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Greek Media on 24-hour Strike on Tuesday Over Health Care

Greece is under a news blackout after the country's biggest press union called a 24-hour strike to protest the feared closure of a special...

8 Left in Tender for 4 TV Licenses After Epsilon Group Ousted from Auction

  Eight candidates for four TV licenses are left following objections to two of the nine bidders. The Greek Secretariat General for Information and Communication...

#greekdocs Allows Access to Archive of Independent Documentaries on Greek Crisis

A new resource at #greekdocs is an archive of 45 documentaries of various lengths that document the austerity crisis that has crippled Greece in several...

Television Licensing Procedure will be Ready Soon, State Minister Pappas Says

A process for licensing the televised media is now in the final stages of preparation and will soon be ready to begin. This is according...

Varoufakis to Participate in New Greek News Portal

The mysterious "1101" that many believed was a new political movement by former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis turned out to be a news...

MEGA Problems at one of Greece’s Biggest TV Stations Due to Announced Wage Cuts

MEGA television network, one of Greece's five major television networks, did not air their nightly news broadcast on Monday evening, as the company's employees went...

Greek TV Channel’s News Not Airing After 26 Years

The recent sweeping wave of layoffs in Greece, associated with the country's disastrous recession, has led to rapid developments in ANT1 Group, one of...

Greek Alternate Minister: Greece’s Television Landscape Will Change as of Autumn

Greece's television landscape will change as of autumn, Alternate Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Christos Spirtzis said in an interview to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency on...

Prosecutor Investigates Whether Greek TV Stations Violated the Electoral Legislation

A Greek prosecutor is investigating the possibility of certain TV broadcasters having committed offenses related to the electoral legislation, during the week leading up to the July...

Greek Media in Disarray

By Maria Kyriakidou* There is perhaps no other field that better illustrates how deeply ingrained clientelism is in Greek political culture than the media sector. Politicians,...

The Underreported Crisis of Independent Journalism in Greece: New Study

A new report by the Open Society Initiative for Europe finds that independent journalism and media in Greece face a serious crisis. Read below...

Koulis, Will You Marry Me? [Video]

  A romantic gesture took place in the final fixture of Thessalia's local amateur division, when courageous Kalioppi Dimou asked her fiance to marry her in...

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