Odyssey Television has four CRTC television broadcast licences. Odyssey 1 is the flagship network which offers programming from Antenna Satellite, the top Greek network broadcasting internationally. Antenna Satellite was launched in 1993 by Antenna (ANT1), the mother network back in Greece; to accommodate the viewing needs of Greeks living abroad.
Odyssey 2 is the second network which offers programming from ERT Sat (ERT World), Greece’s government station. ERT Sat (ERT World) has created a special program, consisting of the broadcasts of the three national Greek channels, NET, ET-1, ET-3, RIC and its own specialized programs, targeted at the global promotion of Greece. Odyssey 1 is carried on all major cable and satellite providers. Odyssey 2 (ERT Sat) is currently offered on Rogers Cable, Bell TV and Videotron Cable. OTN 1&2 both, target all segments of the Greek communities across Canada.
As well as programming from Greece, Odyssey keeps Canada's regional Greek communities informed and in touch with each other through coverage of community events and issues with daily national news coverage and weekly reports from the Hellenic communities of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Odyssey TV has become an important part of the cultural life of every Canadian of Hellenic origin. The majority of programming is in the Greek language, with some English and French programming reflecting the fact that Greeks have been in Canada for several generations.
Broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week in full digital splendor with news talk shows, movies, live sports, concerts sitcoms, soap operas, special events, children's shows - OTN1 and OTN2 have them all.