Macedonian Press Agency offers on a 24-hour basis political,
cultural and economic news and information on events taking place in Greece and internationally
with a special emphasis on issues concerning the Balkans, Eastern Europe and the Black Sea
region. The news items are offered in the greek and english language.
MPA is mirrored by HRI for users in USA.
Antenna is the largest
Greek Radio Television Network currently broadcasting on a Global basis.
Antenna Satellite broadcasts all over the United States of America, Antenna Pacific
broadcasts over the Australian continent while Radio Antenna Cyprus and AntennaTV over the
Greek and Cyprus area. Antenna's Radio signal is also broadcasted via satellite all over
Athens News covers every aspect of Greek news -be it politics, social issues, business, arts & entertainment and sports- as well as international news. Weekly features include analysis of domestic and foreign affairs by leading academics and experts, humour columns and reader contributions. Domestic news is covered by a staff of over 20 full-time journalists and regular contributors. The paper also benefits from its collaboration with the leading Greek daily Ta Nea and respected weekly To Vima. Foreign news sources include Reuters, the Associated Press, the New York Times Service and the Washington Post-Los Angeles Times Service.
The Athens News Agency (ANA) is the national news agency of Greece. Founded in 1895 as a private company, the Stefanopoli Telegraphic Agency, the Greek State assumed its subsidisation in 1906, at which time it acquired its present name. ANA collaborates with the international news agencies Reuters, AFP, DPA, ITAR-TASS and a number of national news agencies, as well as the EPA photograph agency. All the ANA services are on-line, with an estimated 250 news items in Greek and 10-15 items in English moved daily. It also publishes a bi-lingual English and French 'Daily News Bulletin' containing all the Greek and major international news. The ANA further has four data banks in Greek -- news, biographies of Greek and foreign personalities, election results and sports -- and a news bank in English.