I was the sports correspondent in Greece for ​​AFP (Agence France-Presse) from March 2000 to September 2022.Highlights were covering the 5th world short course swimming championships (2000), the preparations for the Athens 2004 Olympics (2000-2004), Greece vs. England (with David Beckham) Group 9 World Cup soccer qualifier at Athens Olympic Stadium (June 6, 2001), Champions League soccer matches with Olympiakos, AEK and Panathinaikos, Jamaica's Asafa Powell breaking the 100 meters world record at Athens Olympic Stadium on June 14, 2005 with a 9.77 seconds clocking, the accomplishments of the Greek national soccer team which won the Euro 2004 title in Portugal by surprising everyone, the Olympic torch ceremonies, austerity hitting Greek sports, the violence at soccer matches, the relegation of soccer giant AEK and other top stories.
I was the shipping correspondent in Greece for the ​​Reuters news agency of the United Kingdom from January 1997 to December 1999. Among the articles I wrote were sea pollution threat unity and acting Piraeus head criticizes sell-off (May 11, 1998), Piraeus privatization attacks interest-paper (May 12 1998) and Greek dockworkers call strike (May 26, 1998).
From 1981 to 1985 I worked as the correspondent in Greece for The Irish Press Group Ltd. under Michael P. O'Kane, Chief News Editor and later Dermot MacIntyre, Head of Editorial Services. The Dublin-based group consisted of The Irish Press, Evening Press and Sunday Press.
From February to July 1987 I was the Athens correspondent for the ​​​London Daily News which was launched by the Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd. of London, England.Unfortunately, the newspaper lasted only five months but I had the opportunity to write a number of articles including the general labor strike in Greece (February), strike threat by Greek clergy (March), snow in Athens (March), European Cup Winners Cup football final (May 13), pair held for AIDS (May 15), Greek basketball wins European finals (June 14-15), Britons murder - 2 held (June 30), Corfu death fall (July 2), colossus hand may be a fake (July 10), Greek soccer club signs Biley (July 16-17), Eggar visits Athens (July 29), Greek paper angry at British court (July 29) and Ecclestone supports Greek paper (July 29).My contact at the newspaper was Mike MacLachlan, Chief Sub Editor (Foreign).
I was the Greece and Eastern Mediterranean correspondent for the ​​​Birmingham Evening Mail from 1978 to 1980 covering all the major events in Greece during that time period. The newspaper owned by The Birmingham Post & Mail Ltd. at the time was the largest in the country outside London with a circulation approaching 350,000 and readership of one million.It had 10 editions a day between 10:30 a.m. and about 5 p.m.The newspaper had 40 foreign correspondents then on a freelance basis and my boss was B. T. Bangsberg who was Foreign Editor. His foreign news section had the theme "Around the World, Around the Clock."I filed my stories with a telex machine from the United Press International office in downtown Athens headed by John Rigos.
I was a sports writer for the daily newspaper ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Home News in New Brunswick, New Jersey from October 1970 to September 1974. The newspaper was owned by the Home News Publishing Company.The sports I covered were football, swimming, basketball, rugby, lacrosse, soccer, track and field, wrestling, golf, fencing, baseball, softball, rowing and archery. Mostly area high school and college teams.I also wrote for the newspaper non-sports articles.I would have never thought that starting a career in journalism I would first have to go through delivering coffees, picking up mail and buying Havana cigars for the boss.Yet that was the case when I answered a classified ad for the position of copy boy at The Home News back in the summer of 1969.
