4E TV, a private Greek television station, is partly informative and purely religious. It broadcasts in Central Macedonia. It is located in Ampelokipoi (Thessaloniki). It was established in 1993 and began operating in 1994.
The name of the network is derived from the initials of Greek Orthodox Ecclesiastical Information Broadcast, which is also the name of the company's official full name.
The Archimandrite Theofilos Zysopoulos was the main inspiration for the creation of the 4E ecclesiastical station. He received a degree as a journalist in 1993 to meet the requirements of this project. He took over the station's staff in 1996 and was elected chairman. This position he held until his death in 2013.
The station took part in a tender for a license to operate as an independent regional television station.
The Greek National Council for Radio and Television granted a license to "provide free satellite service" in 2007. It was also launched via Hellas Sat 2 satellite in Europe, Apstar 2R in Asia, and Optus B3 in Australia via UBI World TV platform. It was broadcasted for a few weeks via the SES-1 satellite in 2012, from the US, Canada, and Central America.
4E claims to be the first private radio station in Greece to broadcast its program digitally using the Chortiatis/ Filippio transmission centers on UHF50 on October 30, 2008. The digital transmission was shut down a few months later because the provider had not been set up as required. The network began digitally transmitting its program again in 2012 with TV 100, Euro, and Gnomi via the Digital Broadcast Syndication provider. This consortium was established by all four networks. Since November 21, 2014, it has been digitally transmitting through Digea.