Ta Nea

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TA NEA
Type Daily newspaper
Format Compact
Owner(s) Lambrakis Press Group
Founder(s) Dimitrios Lambrakis
Publisher Lambrakis Press Group
Managing editors Christos Memis
Founded May 28, 1931 (83 years, 45 days)
Political alignment Centre-left
Language Greek
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Circulation 35,000
Official website Ta Nea

Ta Nea (Greek: Τα Νέα, Translation: The News) is a daily newspaper published in Athens, owned by Lambrakis Press Group that also publishes the newspaper To Vima. The newspaper began publishing in 1931, and the first issue was released on May 28. It is Greek's best-selling newspaper as well as the largest selling Greek newspaper for decades, although the circulation had been affected due to the availability of the internet and the financial crisis.[1] The circulation was peaked at around 200,000 copies in the 1990s, but by 2008, the circulation has declined by more than half of its peak. It is a traditional center-left friendly newspaper and has strongly supported PASOK, the Greek Socialist Party in the 1980s and 1990s. Some of its prominent columnists include Yannis Pretenderis, Pavlos Tsimas and Stavros Theodorakis.

"Ta Nea" is also the name of a related Greek Australian newspaper produced in Melbourne by Greek Media Group.

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  1. ^ "Greek Crisis Takes Toll on Media". Greek reporter. December 10, 2012. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 

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