Wow, I thought, this was my opportunity to make it into professional journalism, just having graduated from New Brunswick High School where I worked two years on the monthly school newspaper (Brunswick Highlights) as sports editor.Bring me my assignments! I'm ready to take the Pulitzer Prize!But wait, a copy boy doesn't mean that you do any journalism work.First, you have to pick up a sack of mail from the New Brunswick Post Office, then come into the office at 123 How Lane and sort the hundreds of envelopes and deliver to the proper departments.You also have to listen to the WCTC-AM radio newscast in the managing editor's (Ralph Williamson) office and jot down the details for the editor on the shift.Then, once in a while, rip off the wire copy from The Associated Press teletype machines and give them to the proper departments.And later in the evening, take orders for coffees and snacks from all the employees (including the composing room).That amounted to some 30 coffees I would have to deliver from the local McDonald's fast-food chain, in addition to a number of hamburgers, fries, etc.And, not to forget, pick up another 20 or so copies of the New York Daily News from the Albany Street news stand to distribute to my "customers," mostly the composing room staff, and lastly a couple of cigars for Mr. Williamson.Then there was always news copy to pick up from our reporters at the Middlesex County courthouse in New Brunswick and the Somerset County report that was left at the Bound Brook police station.I was doing my job so well, that no one at The Home News had any thoughts of asking me to do any writing.So I took matters into my own hands. It took me more than a year to find enough guts to go over to sports editor Jack Oakley and beg him to allow me to write a story.He gave me that opportunity, and I will always thank him for that.My first byline for The Home News came on October 31, 1970, when I covered the Rutgers University vs. Delaware University freshman football game.I sighed with relief to see my name spelled correctly (I'm sure through the years I gave the composing room people a lot of headaches with that long last name) in my first official byline for the newspaper. I was listed as a Home News Correspondent.From then on, I would be given a number of sports stories to write, including many that I also covered for the Rutgers Daily Targum, the Rutgers University daily newspaper. I was attending Rutgers University from 1969 to 1973 earning my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism.I continued working both as a copy boy (or should it be copy man, now) and a sports writer until midway through 1974.In between doing my copy boy chores, I would rattle away on the typewriter in the women's page department (they usually were not working when I was there) with sports stories, mostly high school football and basketball games.A front page story was written about me in The Home News on July 10, 1965, with the headline "Out-of-Towners Rally to Save Kilmer Home, But City Residents Lag", written by John Pribish.The article began: "The recent publicity of the planned demolition of Joyce Kilmer's birthplace has sparked varied response in the drive to preserve the two-story frame dwelling as a national shrine to the poet-soldier.""Ironically, only one contribution has been made by a New Brunswick resident to the fund aimed at saving the home from the demolition crew."It came from 14-year-old Louis Economopoulos of 276 Delevan St., who donated one dollar."The youth wrote: 'I am a poem lover. Please don't tear down the famous landmark of Joyce Kilmer. I don't want to see it as a parking lot. Why don't you ask all the people in New Brunswick to contribute some money?'"In March 1968 my brother and I happened to come across a head-on car accident in Woodbridge, New Jersey and with my Polaroid camera I snapped a photo which I sold to The Home News .And in June 1969 an article in The Home News was written about high school students looking for summer jobs and I was included.In July 1974, I happened to be on vacation in Greece and to my luck, the invasion of Cyprus by Turkish troops occurred and that was followed by the end of the seven-year military dictatorship in Greece. My journalistic spirit led me to file stories for The Home News from Athens on my experiences, which led to one front-page story. It was difficult explaining to my bosses at The Home News, however, the big telephone bill.Needless to say, I spent all my vacation money on the call, which turned out to be 9,600 drachmas (or $322 then). I was not allowed by the Greek telephone company to call collect, thus I had to pay for the call on the spot.The highlight of my career at The Home News was another front page byline story on Jan. 29, 1971, which appeared with a photo I also took dealing with my personal account of climbing Mt. Washington in New Hampshire in the winter.The sidebar feature came after four Rutgers University climbers were lost (and later found alive) on the treacherous mountain. That month I was presented the publisher's award by The Home News, given every month for the best story, headline, etc.Another highlight was covering the special celebrity charity softball game on July 20, 1973, for The Home News, at which time the singing Carpenters team beat local media staff, which included Oakley. The game was played at Roosevelt Park in Edison.More than 7,000 spectators attended the game, and $9,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society."Economopoulos, if you can't spell it, don't use it!" I would often hear shouted across the newsroom by Oakley (my, how I could have used a spell checker then).Or if Oakley was in a rush to get my story he would shout: "Economopoulos, put a period on it!"While I may have first been hired by The Home News in 1969, fresh out of high school, being a rabid reader of the newspaper all my life I began writing letters to the editor to the paper during my high school days, a number of which were published starting in January 1966, dealing with a variety of issues.My first contact with The Home News came in the summer of 1968 when I was involved in the Middlesex County Fair News, the daily one-sheet newspaper co-produced by New Brunswick High School and St. Peter's High School journalism students for the fair goers.One of the low-lights of my career at The Home News was my June 27, 1971, story on soccer superstar Pele coming to Jersey City to play an exhibition game with his Brazilian Santos team. My byline was printed upside down!I left The Home News, and not because of my upside down byline, but because there was never an opening for a sports writer.That opportunity came in the summer of 1974, when The News Tribune - also known as TNT - offered a part-time job as a sports writer.But more about that in The News Tribune section.
