( Source : Aspect of Cyprus)

Phileleftheros (Greek: Ό Φιλελεύθερος, meaning "The Liberal") is the largest newspaper (by circulation) in Cyprus, with about 26,000 copies daily. Established in 1951, it is also the oldest still-circulating Greek paper on the island.

Over the years it has expanded into a publishing company and has released several magazines (including the Cyprus editions of Cosmopolitan and Top Gear), as well as recently launching its own radio station, Radio Sfera.

In a newspaper scene otherwise dominated by political parties, Phileleftheros prides itself as being independent and not under the influence of a particular political party. The paper's moto reads: "Ημερήσια Εφημερίδα στην Υπηρεσία του Κυπριακού Λαού" which translates into English as the "Daily newspaper serving the people of Cyprus".

Type Daily newspaper
Format broadsheet
Owner Phileleftheros Publishing Group
Founded 1951
Political allegiance Independent Liberal
Headquarters Nicosia, Cyprus
Circulation 26,000 daily.[1]


1. ^ Circulation figures 2002. [1]

Newspapers in Cyprus

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