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Issue Details: First known date: 1957-... 1957- Neos Kosmos
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'Neos Kosmos is the largest and most influential Greek publication outside Greece. Established in 1957 by its pioneering co-founder Dimitri Gogos, it has been publishing and growing continuously since then. Sotiris Hatzimanolis is the Chief Editor of all publications and has been with Neos Kosmos for over 25 years. The Deputy Editor is Kostas Nikolopoulos and the Editor of Neos Kosmos English Edition is Argyris Argyropoulos.' (From the publication's webpage at http://www.neoskosmos.com.au/051201/nkew/aboutus/aboutus_index.shtml)

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  • English translation of the title: New World
  • FREQUENCY: Varies, but generally weekly.
  • RANGE: no.1 (Wednesday, 13 February, 1957) -

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The Way We Are at Neos Kosmos These Days 2020 single work column
— Appears in: Neos Kosmos , August 2020;
y separately published work icon The Neglected Press : A Study of Arab and Greek Newspapers and Their Sydney Publics Maria D. Tenezakis , Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service , 1984 Z1661229 1984 single work criticism This is a report on research commissioned by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs and carried out in two stages in 1981 and 1982. The introduction quotes the Brief from the Department setting out the initial research objectives: 'The objective of the proposed pilot study is to identify the role that the ethnic press play in communicating with and reflecting the interests of individual ethnic communities, and its capacity to adapt to cultural, economic and other changes which significantly influence its readership and its own commercial viability' (p. 2).
y separately published work icon The Neglected Press : A Study of Arab and Greek Newspapers and Their Sydney Publics Maria D. Tenezakis , Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service , 1984 Z1661229 1984 single work criticism This is a report on research commissioned by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs and carried out in two stages in 1981 and 1982. The introduction quotes the Brief from the Department setting out the initial research objectives: 'The objective of the proposed pilot study is to identify the role that the ethnic press play in communicating with and reflecting the interests of individual ethnic communities, and its capacity to adapt to cultural, economic and other changes which significantly influence its readership and its own commercial viability' (p. 2).
The Way We Are at Neos Kosmos These Days 2020 single work column
— Appears in: Neos Kosmos , August 2020;

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ISSN: 1321-1676
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