I was a sports writer for daily newspaper ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The News Tribune  (known as TNT for short) in Woodbridge, New Jersey  from September 1974 to December 1978.The newspaper was published by the Middlesex County Publishing Company of Woodbridge.In the summer of 1974 I applied for the job as a part-time sports writer, having four years experience at The Home News, had my interview with Sports Editor Ron Kukulski, and was hired.The TNT sports staff consisted of Kukulski, associate sports editor Chuck Hassol, Wayne Mogielnicki, John Wooding, Bob Wiesner, Mike Balint, Joe Cavone, Rick Malwitz, Barry Levine, Frank Bourke and Kim Muller.I was allowed to cover my favorite sport, soccer, and even my favorite team, the New York Cosmos, which I had been writing about since its inception in 1971 for The Home News.Other sports I covered were football, track and field, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, bowling, baseball, softball, tennis and golf.Just for kicks was my soccer column I wrote regularly in the newspaper.I made a deal with TNT to cover the Cosmos home and away games, which gave me the opportunity to travel with the team to major cities in the United States and Canada for three years.It certainly will be memories I will cherish, traveling with a professional sports team and being on friendly terms with such soccer superstars as Pele, Franz Beckenbauer, Giorgio Chinaglia, Carlos Alberto, etc.As for TNT, it went through a lot of technical changes during my four years there, going from typewriters to IBM electric typewriters with scanners to VDT (Video Display Terminals). All changes which made our job easier.When I left The News Tribune in December 1978 to take permanent residence in Greece, Kukulski wrote a very touching letter:"I greet your resignation from my staff with mixed emotions. On the one hand, I am happy to see you returning to your chosen land of Greece. But on the other, I regret losing a person of your caliber. You have indeed been a credit to the sports department of The News Tribune."Your total dedication to duty has made my job so much easier. I am sure you will succeed during your next step along life's journey. I wish you only the best of everything. A sincere thank you for a job well done during your stay here."The editor of The News Tribune, Charles Paolino, also in a letter of December 1978, wrote about my departure: "On occasions like this I am always reminded rather abruptly that one of my failings is that I neglect to let people know how much I appreciate them."I, too, regret your resignation because in terms of talent and dedication you have been a person of rare value to the newsroom. I'm sure you will succeed eminently in your new position and that you will be happy in your new home. Good luck!"Throughout the years and even up until today, I have kept contact with a number of The News Tribune colleagues, thanks to e-mail.The lowlight for me was on May 27, 1975, when Muller and I were dismissed for "economy" reasons. But the very next day, TNT began hiring the first of at least three summer-relief employees.The North Jersey Newspaper Guild noted that it was inconsistent to be laying off on the one hand and hiring on the other. The guild also argued that the company should have offered the summer jobs to those it was laying off."That would have been the humane thing," said company spokesman David Winkworth, not bothering to explain why The News Tribune chose another course.Needless to say, we got our jobs back, but that was definitely a lowlight in my career (although I must admit I was getting more money from unemployment than when I was working and I also had an opportunity to vacation in Greece that summer).I left TNT not because I was not happy with the newspaper or its staff, but to go to Greece to begin a new career as a foreign correspondent for British newspapers and U.S. media. Choosing a Greek wife had a lot to do with my decision to return to the country of my parents.Through the years here in Athens, covering news events for top world media and local news outlets, I have found my experiences gained at The Home News and The News Tribune have helped me cope with the demands and pressures of journalism.Even if it had to begin with spilled coffees (see The Home News section).
