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Ert1

ERT1
Launched 23 February 1966
11 June 2015 (relaunch)
Owned by ERT
Picture format 16:9, 576i (SDTV)
Audience share 6.4% (8/6/2015 - 14/6/2015, AGB)
Country Greece
Language Greek
Broadcast area Internationally
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Formerly called EIRT (1966-1975)
ERT (1975-1982)
ERT1 (1982-1987)
ENA (1993-1994)
ET1 (1987-1993, 1994-2013)
ERT1 (2015-)
Sister channel(s) ERT2
ERT3
ERT HD
ERT World
Website ΕRΤ1
Availability
Terrestrial
DVB-T Channel 01
Satellite
NOVA Greece Channel 102
OTE TV Channel 103
IPTV
OTE TV Channel 103
Streaming media
ERT1 Live Watch Live

ERT1 (short for Ellinikí Radiophonia Tileórassi 1)[1](Greek: ΕΡΤ1), formerly ET1 (short for Ellinikí Tileórassi 1; Greek: Ελληνική Τηλεόραση 1; Greek for Hellenic Television 1), is the flagship television network of the ERT, the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation. It was launched in 1966 as a television service of the EIRT. Before being previously closed by the last Greek government, ET1 was mainly an entertainment and cultural channel, but it also used to broadcast various types of programming such as documentaries, news, sports and children's shows. On 11 June 2015 ERT was reopened and ET1 channel was renamed to ERT1, technically replacing NERIT1. ERT1 is now a mainly news channel. The channel's current programming includes movies, popular foreign shows and some cultural shows.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Programming 2
  • Logos 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The channel launched on 23 February 1966 as part of the National Radio and Television Foundation (Greek: Εθνικό Ίδρυμα Ραδιοφωνίας-Τηλεόρασης or EIRT), and it was the first general television channel in Greece (YENED, then orientated towards the Greek Armed Forces only, went on air four days later, on 27 February 1966): it remained the only general television channel until 3 November 1982, when the Greek Armed Forces relinquished ownership of YENED to ERT (the latter having replaced EIRT on 3 December 1975).[2]

On 18 August 2011, the government under George Papandreou proposed to close ET1 and redistribute its programmes to ERT's two remaining television channels, NET (New Hellenic Television) and ET3. However, the Greek coalition government (then with Antonis Samaras as Prime Minister) abolished ERT entirely on 11 June 2013, resulting in widespread condemnation. ET1 went off air on the same day, but ERT's employees at Radiomegaro kept NET on air, with the assistance of the European Broadcasting Union, who sent satellite retransmission vans to the station's headquarters, via the Internet and as part of the ERT Open movement, until riot police evicted them on 7 November 2013: employees from the Thessaloniki studio continued to unofficially transmit ET3, also via the Internet and under the same movement, until 11 June 2015.

On 11 June 2015, exactly two years after the closure of ET1, the following coalition government (with Alexis Tsipras as Prime Minister instead) restored ERT as part of the counter-austerity measures: on the same day, ET1 became ERT1 under ERT’s current identity scheme. It technically replaced NERIT1 on its frequencies.

Programming

Shows include:

  • ERT ENIMEROSI - ERT weekday breakfast news from 6-12 a.m .Hosted by Nikos Aggelidis and Vassiliki Chaina(6-8),Giannis Darras and Marilena Katsimi(8-10),Fanis Papathanasiou and Marion Mixelidaki (10-12).
  • Menoume Ellada- airs Monday to Friday at 1:00pm; a travel magazine hosted by Renia Tsitsibikou and Petros Koublis.
  • On ERT -An afternoon news program hosted by Eleni Chrona and Andreas Roditis.Airs weekdays 16-18 p.m.
  • ERT PROTI ORA –Weekend breakfast news program hosted by Takis Sarantis and Christos Pagonis. Airs from 7 to 10 a.m.
  • ERT FOCUS Nightly news program hosted by various hosts.
  • Oi lexis ftaine - A show on Greek language hosted by Giorgos Babiniotis and Vicky Flessa.
  • ERT KOSMOS- Afternoon news program hosted by Periklis Gonos and Maria Kontaxi.
  • Athilitiki Kyriaki -[SPORTS SUNDAY] ERT sports show on its 44 th season.Hosted by Vassilis Bakopoulos,Petros Maurogiannidis and Anna Anastasopoulou.
  • Ta stekia-Documentary series by Nikos Triantafilidis.
  • Sta Akra-Hosted by Vicky Flessa.Late night talk show, in wchich khown people are getting interviewed
  • PROSOPIKA- A show wchich shows stories of remarkable people.Hosted by Elena Katritsi.
  • H MHXANH TOY XRONOY-A documentary by Christos Vassilopolos, focusing on big historical events.
  • ES AYRION TA SPOUDAIA - Documentary wchich shows young people who have already sucssed as athletes,scientists etc.

LIVE

  • FORGEIN SERIES
  • SILK
  • CALL THE MIDWIFE
  • UTOPIA'
  • NEWSROOM

ERT PROGRAMM AS OF SEPTEMBER 2015

Logos

20.10.1997 – 10.2003 10.2003 – 7.6.2008 7.6.2008 – 11.6.2013 11.6.2015 – today

See also

References

  1. ^ "Case C-260/89 - Elliniki Radiophonia Tileorassi AE v Dimotiki Etairia Pliroforissis and Sotirios Kouvelas". http://curia.europa.eu. 
  2. ^ "Law No. 230 of 1975".  

External links

  • ΕRΤ1
  • Reportaz Horis Synora
  • Thematiki Vradia
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