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ERA Diktyo

ERT3 (Diktyo) was a Greek short-wave radio station founded in 1993. It was broadcast from Thessaloniki, as were the other ERT radio programs. ERT 3 broadcast radio programs for The Voice of Greece and EPA Sports Thessaloniki. Other programs were mainly cultural and news-based.

ERT3 closed on June 11, 2013. Two years later ERT3 open again with all radios.

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