Greek PM Asks Parliamentary Speaker to Call Leaders’ Meeting on TV Regulator (NCRTV)

Political developments are proceeding at a breakneck speed following a Council of State decision to rule the Greek government's TV license auction as unconstitutional....

Greek Govt Dismisses Speculation Over Snap Elections

The Greek government has dismissed media reports earlier today that it was considering calling snap elections. "Once again election scenarios have surfaced. The best answer...

Bloomberg: ‘Greeks Depart On Odyssey For Jobs’

The relocation of human capital has "bleeding" dimensions for Greece, a country that is steadily losing its "creme de la creme", journalists Flavia Krause-Jackson and Jordan...

Greek House Committee Finds No Criminal Allegations Against Loans Given to Political Parties, Media...

A parliamentary committee decided that there is no evidence of criminal activities regarding loans given by Greek banks to political parties and media organizations...

Some Greek Companies Duck The Haratsi

While working Greeks are lining up to pay a doubled property tax being put into their electric bills, critics are arguing that some businesses...

Defense Minister to Visit Hotspots in Lesvos, Chios, Leros on Tuesday

Defense Minister Panos Kammenos will visit Lesvos, Chios and Leros on Tuesday to inspect the registration and identification centers on the islands which are...

Athens Journalists’ Union Calls Gov’t TV License Tender ‘Poorly Staged Reality Show’

As the television license tender is in its final stages the Athens Journalists' Union has called out the dramatic tender process and controversial procedure...

Greek National Broadcaster ERT to Reopen Next Monday

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met with newly appointed director Dionysis Tsaknis and CEO Lambis Tagmatarchis of national broadcaster ERT, which had been renamed NERIT by...

Politicians and International Media React to Bomb Explosion Close to Greek Parliament

Greece's political parties have spoken out against the bomb that exploded outside the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEB) in Athens on Tuesday morning. The SEV building is also...

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...

New TV channel “E” Broadcasts from 902 Frequency

From today, September 11 the new TV Channel that goes under the simple name “E” is on the air on the old frequency of...

Greek Canadian Comedian Angelo Tsarouchas Returns

Greek Canadian Angelo Tsarouchas was born in Montreal but lives permanently in Los Angeles due to work commitments. He is an important comedian whose...

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