From September 1973 to December 1978 I was the Sports Editor of the weekly newspaper pd review out of Piscataway, New Jersey published by Nova Press Inc.
I began working as resident correspondent covering Greek and East Mediterranean affairs for the ​​South China Morning Post in 1982 until 1986 after an invitation from assistant editor P. T. Bangsberg, who had moved to Hong Kong after working at Birmingham Evening Mail.As a premier English-language newspaper in that part of Asia, the newspaper valued highly its foreign news coverage owned by the South China Morning Post Ltd. of Hong Kong.
I worked from 1980 to 1990 as the correspondent in Greece for The ​​Yorkshire Post, England's biggest regional morning newspaper, owned by the Yorkshire Post Newspapers Ltd.My boss at the newspaper was Deputy News Editor Chris Bye.
From 1984 to 1993 I worked as Athens correspondent for ​Gulf Times, the daily English-language newspaper out of Doha, Qatar owned by the Gulf Publishing & Printing Organization with Editor Brian Nicholls and later Editors-in-Chiefs Dr. Ahmed Abdul-Malik and Abdulrahman Saif Al-Madhadi.
I was the Athens correspondent for CNS News from 1999 to 2000, a politically conservative American news and commentary website owned by Media Research Center in Reston, Virginia.
From 1985 to 1990 I provided articles for Compass News Features, an independent service with particular interest in issues affecting the developing nations and based in Luxembourg. Managing Editor of Compass News Features was Gerard Loughran.My articles appeared in newspapers such as Kuwait Times, Sunday Mid-Day, Dawn, Gulf Times, Hong Kong Standard, Turkish Daily News, Gulf Daily News, Daily & Sunday Sketch, Daily Nation, Arab News, Nigerian Tribune, The Jakarta Post and The Hindu.
I wrote for the weekly English-language Greek-American newspaper Hellenic Times (New York) from 1974 to December 1980, featuring the sports column Greek Corner KicksI also wrote some features including from Greece when I moved there in 1978.My editor at the newspaper was Harry J. Stathos.
From June 1995 to August 1996 I was Greece and Cyprus correspondent for TTG Europa (Travel Trade Gazette) weekly newspaper out of London, produced by Miller Freeman Plc., a United News & Media company and earlier by Morgan-Grampian Plc. also of London, England.
From November 1999 to July 2000 I was the Athens correspondent for Liner Shipping Network (LSN), a news website for shipping owned by Informa Publishing Group Ltd. of Essex, England.
I was a Associate News Editor for the monthly Fango newspaper of Livingston College (Rutgers University) in 1970.This was the second newspaper established at the college, following Mudslide.
I covered the World Rowing Junior Championships held in Greece in August 2003 for the U.S. newspaper The Daily Herald out of Ellensburg, Washington.
In 2001 I worked for Morax, a monthly insurance magazine in Kallithea, Greece, as a news writer-translator.Owner of the publication was Philippos Morakis.
From 1992 to 1993 I wrote for Shopping In World magazine and the tourist magazine Welcome to Athens with Publisher Andreas Panagos.The publications were owned by Shopping In World Ltd. of Piraeus, Greece.
