DIGEA


DIGEA
Digea
Type Broadcaster (Television)
Country Greece
Availability Greece
Owner Alpha TV, Alter Channel, ANT1, Makedonia TV, Mega Channel, Skai TV, Star Channel
Launch date September 2009
Official website http://www.digea.gr

Digea, the company established by the private national scale television stations (Alpha TV, Alter Channel, ANT1, Makedonia TV, Mega Channel, Skai TV and Star Channel), has undertaken digital broadcasting of television programs for private stations of national range as well as for any other stations choosing to use its services.

The name Digea was not a haphazard choice. It is a combination of two different worlds, two different eras: the modern, digital era and the beginning, the basis of our world, our Earth (Gaia or Gaea in Greek). It is therefore a combination of the words Digital and Gaea (Earth) and, as a result, symbolizes the digital terrestrial platform.

The company’s main area of activity centers on the provision of networking and multiplexing services, both to the above-mentioned shareholders as well as to any legal entity opting to use the company’s services.

As expected, Digea has taken on an active role both in managing the project in question as well as in educating the public and coordinating the market in a responsible and systematic manner.

Contents

Time line

TV Channels

Countrywide

DIGEA 01 Multiplex

DIGEA 02 Multiplex

  • Mega Channel - private national scale television station
  • Skai TV - private national scale television station
  • Star Channel - private national scale television station

Regional stations in Attica

DIGEA 03 Multiplex

  • ATTICA TV - private regional scale television station of Eleusina - Attica
  • Extra 3 - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • High TV - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • Nickelodeon (Greece) - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica

DIGEA 04 Multiplex

  • 0-6 TV - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • MAD TV - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • MTV Greece - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • SPORT TV - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica

DIGEA 05 Multiplex

  • BLUE SKY - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • CHANNEL 9 - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • KONTRA Channel - private regional scale television station of Athens - Attica
  • ΤELEASTY - political party LAOS national scale television station started only in Athens - Attica

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