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Greek Actor Petros Filippidis Detained for Rape

Disgraced Greek actor Petros Filippidis has been detained after he was interrogated on the charges of one count of rape and two counts of attempted rape on Tuesday.

Greece Can Support 4-6 National Private TV Channels at Present, Says NCRTV

The majority of participants in a meeting of Greece's broadcasting regulator, the National Council for Radio and Television (NCRTV), have suggested that Greece can only support between four and six private television channels broadcasting nationwide, sources said on Monday. The...

Greek Child Star Conquers Turkish Television at 18

At the age of 8, Anastasia Tsilimpiou had her first acting role on Greek television. At 10 she stepped on the theater stage and at 12 she made many viewers cry on the TV version of Victoria Hislop's best seller...

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 on strike from 6 pm until 12 am in protest of the anticipated cut in wages. Efsyn.gr...

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 Wednesday. Spirtzis is expected to table the draft law on television licences for discussion in Parliament on...

Greek TV Station Owners React to Gov't Plan to Reduce License Number

Greek television station owners have reacted to government announcements that the number of licenses to operate will be reduced, while there will be a competition for licensing from scratch. Owners and major shareholders are considering not to participate in the...

‘We’re not Leaving, ERT is On Air!’ – Evicted Workers Continue to Broadcast

Former employees of Greek television channel ERT have been continuing to broadcast from outside the company’s Athens headquarters – after riot police evicted them from the building on November 7. The Greek government pulled the plug in June, turning off...