Greek Media Company is Closing Down

Greek Media Company is Closing Down

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After 32 years of operation, Liberis publications are forced to close down as they didn’t manage to get a rescue loan from the bank. In a letter to his employees, publisher Antonis Liberis noted, “I announce to you that today, hope has died.”

According to Lifo, employees have taken their personal items from the publishing company branches in Koropi. Within the next days some of Liberis Publications title deeds, including Ego, and Status magazines, will be transferred to Theoharis Filipopoulos’s Attica Media Publications.

However, no references have been made about the international title deeds. Theodoris Kyriakou owner of Dafni publications is said to have expressed interest and within the next days the Conde Nast group is expected to visit Greece  to discuss the terms of conveyance concerning the magazines  Vogue, Men’s Health, and Glamour.

The Liberis Publications Group included magazines such as Hello, Vogue, Glamour, Lifestyle, Status, Lucky, Prevention, Men’s Health, Focus, Geo, Ego, 7 Days TV, Tele-control and radio stations VFM and BEST Radio.

  • The maverik

    Another one bites the dust…