Makedonia TV was originally founded by Grigoris Arnaoutoglou in Thessaloniki, Greece on February 15, 1990. During its foundation, the station had first commenced its test transmissions, but unfortunately, it did not start its official broadcasts until September 1991. Later, the following year, in September 1991, the channel changed its profile to a private TV channel and had then begun its official broadcasts, although it is headquartered in Thessaloniki, the capital of Macedonia, but as of today, it is now licensed for national coverage, and is available via analogue UHF transmitters throughout Greece, while it is furthermore a part of Digea, a free-to-air digital terrestrial service. It is currently owned by ANT1 Group, who also owns ANT1.
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Major terrestrial television channels in Greece
| The following television channels hold a nationwide general content television broadcasting licence and are thus the most-viewed TV channels in Greece.|
Former licence-holder (defunct): Mega Channel
1Makedonia TV is part of the ANT1 Group. The licence is applicable for both ANT1 and Makedonia TV.