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Blue Sky is a private Greek regional television station. It was established in November 1990. It broadcasts digitally via Ymittos and Parnitha, which covers the Attica region.
Its programs include informative, educational, and telesales programs. This is the first regional TV station to broadcast a digital signal from Aegina.
Terence Quick presented the main bulletin to the TV station on February 1, 2010. This was six months after his departure from ET3 state television. Emi Livaniou was appointed to the post after the journalist had left, despite the fact that she was in talks with the management at ERT.
Vefa Alexiadou hosted a daily program at the station following the termination of Alter Channel's contract in October 2010.
Spyros Chatzaras is the ex-journalist of ERT, and the head of the press department of the Greek Embassy in Belgrade, and Moscow. He often occupies the news with intolerant messages about immigrants and antisemitism theories. Lina Klitou has been presenting the station's news bulletin since March 2015.
From September 2014 to July 2019, Akis Pavlopoulos presented a news show called Interventions in the night zone. He also presented the show for 2019's parliamentary elections. The show was presented by Giannis Papadopoulos from September 2019 to July 2020. It was presented by Lina Kleitou from September 2020 to January 2021, while it is currently presented by Sotiris Xenakis from January 2021 to today.
Kostas Mardas, journalist and writer, hosts the show "Personal Data", hosting important figures like Takis Soukas or Dimos Moutsis, Takis Photopoulos, Takis Fotopoulos (George Stathopoulos), Dimitris Mytaras or Lina Nikolakopoulou.
The complaints made by Sotiris Vorgias, a veteran referee, on Monday's Trial created a lot of publicity and an outpouring of reactions over the next few weeks.