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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 reporters. The Words That Matter: A Glossary for Journalism in Cyprus had been produced earlier this...

Greek, Turkish Journalists Meet in Istanbul

A panel of Greek and Turkish journalists has met in Istanbul to debate coverage of Greece and Greek issues from the former imperial capital. 'Views of Istanbul Hellenism in the Modern Greek and Turkish Press' was the topic of the...

Google Funds Greek Research on Digital Journalism

Google has announced that it will fund the research at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on the future of digital journalism. The research will be carried out by assistant professor of the Department of Journalism and Mass Media, Nikos Panagiotou...

The Complicity in Mass Media

I have come to the conclusion there is not much hope for a nation where the system manipulates citizens day-in and day-out for all sorts of reasons but primarily for self-interests. Without meritocracy or transparency, it works like clockwork...

Greek-Australian Journalist Receives Walkley Award

Greek-Australian journalist, Mario Christodoulou, received this year’s Gold Walkey Award, along with Australian journalists Deb Masters and Fairfax Media’s Adele Ferguson. The Gold Walkey Awards is the most prestigious award for Australian journalism and the recipients are chosen...

Freedom House: Greece a Partly Free Press Country

Freedom House, a non-profit media monitoring group, said its annual analysis of economic, legal and political conditions in 197 countries worldwide shows press freedom in central Europe declining. In this year’s survey, the average ranking of the six former Soviet...

European Union of Journalists backs Greek journalist against threats by IMF officer

Yesterday, the European Federation of Journalists stood in favor of a Greek journalist, Zois Tsolis, who was threatened by IMF officer Bob Traa. Mr Traa threatened to stop giving official information to Tsolis' newspaper, To Vima. The Federation said...