Famous Greek Television Presenter Kelly Sakakou Passes Away

Greece has lost historic television presenter Kelly Sakakou as the TV personality has passed away following a series of health problems. Kelly first appeared in...

Greece in Review: 2016

Several of the events that marked Greece in 2016 are like the ones that marked 2015, showing that political powers prefer to maintain the old, corrupt order.

What Greeks Googled the Most in 2016

Google gave the lists of the top searches that Greeks made in 2016, showing an increased interest in sports and cultural events. The fastest increasing...

Emblematic Greek Newspaper ‘Ta Nea’ Likely to Close After 85 Years

'Ta Nea', one of the longest standing Greek newspapers, was not on the newsstands on Tuesday and is likely to close after almost one...

‘Love Slayer’: The New Novel by Award Winning Greek Journalist Angeliki Nikolouli

"Love Slayer" is the new novel by television host and investigative journalist Angeliki Nikolouli, released on November 7, 2016 by Kastaniotis publishing house. The book...

Eurobarometer Report: Greeks Do Not Trust National Media

According to the report 2016 Eurobarometer Survey on Media Pluralism and Democracy, Greeks have very little to no trust in the national media. The data...

Solution: Greek TV Watchdog (NCRTV) Agreed Upon at Parliament Presidents Conference

The Greek Parliament's presidents conference convened on Thursday in a spirit of consensus regarding the consolidation of the National Council of Radio and Television...

Facebook Adds “Ancient Greek” as Language Choice

Facebook has added ancient Greek as one of the languages users can choose. Those who want to choose ancient Greek as their main language can...

Political Leaders’ Meeting on Establishing National TV Council Postponed

Political party presidents will not meet on Monday to discuss the establishment of the board of Greece' National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV)...

Greek Lawmakers Head Towards New Deadlock in TV Watchdog (NCRTV) Debacle

The controversial TV licensing law was amended by the government on Thursday. The change now stipulates that the National Council for Radio and Television...

Greek Government Backs Down on Controversial TV Licensing Bill

The Greek government scrapped the plan to introduce an interim bill that would allow for temporary broadcasting licenses, after the opposition parties' refusal to...

Greek Parliament Presidents’ 5th Attempt for NCRTV Membership Proves Fruitless

During a tense meeting of Greek Parliament's presidents, chaired by Parliament President Nikos Voutsis, the ruling party withdrew the proposal for former main opposition...

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