Greece’s Main Opposition Boycotts State TV

Main opposition New Democracy announced on Tuesday that is boycotting state broadcaster ERT, preventing its officials and members of parliament from appearing on the...

This is the List of Winners in Greek TV Licensing Tender

The National Council of Radio and Television (NCRTV) on Wednesday announced and published the names of the final holders of a nationwide general content...

Cypriot Reporters Say ‘Glossary’ Endangers Freedom of Speech

A document backed by the OSCE which attempted to defuse some of the political language confronting journalists in Cyprus has been rejected by Greek-Cypriot...

Foreign TV Crews Flocking to Film Glorious Greece

Three foreign television productions to be shown in Japan, Russia and the Netherlands will help promote Greece's beautiful landscapes and countryside abroad. Planned and organized...

Argentinian TV Show Shoots Inappropriate Footage on Acropolis without Permission (video)

Two Argentinian TV show hosts went on Acropolis and shot offensive footage in front of the Parthenon without permission from the Central Archaeological Council...

Greece Announces Five Finalists in TV Licenses Tender

Greece's independent regulator, the National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV), has announced five finalists for a tender for general content television broadcasting licenses. The five media...

Greece ‘Not High Up Ankara’s Agenda’ Says Turkish Newspaper Editor

The editor of Turkey's biggest English-language newspaper, the centrist Hurriyet Daily News, has said Greece is "not high up the agenda" for Ankara which...

‘The Durrells’ Return to Corfu for Fourth Season

The Greek island of Corfu is to again host a popular U.K. drama based on the life of author Gerald Durrell. Broadcaster ITV has recommissioned...

No Laughing Matter as Greek Court Sentences Man for Posting ‘Defamatory’ Smiley Emoji

A Greek court has handed down a six-month sentence to a man for using a Facebook laughing emoticon underneath a post advertising a business...

Greece Grants TV Licenses to 5 Media Groups

Greece's independent regulator granted TV licenses to five of six bidders after a 12-hour meeting this week. The National Council for Radio and Television (NCRT)...

Greek Media Mogul Giorgos Kouris Dies at 81

Influential Greek publisher Giorgos Kouris died Monday morning at the age of 81 after a long battle with cancer, his family announced. Kouris was born...

Greek Newspapers’ Sales on a Freefall

Greek newspapers' sales fell 19.6 percent to 57,614,541 in 2017, from 71,641,595 in 2016, after suffering a 15.9 percent decline in the previous year,...

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