The March edition will have two articles about Kythira! One is about the interesting history of Paleochora, the former capital which today is an abandoned settlement with impressive ruins. The other is a six-page article with pictures about the canyoning tour that is organised by Pyrgos House in the Kakia Lagada Gorge. If you are interested in having an English copy of this article, please send us an email via our contact page. Encouraged to join the canyoning tour?
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Odyssey Television Network, Inc. Headquartered in Toronto , Ontario , the company has been in operation since and is headed by John Maniatakos, son of longtime Greek-Canadian broadcasting stalwart, Peter Maniatakos. Odyssey Television Network currently operates the following three Greek-language television channels:.
In addition to the 3 channels that it has launched itself, Odyssey TV also distributes a number of foreign services in Canada. OTN is the official Canadian distributor for the following channels:. As part of its mandate to serve Canadians of Greek descent and offer programming of relevance to them, Odyssey Television Network airs an array of local programming on all of its channels including original productions as well as acquired programming from independent producers.
The current number of Canadians who are of Greek origin is ,,  with the majority situated in either Toronto or Montreal. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Canadian Greek-language network. For the U. For other uses, see Odyssey disambiguation. Odyssey Television Network. Categories : Television broadcasting companies of Canada Companies based in Toronto.
Pyrgos House – Kythira Greece