Greek Government in Yet Another Blatant Attempt to Control the Press

If backflips were an Olympic sport, it is certain that Mr. Tsipras and his cabinet would bring plenty of gold medals to Greece. Only...

Greek Politicians, Media Mourn Sudden Death of Greek Journalist Vassilis Beskenis, 43

Journalist Vassilis Beskenis passed away after he suffered a heart failure on Sunday morning. He was 43 and his death is mourned by Greece's...

TV Moguls Bring Pillows to Big Brother-Styled TV License Auction; 2 Drones Intercepted

Greece's left-wing SYRIZA government started an auction for four private television licenses in what a faction of the press has dubbed a "reality show"...

Greece Ranks 91st in World Press Freedom Index

Greece ranked 91st in the annual Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index 2015, which is a step up compared to last year when...

Turkish TV Shows Greeks Bad Guys

Greeks in Turkey who hold citizenship there are complaining that characters on Turkish TV shows are depicting the Greek minority as criminals, collaborators, traitors...

The Profile of ‘Tsipras’ Iron Lady’ in International Media

"Betty, Tsipras' Iron Lady" is the headline chosen to embellish a recently published article in French magazine "Paris Match," aiming to capture reader attention on the...

Greek Truck Drivers Upset by Gay Ad

Truck drivers in Greece are demanding the removal of an ad by an online travel agency that shows an apparently gay truck driver trying...

German Media Focus on Greek PM Tsipras’ Interview

“I take on the responsibility of signing a document I don’t believe in.” That was one of the few phrases that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras...

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...

Greek Gov’t Accused of Appointing Its Own as Head of Media Group, Opposition Reacts

Former SYRIZA MP and government-friendly Avgi newspaper chairman Vassilis Moulopoulos has been appointed by the Lambrakis Press Organization (DOL) to solve the financial and...

Historic Newspaper ‘TA NEA’ Returns to Kiosks on Tuesday Following Court Ruling

Historic "TA NEA" newspaper will be published again on Tuesday after a First Instance court suspended a previous temporary court injunction which froze all...

Top Greek Court Rejects TV Stations’ Legal Action

The Council of State (CoS), Greece's supreme court, has rejected a temporary injunction motion by four private TV stations against the government's television frequencies...

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