Ta Nea is an Athens-based daily newspaper. Lambrakis Press Group, which also published the newspaper To Vima, owned it. Alter Ego Media S.A. purchased DOL's assets in 2017. The daily began printing in 1931 under the title N, with the first edition published on May 28.
Kathimerini is an Athens-based daily political and financial morning newspaper. It was published for the first time on September 15, 1919. It is available in both Greek and English, with an abridged English edition. Kathimerini has long been a supporter of the New Democracy party.
I Avgi is a Greek daily newspaper published in Athens. It bills itself as the "Left's Morning Newspaper" and is politically associated with Syriza. It was released for the first time in 1952. For many years, its editor was Manolis Glezos.
Ethnos is the name of a Greek weekly newspaper that began publication in 1913. The newspaper debuted in 1913, with a Venizelist political ideology. Always on the left of the political spectrum, it later backed Georgios Papandreou and the Center Union. It was compelled to cease publication in 1970, under the Greek military junta of 1967-1974. Dimitris Varos relaunched it as a color tabloid in 1981.
To Vima is a Greek daily newspaper founded in 1922 by Dimitris Lambrakis, Christos Lambrakis' father, as Elefthero Vima. It was owned by Lambrakis Press Group, which also produces the newspaper Ta Nea among other publications.
Naftemporiki, Greece's first financial journal, was created in 1924 by brothers Panos and Giorgos Athanasiadis. The newspaper was purchased at an auction by billionaire Dimitris Melissanidis on April 7, 2021, for 7 million euros.
Estia is a daily broadsheet Greek newspaper published in Athens, Greece. It began as a literary journal in 1876 and was converted into a newspaper in 1894, making it Greece's oldest daily newspaper still in print.
Eleftheros Typos is an Athens-based daily newspaper. Andreas Kavafakis created it in 1916 with a liberal Venizelist political stance. Anti-Venizelists assassinated Kavafakis in 1922, and the newspaper was shuttered in 1927. Tegopoulos/Kavafakis reprinted it briefly in the 1960s.
Every Sunday, Proto Thema publishes a Greek newspaper. Makis Triantafyllopoulos, Themos Anastasiadis, and Tassos Karamitsos founded it in 2005. The publication is operated by an editorial team, and all three of its founders are journalists; Triantafyllopoulos and Anastasiadis also anchor television talk shows.