I wrote for Neos Pyrsos from 1989 to 1991, a Greek-Australian newspaper out of Black Rock, Victoria with Editor-Publisher Alfred Kouris.
I was the Athens correspondent in 1990 for the Greek weekly newspaper Enimerosi in Toronto, Canada.The newspaper was published by Gamma Delta Graphics, Ltd.and Publisher Giorgios Fotinos.
In 1990 I did translations for Logos Ltd. of Athens, Greece.
From 1972 to 1978 I wrote for Soccer America magazine of Oakland, California.
In 1978 I wrote an article for Soccer Monthly magazine, the official magazine of the United States Soccer Federation, on the New Jersey Americans.
I wrote an article on New York Cosmos player Randy Horton for the team's match program in September 1972.Publishers of the program were Spencer Marketing Services of New York.
In 1985 I wrote an article for Polish daily sports newspaper Pilka Nozna on the Greek national soccer team.
From 1981 to 1984 I was the Greece and Eastern Mediterranean correspondent for the South African Morning Newspaper Group owned by SA Associated Newspapers Ltd. of Johannesburg, South Africa with Rory Wilson as the Group Manager.The newspapers in the group were Cape Times, Rand Daily Mail, Natal Mercury, Eastern Province Herald, Daily Dispatch and Sunday Times.Among the articles I wrote were: 
  • Actress Melina Mercouri & Minister Ioannis (October 30, 1981) 
  • Actress Melina (October 31, 1981) 
  • SA Arms show in Greece (October 17, 1982) 
  • Greek local elections (October 24, 1982) 
  • SA arms row (October 24, 1982) Greek Embassy in Pretoria employee (October 29, 1982) and Leftist government (1984).
I was the Athens correspondent for Saudi Gazette daily newspaper of Saudi Arabia from 1990 to 1995. The newspaper is owned by the OKAZ Organization in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.Among the articles I wrote was Greece to join multinational Naval Forces (September 9, 1990, page 6).Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper was Ridah M. Larry.
I began working as resident correspondent covering Greek and East Mediterranean affairs for​ Mercury News of Hong Kong in 1983 after an invitation from Editor P. T. Bangsberg, who had moved to Hong Kong after working at Birmingham Evening Mail and South China Morning Post.Among the clients served by Mercury News were South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), Business Day (Manila),  Korea Times (Seoul), Malaysian Business (Kuala Lumpur) and Jakarta Post.
From 1968 to 1969 I was a reporter, Sports Editor and photographer for my high school monthly newspaper, Brunswick Highlights, at New Brunswick High School in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
I was a news writer for The Livingston Medium newspaper of Livingston College (Rutgers University) in 1973.Because I was also working for the Rutgers Daily Targum and The Home News at the time, I used pen names for my articles: Eleftheria E. Thanatos, Scott Anafas and Dave Namshcas.
I was a contributor for Saucer Scoop newsletter, dedicated to UFO news, in the U.S. from 1967 to 1969.
I was advisor in the ​International Media Department of Athens City Hall from January 2003 to June 2004 with Mayor Dora Bakoyanni and in charge of my department was fellow journalist Paul Anastasi. My main chore at the department was preparing a morning media research report for the mayor.
I was a feature writer for the​ Youth Press, a monthly English-language newspaper for students of English in Athens from January 1986 to December 1987.The newspaper was published by Odyssey Publishing Company of Athens, Greece.Editor-in-Chief was Olga Carayianni.
For the Daily News of Perth, Australia I wrote two articles in October 1987 and January 1988.
I wrote two articles for Business Insurance in 1987.The newspaper is published by Crain Communications Inc. of Detroit, Michigan.
I contributed an article for Holy Trinity Dance Journal magazine on the Thirania ceremony of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Westfield, New Jersey in 1975.
