Alpha TV is a Greek terrestrial channel. The station features a mix of Greek and foreign shows with an emphasis on entertainment programs. In Cyprus private broadcaster Sigma TV broadcasts a number of Alpha TV's programs.
Alpha TV is a Greek free-to-air channel. With Antenna TV it is one of the two biggest stations in Greece, after the collapse of the Mega channel, due to financial problems. The station features a mix of Greek and foreign shows with an emphasis on information. The studios are located near Athens.
Alpha TV is owned by Alpha Satellite Television S.A. 100% shareholder of which is the Alpha Media Group Ltd. In Cyprus, private broadcaster Sigma TV used to broadcast a number of Alpha TV's programs. In the past, public service broadcaster CyBC used to broadcast Alpha TV programs. In 2015, Alpha TV Cyprus was founded and it broadcast the Alpha TV Programs and others of its own. Alpha Cyprus now is one of the highest-rated Cypriot channels.
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