Lambrakis Press Group

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Lambrakis Press S.A.
Media
IndustryMass media
Travel Industry
Founded1922
FounderChristos Lambrakis
HeadquartersAthens, Greece
Key people
Evangelos Marinakis (Chairman)
ProductsNewspapers and Websites
OwnerAlter Ego Media S.A. (100%)
Websitehttp://www.dol.gr

The Lambrakis Press Group S.A. (Greek: Δημοσιογραφικός Οργανισμός Λαμπράκη, ΔΟΛ) is a Greek media company.

Since 1957, it has been controlled by Christos Lambrakis and has played a dominant role in Greek publishing and Greek politics, especially through its flagship newspapers, To Vima and Ta Nea. The group also owns the news portal In.gr, the radio station Vima Fm 99.5 and the magazines MarieClaire, Cosmopolitan and Vita.

In July 2017, a Greek first-instance court confirmed that the group would be acquired by Alter Ego Media S.A., a company including the media assets of Greek businessman Evangelos Marinakis. The court approval for the transfer ownership of DOL to Alter Ego followed the latter's success as the highest bidder in an auction process held earlier in 2017.[1]

Management[edit]

The Company and the Group are managed by the Board of Directors with the following members:[2]

President of the Board:
Vice President of the Board:
Managing Director:
Board members have minimum influence over company; they consist of:

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