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New Digital Dawn for TNH

Demetris Tsakas –

LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. – Nov. 25 was an historic day for The National Herald and the Greek-American Community with the inauguration of a new digital edition, which is now available to readers.

Subscribers, advertisers, and the world saw a the huge difference from the old to the new electronic websites of both Greek ekirikas.com and English thenationalherald.com. A new era of knowledge without boundaries has been launched.

TNH Publisher Antonis H. Diamataris cut the inaugural cake and congratulated Marketing & Design Director Anna Angelidakis, Director of Technology Mike DeVita, and everyone else who contributed toward the fulfillment of this accomplishment.

From this day forward, every word that is written, as Archbishop Iakovos of Blessed Memory used to say, “with the ink of the soul,” will be available to Hellenes and PhilHellenes throughout the world.

The English Edition provides an opportunity to read the Greek-American community’s news as well as from Greece, where TNH has a number of correspondents covering the country’s economic crisis, society, sports and culture.

As the Greek Edition readies to celebrate its centennial year, Nov. 25 was an important milestone, and a portent of many great things to come

 

 

 

 

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