To Vima

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To Vima
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Typedaily newspaper
Publisher Alter Ego Media
Founded1922 (1922)
LanguageGreek
City Athens
CountryGreece
Website www.tovima.gr OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg

To Vima (Greek : Το Βήμα, lit. 'The Tribune') is a Greek weekly newspaper first published in 1922 by Dimitris Lambrakis, the father of Christos Lambrakis, as Elefthero Vima (Free Tribune). [1] [2]

Contents

It was owned by Lambrakis Press Group (DOL), a group that also publishes the newspaper Ta Nea , among others in its fold of publications. The assets of DOL were acquired in 2017 by Alter Ego Media S.A. [3] [4]

Circulation

To Vima had a circulation of 114,035 in October 2014. [5]

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References

  1. Solomon, Esther (2021-02-02). Contested Antiquity: Archaeological Heritage and Social Conflict in Modern Greece and Cyprus. Indiana University Press. ISBN   978-0-253-05598-9. The newspaper To Vima ( The Tribune ) was founded in 1922 to advocate traditional central - liberal ideas
  2. Drost, Harry (1991). The World's News Media: A Comprehensive Reference Guide. Longman Group UK. p. 194. ISBN   978-0-582-08554-1. To Vima , weekly newspaper ( published on Sundays ) ; founded in 1922 ; centre - left ; owned by the Lambrakis group
  3. "Ta Nea suspends publication as takeover begins". Kathimerini. 10 August 2017.
  4. "Greek Court Confirms Transfer of Lambrakis Media Group to Vangelis Marinakis". GreekReporter.com. 25 July 2017.
  5. "41% πτώση για "Το Βήμα" – Κυκλοφορίες Εφημερίδων". tribune.gr. 18 October 2014. Retrieved 2 August 2015.