] Filippos Vrionis was the former owner.[5]

Broadcasting signaling

The E Channel began broadcasting from its platform Digea on 11 September 2013. On 22 November 2013 the channel joined the Cable platform Nova Greece at position 114 and Nova Cyprus at position 613 and from December 15, 2014, and joined the Cable platform of Cosmote TV at position 111. On the afternoon of 8 March 2016 officially launched the E Channel to broadcast in high definition (HD). Also, old Epsilon TV has been working with Greek New Epsilon TV, Extra Channel and Cypriot Plus TV.


The Open TV program "" (Eutixeite, lit. "happenings") and its host Katerina Kainourgiou were criticized due to her and the show's guests ridiculing South Korean pop singers Oh Se-hun, Kang Daniel, V and Jungkook who made it on a list of "the 100 most handsome faces of 2018".[6]





  1. ^ ? Dimera Media Investments ? ? ? Epsilon TV (in Greek). Fortune (Greece). 24 November 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ a b ? ? ? ? ? ? (in Greek). CNN (Greece). 11 August 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ OPEN ? - ?. (in Greek). 23 October 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ ? ? ? Epsilon? ?
  5. ^ Skarlatos, Theopi (27 May 2016). Written at Athens. "Greek media upheaval hits Mega TV channel". BBC News. London. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ Kang, Gyeong-ju (7 January 2019). " ?" TV , ·· . Korea Economic Daily (in Korean). Retrieved 2019.

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