I was the stringer in Greece for ​World Soccer magazine based in London from January 1981 to May 2017 reporting on all soccer developments in the country. I first worked under Editor Philip Rising, then Keir Radnedge and finally Gavin Hamilton.The monthly magazine was first operated by Websters Publication Ltd. (1981-1988), then IPC Magazines Ltd. (1988-2000), then IPC Media Ltd. (2001-2014) and finally by Time Inc. (2014-2017), all based in London, England.
In 2004, 2006 and 2007 I contributed articles on Greek soccer for World Soccer Magazine of Japan.
I contributed an article for the August 1988 issue of Sport Voetbal Magazine published by B.V. Weekpladpers of Amsterdam, Netherlands about the soccer match between Greece and the Netherlands.
I wrote a story on New Jersey Americans soccer player Ringo Cantillo for the program of the 27th annual Bill Corum Awards Dinner held in New York City in 1978.Unfortunately, the publishers instead of placing the photograph of Cantillo in the story they placed mine and it looked like I was Cantillo!
I contributed two articles for Polish daily sports newspaper Przeglad Sportowy in 1985 on the Greek national soccer team.
From 1985 to 1989 I was the Athens correspondent for Al Hilal Publishing & Marketing Group of Manama, Bahrain.The group of publications included the Gulf Daily News (daily newspaper) and the magazines Middle East Banking and Finance (fortnightly), Middle East Shipping and Transport (fortnightly), Arab Energy (fortnightly), Arab Travel (fortnightly), Middle East Expatriate (fortnightly), Mediterranean Construction (monthly), Gulf Construction and Saudi Arabia Review (monthly), Travel Trade International (fortnightly), Hotel and Catering News (fortnightly), Oil and Gas News (weekly) and Middle East Media (fortnightly).Editorial Director of the group was Anthony Purdy.
I contributed an article for The Gazette daily newspaper of Montreal, Canada on September 29, 1979 titled "Greece off playing Russian roulette."
From 1993 to 1997 I worked as a translater/editor for Hellenic Travelling, a monthly English-language travel guide out of Ilioupoli, Athens, Greece published by Info Publications Ltd.The company also produced a newspaper for the tourist exhibition in Thessaloniki as well as a tourist guide Hello Athens.In 1993 and 1995 I contributed  articles for Philoxenia Times, a newspaper printed for the Philoxenia Tourism Exhibition in Thessaloniki, Greece and published by Hellenic Travelling.
I was a sports writer for the Rutgers University newspaper The Daily Targum in New Brunswick, New Jersey from 1970 to 1973.
From 1995 to 1996 I was the Athens correspondent for Dow Jones-Telerate News Service, a leading financial news service, with journalist Paul Anastasi in charge of the Athens bureau.I was paid through Olympic Action Ltd. in Athens, owned by Anastasi.
I wrote an article on what to see and do in the Kolonaki section of Athens for the Business Travel Agenda section of the International Herald Tribune published in Paris, France on May 31, 2000 as well as an entire page dedication on the Athens 2004 World Congress on Information Technology on October 28, 2002.
From December 2013 to June 2014 I wrote some articles for The Telegraph newspaper of London (Telegraph Media Group Ltd.) website and print edition dealing with the Greek national soccer team and their preparations for World Cup 2014.
I was the Athens correspondent from May to August 2000 for the International Transport Journal, a monthly magazine published by Rittmann Ltd. of Basel, Switzerland.
In 1999 I wrote articles for European Business monthly magazine for trade and industry published by Europress out of Athens, Greece.
I contributed an article for Middlesex County Fair News of East Brunswick, New Jersey in 1968.
I did translations for In Advertising & Marketing Ltd. of Athens, Greece from 1984 to 1985.
I contributed articles for Soccer Corner monthly American magazine from May to September 1978.The magazine was published by Daisy Publishing Company Inc.of Encino, California.
I wrote an article on New York Cosmos player Erol Yasin for Kick magazine in 1978 which was the official magazine of the North American Soccer League (NASL).
I contributed an article for U.S.-based Sports Illustrated magazine on October 9, 1978 dealing with a mistake made in a Greek magazine about baseball legend Babe Ruth.
