The Greek government decided to close the Greek National Broadcaster (ERT) and its website (ert.gr). A new Greek public broadcaster was created titled “Public Television.” Former ERT employees are still broadcasting online demanding the reopening of the company. You can watch the stream below:
ERT consisted of five TV channels, ET-1, NET, ET-3, ERT World and ERT-HD as well as seven radio stations in Athens, three in Thessaloniki, 19 peripheral radio stations across the country, symphonic orchestra and one of modern music as well as a choir. It also had magazines, and a website www.ert.gr, digital archives, web TV at www.ert.gr/webtv, some 2,324 regular employees and 792 provisional workers.