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TypeBroadcast Television network
AvailabilityRegional, via Satellite & Worldwide via UBI World TV
OwnerMetropolis of Thessaloniki
Official website

4E TV is a Greek TV station based in Thessaloniki. It is a religious-themed channel run by the Orthodox Church of Greece and is the first television channel in the world dedicated to the Greek Orthodox faith. It is currently available OTA in Central Macedonia and throughout the rest of the country via satellite on Cosmote TV. 4E is also available in Australia and New Zealand through the TV Plus satellite platform and as of September 23, 2014, it is available in Canada via Bell Fibe TV.

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4E TV features a wide array of programming about the Orthodox faith as well as live Church services. In addition, 4E also provides wholesome, informative and entertaining family programming. Programs are organized by category:

  • Theologikes - programmes about the Orthodox faith.
  • Latreia - programmes focusing on various church services, including live coverage of the Divine Liturgy service on Sundays.
  • Politismos - programmes about Greek culture.
  • Enhmerosi - Informational programmes.
  • Psigagogia - family entertainment.
  • Ekpaideusi - educational series.
  • Oikogenia - programmes about family life, raising a family with the Orthodox faith.
  • Paidi - children's programmes.

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This page was last edited on 5 June 2020, at 13:28
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