I contributed information on Greek soccer player George Donis for The Sunday Times of London, England on July 11, 1996.The newspaper is owned by News International Supply Company Ltd. of London, England.
I wrote an article for the German daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel on Greek national soccer team coach Otto Rehhagel in 2001.
From 1985 to 1995 I was the Athens correspondent for the Daily Record, a daily newspaper out of Glasgow, Scotland owned by the Scottish Daily Record & Sunday Mail Ltd. with News Editor Malcolm Speed.Among the articles I wrote for the newspaper were: 
  • Scots nanny murdered in Athens (January 19, 1985) 
  • Scots nanny killed (Sunday Record - January 20, 1985) 
  • Nanny death, driver held (January 21, 1985) 
  • Scots bake in 44c heat in Greece (July 27, 1987) 
  • Greek mopeds inquires (June 27, 1988)  
  • Mum's grief for blaze girl (May 3, 1989) 
  • Captain Gellis interview on TV (January 7, 1993) 
  • Τanker skipper (January 8, 1993)  
  • Scots fan stabbed (December 21, 1994)
I wrote for The National Herald (Ethnikos Kyrix), a daily Greek-American newspaper in New York, from September 1968 to December 1978, a weekly column The Jersey Scene in the English section, featuring all news of the Greek-American communities of New Jersey. I also wrote some feature stories for the newspaper.My editor at the newspaper was Bob Nicolaides.
I contributed an article for The Advocate magazine of New Brunswick (N.J.) High School in 1969 on climbing Mt. Taygetos in Greece.
I was a news writer for Mudslide newspaper of Livingston College (Rutgers University) in 1969, which was the first newspaper of the newly established college.
From 1969 to 1979 I wrote for the Boston-based Greek-American weekly newspaper The Hellenic Chronicle.
From January 1982 to December 1985 I wrote a sports column for the Athens-based monthly English-language magazine The Athenian.
In 1988 I was the Athens correspondent for The Star, a daily newspaper out of Christchurch, New Zealand with my contact being Associate Editor David Gee.One of the articles I wrote was on the private life of Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou on February 18, 1988.The newspaper is owned by The Star Christchurch Ltd. of Christchurch, New Zealand.
I worked for Liberis Publications in Marousi, Greece in 2000 as a news writer-translator for a special edition English-language newspaper for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games with Petros Vourovilis, Publications & Internet Director.
In 1995 I wrote an article on violence in Greek soccer for Independent on Sunday newspaper of London, England.
I contributed an article for the Globe weekly newspaper of Boca Raton, Florida in January 1987 (page 5) on a very overweight Greek man.
I wrote an article on Grecian gas in the May 1979 issue of Motorcyclist magazine published by Petersen Publishing Company of Los Angeles, California.
I wrote for Rutgers News Service in New Brunswick, New Jersey in October 1970.
In 1971 I contributed an article and a poem for WEW Review, the first literary magazine of Livingston College (Rutgers University).
I wrote articles for Soccer Digest magazine from June to August 1978.The magazine was published by Century Publishing Company of Evanston, Illinois.
In 1978 I wrote four articles for Super Sports magazine based in New York City dealing with soccer and more specifically on Ringo Cantillo, Giorgio Chinaglia, Jim McAlister and the New Jersey Americans.In order for the magazine to appear it had more than one writer, and not only me, they also used for my byline pen names Len Evers and Larry Enright.
I provided on September 14, 1991 information on the Manchester United vs. Athinaikos soccer match for the sports section of the Manchester Evening News of Manchester, England.
I wrote an article for the Irish Independent daily newspaper in May 1989 on boxing.The newspaper is owned by Independent Newspaper Marketing Ltd. of Dublin, Ireland.
I wrote an article for the Sunday Times newspaper on December 2, 1989 on the murder of a South African man.The newspaper is owned by Argus South African Newspapers Ltd. of Johannesburg, South Africa.