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List of newspapers in Greece

The number of national daily newspapers in Greece was 68 in 1950, and it increased to 156 in 1965.[1] Below is a list of newspapers published in Greece.

Contents

  • Athens newspapers 1
    • Daily political newspapers 1.1
    • Daily financial newspapers 1.2
    • Daily sports newspapers 1.3
    • Weekly newspapers 1.4
    • English-language newspapers 1.5
    • Semimonthly newspapers 1.6
    • Monthly newspapers 1.7
  • Thessaloniki newspapers 2
    • Daily political newspapers 2.1
    • Daily financial newspapers 2.2
    • Daily sports newspapers 2.3
    • Weekly newspapers 2.4
    • Monthly newspapers 2.5
  • Regional/local 3
    • Main 3.1
    • Sports 3.2
    • Other 3.3
  • Albanian language 4
  • Macedonian language 5
  • Sources 6
  • External links 7

Athens newspapers

Daily political newspapers

Daily financial newspapers

Daily sports newspapers

Weekly newspapers

English-language newspapers

  • Athens Views ('Started circulation in August 2013 and is the only remaining English-language newspaper in Greece') weekly national[29]
  • Athens News ('The oldest English-language newspaper in Greece. Defunct since 2011, Athens News closed down permanently in 2013') weekly[30]
  • Athens Plus ('Started in 2008 and published by Kathimerini. Ceased circulation in 2010') weekly national[31]

Semimonthly newspapers

  • Christianiki

Monthly newspapers

Thessaloniki newspapers

Daily political newspapers

Daily financial newspapers

Daily sports newspapers

Weekly newspapers

Monthly newspapers

Regional/local

Main

Sports

Other

Albanian language

Macedonian language

Sources

  1. ^ Pippa Norris (Fall 2000). "Chapter 4 The Decline of Newspapers?". A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Post-Industrial Societies. New York: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 6 October 2013. 
  2. ^ alithia.com.cy
  3. ^ adesmeytos.gr (Greek)
  4. ^ avgi.gr
  5. ^ avriani.gr (Greek)
  6. ^ elora.gr (Greek)
  7. ^ e-typos.com (Greek)
  8. ^ enet.gr (Greek)
  9. ^ estianews.gr (Greek)
  10. ^ ethnos.gr (Greek)
  11. ^ kathimerini.gr (Greek) ekathimerini.com (English)
  12. ^ tanea.gr (Greek)
  13. ^ rizospastis.gr (Greek)
  14. ^ tovima.gr (Greek)
  15. ^ naftemporiki.gr (Greek)
  16. ^ imerisia.gr (Greek)
  17. ^ kerdos.gr (Greek)
  18. ^ isotimia.gr (Greek)
  19. ^ express.gr (Greek)
  20. ^ goalday.gr (Greek)
  21. ^ championsday.gr (Greek)
  22. ^ topontiki.gr (Greek)
  23. ^ protothema.gr (Greek)
  24. ^ elkosmos.gr (Greek)
  25. ^ orthodoxostypos.gr (Greek)
  26. ^ prin.gr
  27. ^ orthodoxia.gr (Greek)
  28. ^ stoxos.gr
  29. ^ athensviews.gr
  30. ^ athensnews.gr (Greek)
  31. ^ athensviews.gr
  32. ^ xrushaugh.org (Greek)
  33. ^ markthes.gr (Greek)
  34. ^ agelioforos.gr (Greek)
  35. ^ typosthess.gr
  36. ^ http://www.athlitiki.gr/vortal/
  37. ^ athlitikanea.gr
  38. ^ extrasport.gr
  39. ^ metrosport.gr
  40. ^ markthes.gr (Greek)
  41. ^ karfitsa.gr (Greek)
  42. ^ politispress.gr (Greek)
  43. ^ peloponnisos.com (Greek)
  44. ^ aplotaria.gr
  45. ^ chiosnews.com
  46. ^ http://www.corfunetters.com/portal
  47. ^ dimokratiki.org
  48. ^ eleftheria.gr
  49. ^ imeranews.gr
  50. ^ mesogeios.gr (Greek)
  51. ^ cretetv.gr (Greek)
  52. ^ patris.gr (Greek)
  53. ^ patrisnews.gr (Greek)
  54. ^ siatistanews.gr
  55. ^ Traboini, Kolec. "Engatia Newspaper and her Historical Mission". Gazeta Ndryshe (in Albanian) (Ndryshe). Retrieved 11 September 2010. 
  56. ^ "Gazeta e Athinës". Retrieved 11 September 2010. 
  57. ^ "Tribuna Shqiptare". Retrieved 11 September 2010. 
  58. ^ "AlbaniaPress.com / ShqiperiaPress.com". Retrieved 11 September 2010. 
  59. ^ newspaperNova ZoraOfficial website of the
  60. ^ only Macedonian language newspaper in GreeceNova ZoraKirilica -

External links

  • Digital Newspaper Archive from the National Library of Greece
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