The only Greek satellite television channel available in the United States as of 2015 is Antenna Satellite, which is beamed across North America. The channel features news, sports, popular dramatic shows, movies and children's programming.
The North American Antenna Satellite channel, commonly referred to as ANT1 Sat, is broadcast to its target audience via the SES3 telecommunications satellite, which maintains a geostationary orbit at 103 degrees west latitude at the equator. It broadcasts the ANT1 signal vertically at 3740 hertz, sharing the satellite and frequency with channels DW, Bridges TV, Jus Punjabi and InfoWars.
In addition to ANT1, Greek television programming is widely available on the Internet as free or paid streaming channels. Purchasing and installing a Roku streaming device, for example, offers Greek channels such as Mega, ERT Sat, Skai and Star. Free-to-use Greek websites such as ERT WebTV, as well as subscription-based sites such as NOVAsport, broadcast popular television programming from the country. ERT also offers Android and iPhone apps from the respective device stores that provide multiple channels of live television and sports as well as live radio.
The Lyngsat live stream offers dozens of channels for viewing. Search for the Greece page on the main website and click on a link to attempt to stream the live channel.