Supporters of ERT, the Greek state-run TV and radio company, hold up a banner for it to be photographed as they take part in a protest outside the Greek embassy in London, Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Greece's conservative-led government was facing a political crisis Wednesday after its decision to shut down state-run TV and radio triggered a wave of strikes and fierce opposition from within the coalition government. TV and radio signals from the Hellenic Broadcasting Corp., or ERT, went dead early Wednesday, hours after the government closed the broadcaster down and fired its 2,500 workers, citing the need to cut "incredible waste". (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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Supporters of ERT, the Greek state-run TV and radio company, hold up a banner for it to be photographed as they take part in a protest outside the Greek embassy in London, Wednesday, June 12, 2013.  Greece's conservative-led government was facing a political crisis Wednesday after its decision to shut down state-run TV and radio triggered a wave of strikes and fierce opposition from within the coalition government. TV and radio signals from the Hellenic Broadcasting Corp., or ERT, went dead early Wednesday, hours after the government closed the broadcaster down and fired its 2,500 workers, citing the need to cut "incredible waste".  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Supporters of ERT, the Greek state-run TV and radio company, hold up a banner for it to be photographed as they take part in a protest outside the Greek embassy in London, Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Greece's conservative-led government was facing a political crisis Wednesday after its decision to shut down state-run TV and radio triggered a wave of strikes and fierce opposition from within the coalition government. TV and radio signals from the Hellenic Broadcasting Corp., or ERT, went dead early Wednesday, hours after the government closed the broadcaster down and fired its 2,500 workers, citing the need to cut "incredible waste". (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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