Spree of media deals puts spotlight back on ownership issues

Society Tags: Media, New Democracy, SYRIZA By: Georgia Nakou

Several high-profile transactions in the Greek media sector have triggered new warnings about the increased concentration of ownership in a few hands, potentially giving tycoons significant political influence.

A recent feature in independent left-wing newspaper Efimerida ton Syntakton observed that that five families between them control all of Greeceā€™s national broadcast licenses. This comes in the wake of the previous SYRIZA government being accused of fail...

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