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Consensus was that ERT needed reforming

“Of course there is corruption at ERT, but that is the fault of the politicians, not the journalists”

While journalists and advocates continue expressing outrage over the way Greek public broadcaster ERT was closed--it went dark with little... More

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EBU moves from assistance to defiance

A key player in the saga of Greece’s public broadcaster usually sticks to support rather than activism. Not this time

Tuesday night, many devoted Greek soccer fans were glued to their computers instead of slouching in front of the TV... More

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Greece closes its public broadcaster

ERT employees are refusing to leave the station and are broadcasting online

Journalists and civil society groups across Europe expressed outrage over the Greek government's abrupt closure of its public broadcasting system... More

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Greek judge rules ERT should remain on air

But it hasn’t happened yet

A Greek court ruled Monday that the country's public broadcasting network, known as ERT, should remain on air until it... More

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