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Neos Kosmos (newspaper)

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Neos Kosmos
Neoskosmoslogo.png
TypeBi-weekly Newspaper
FormatBroadsheet and tabloid
Owner(s)Ethnic Publications Pty. Ltd.
Founder(s)Dimitri Gogos, Bill Stefanou and Alekos Doukas
EditorSotiris Hatzimanolis
Founded1957; 64 years ago (1957)
HeadquartersMelbourne, Australia
Websitewww.neoskosmos.com

Neos Kosmos is a national Greek community newspaper in Melbourne, Australia.[1]

History

Founded in 1957 by Dimitri Gogos, Bill Stefanou and noted author Alekos Doukas. The newspaper is published by Ethnic Publications Pty Ltd.

In its early days, the newspaper was heavily left-leaning, and was considered radical by the Greek community in Australia although it soon grew in popularity.[2] Neos Kosmos was known to advocate for issues which impacted the Greek community, like unionization and worker's rights.[3][4]

The paper was monitored by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation during the Vietnam War, due to its frequent publication of anti-conscription and anti-war sentiments.[5]

It has been published in Greek as a broadsheet on Monday and Thursday and as a tabloid in English and Greek on Saturday since August 2010.(designed by Art Director Stephanos Freund)

Neos Kosmos has received two Multicultural Media Awards, for best print publication and a high commendation for a print article in Sydney, New South Wales, in 2014.[citation needed]

References

  1. ^ Tsolidis, Georgina (7 October 2013). Migration, Diaspora and Identity: Cross-National Experiences. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 112. ISBN 978-94-007-7211-3.
  2. ^ "Greek-Australians' Neos Kosmos newspaper turns 60, Ioanna Fotiadi | Kathimerini". www.ekathimerini.com. Retrieved 9 May 2020.
  3. ^ Price, Charles Archibald (1975). Greeks in Australia. Australian National University Press. ISBN 978-0-7081-0571-9.
  4. ^ Gilson, Miriam; Zubrzycki, Jerzy (1967). The foreign-language press in Australia, 1848-1964. Australian National University. p. 88.
  5. ^ Damousi, Joy (12 November 2015). Memory and Migration in the Shadow of War: Australia's Greek Immigrants after World War II and the Greek Civil War. Cambridge University Press. p. 122. ISBN 978-1-107-11594-1.

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