Greek Police Raid Occupied Broadcasting Building

Employees of ERT, the former state broadcaster, had occupied its headquarters since the government shut it down in June, prompting a political crisis.


Greeks Question Media, and New Voices Pipe Up

Amid the Greek financial crisis, small radio stations, magazines and websites take a bigger role in the nation’s civic discussion.


Memo From Greece: Muffling of a Voice Provokes an Outcry in Greece

Since the state broadcaster was shut down last week and its 2,600 employees fired, there has been an outpouring of solidarity, despite its long history of mismanagement and patronage.


Greek Broadcaster Fights Closure

A court decision expected Monday might lead to temporary revival of ERT, even as a prosecutor begins investigating the broadcaster’s finances.