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Asti Radio Television

Asti Radio Television
Launched 16 February 1990
Owned by LAOS. / City News SA
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV) (PAL)
Country Greece
Language Greek
Broadcast area Internationally
Formerly called TeleCity (1990-2001)
TileAsty (2001-2012)
Website arttv
Availability
Terrestrial
DIGEA Channel 08
Satellite
OTE TV Channel 663
IPTV
OTE TV Channel 72

Asti Radio Television is a Greek television station nationwide, which broadcasts via satellite Hellas Sat 2 satellite from the satellite digital platform OTE TV, terrestrial and national throughout Greece.

Owner of the station is the chairman of the LAOS party (Popular Orthodox Rally) Giorgos Karatzaferis who participates at the rate of 50% share of the television station.

The station was launched in March 1990. The first name was TeleCity, and in 2001 renamed TileAsty (Greek translation of TeleCity) name that lasted until October 8, 2012.

Initially, the station belonged to City News Limited Company which was established on February 16, 1990 one month before the start of TeleCity and on February 5, 2010 transferred and sold to the political party, according to decision of the ESR that came out on May 18, 2010.

His schedule includes news programs, broadcasts around the party that supports the station, documentary and music program Greek Style (otherwise Style GR) which is one of the longest running musical shows on Greek television and displays Greek and foreign songs, not only new but also older songs of the 80s and 90s.

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