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My name is Giannis Argyriou and I live in the beautiful city of Thessaloniki. Since I was a kid I liked journalism, although I decided to study law and work as a lawyer. Through my love of music and Eurovision, I managed to “journalize”, even in this way. From 2015 I write articles in Greek and English websites dedicated to our favourite competition, while I attended all the latest editions of the Eurovision Song Contest. In the summer of 2018, along with Ioannis Paschalidis, we decided creation EurovisionFun. The first ever Greek-English eurovision site!
Medical doctor, lover of statistics and polyglot. A fan of the eurovision song contest for many years. My first memory of the contest is Sofia Vossou in 1991 when I was still a toddler. I have a soft spot for electronic and alternative music, as well as for soul, genres that we don’t get that often in the contest. I also love Italy and the Sanremo Festival.
I am Apostolos Bogianos. I live in Thessaloniki and I am 24 years old. I have graduated from the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, while in the last year I have been studying Confectionery. Beyond Eurovision, my interests are cooking, police literature and tv series. I’ve been watching the Contest since 2000. My favorite winning song is Rise Like A Phoenix, while my beloved Greek participation is Die For You.
I am Apostolis Matami, 22 years old and I come from Halkidiki. I am a graduate of the Department of History and Archeology and passionate about the Eurovision Song Contest since 2005. I love music and Literature and I have been making my effort as a “journalist” for our favorite contest over the past 2 years !!!
My name is Ioannis Ampatzidis and I am currently an undergraduate student in the department of Political Sciences at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. I have been an avid Eurovision fan ever since childhood and my first columnist attempt, related to Eurovision, took place in 2010 in my school newspaper. EurovisionFun provides me the chance of editorializing about the contest that I love since I was a little kid and fascinates every May millions of people worldwide. We will spend together the next few months, providing you a valid and timely briefing about what happens in the magical world of Eurovision. The journey begins, get ready!
My name is Theodore Palaskas and I am 20 years old. I am studying at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, as both diplomacy and developments on the international political scene are my passion. As passion is Eurovision, too. For many years May has gained a special interest through the ESC and I am very happy to be part of the Eurovisionfun team. The competition and the creativity of the Contest are elements that keep me grounded every year. “A Monster Like Me” (Norway 2015) is my favorite song, with special preference to the German entries as well.
My name is Konstantinos Chalkos, I live in Athens, I am 26 years old and I am a student in the Informatics and Telecommunications Department of EKPA university of Athens. With my studies we didn’t always find it and somewhere in the middle of our relationship came the culinary arts school I graduated from in mid-2018. In my spare time I enjoy painting and watching foreign series. I loved Eurovision in 2001 with Antique in 2001 and have been following it intensively ever since. My all time favourite entry, is definitely the 2015 Norwegian song.
I’m Konstantinos Chasiropoulos, 23 year’s old from Thessaloniki. I’m in the final year of my degree in business administration. In my free time I read and I like to play the guitar. I am a fun of the contest since 2005, my favourite entry from Eurovision is Quédate Conmigo and my favourite year is 2015.
My name is Spyros Koronakis, I’m 20 years old and I come from Athens. I study Economic Science in Athens and I love learning new languages. I’m also a Taekwondo athlete. Eurovision was in my life since I can remember myself, family and friends all together in a living room watching the contest. As I grew up I realised that it’s not just a contest but a chance for the countries to connect and exchange their cultures, and a reason I like it so much is this multicultural factor it has. My favourite song from Greece but also the contest in general is “I would Die for You”.
Hello everyone! My name is Christos Kouriniotis and I’m 21 years old. I am a student in the Sociology department of Panteion University in Athens, but I also have a YouTube channel about Greek dubs and artists. My love for Eurovision has begun quite recently, in 2018 and since then, I am consistently watching the Contest. My favourite Greek Eurovision entries are “My Number One” and “Die Together”, but my all time favourite Eurovision song is “Fairytale” from Alexander Rybak.
Hello, my name is Konstantinos Nikolaos Zachos, I’m 19 years old and I’m studying Statistics and Actuarial-Financial Mathematics. I’m watching Eurovision since 2008 with the glorious appearance of Kalomoira but my love for Eurovision started at 2015 when one random night of May I opened my TV and the first semi final was on. It all started there and since then I’m following Eurovision every year with the same love and passion like we all do!
My name is Andreas Korypas. Originally from Cyprus, I live in Athens and am 32 years old. I have studied at the Department of Energy Technology of the TEI of Athens and a MSc in Energy Technology at Heriot Watt University. As well as working at a movie distribution company, I also work in a summer cinema. The Eurovision Song Contest has been on my radar since 2001 and I began writing articles in 2016. One thing I can assure you is that I will never stop. Movies, Eurovision, and dogs are my three passions.
My name is Eleni Kountoumadi and I study Journalism at the department of Communication, Media and Culture at Panteion University, bearing a big love for writing and obviously, Eurovision. My interest towards the Contest sparked randomly in 2009, when I stumbled upon that year’s Grand Final on TV and since then, I’m waiting anxiously for May to come every year. Regarding my favorite entries, in general I’m torn between “Nocturne” and “Grande Amore” and as for Greek entries, “My Number One” holds a special place in my heart.
My name is Stathis and I ama an English language and literature student. My first memories from eurovision date back in 2004 and I have been watching it consistently ever since. My favorite eurovision entries include Lane Moje (Serbia 2004), Shady Lady(Ukraine 2008),Is it true (Iceland 2009) and Lovewave (Armenia 2016)
My name is Dimitris Argyropoulos from Heraklion, Attica. I am a graduate of the Department of International, European and Regional Studies of Panteion University and I am currently attending the postgraduate program of Public International and European Law at the Athens Law School. I speak English and German and have been active in the shipping industry for the last few years. The first contact with Eurovision was made in 2004, while in 2016 I had the opportunity to watch the contest for the first time live. I have been writing for Eurovisionfun since September 2020 which has given me the opportunity to delve deeper into the topics surrounding the contest.
My name is Christos Pavlakis and I come from Thessaloniki. I study at the Veterinary School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and in my free time I do horse riding. Having been born in th “golden age” of Greece in ESC, the rhythm of Eurovision runs through my veins by birth. Since Eleni Foureira’s perfomance for Cyprus in 2018 I have been watching the contest more avidly and I continue to do so with the same love and passion until today!
My name is Giannis Georgiou, I am 21 years old and I am a student of the Department of Communication and Media at the University of Athens. I come from South Evia but I live in Athens. My great love is the part of TV content production and that’s why Eurovision has a special in my heart. I have been following the contest fanatically for the last few years as it manages to bring people from every corner of the world together. My favourite Greek entry is of course ‘My number one’.
I am Andreas Papagiannakis. I was born in Patras the year Celine Dion won Eurovision and I watched the contest for the first time the year Dana International won with “Diva” (do the math). I studied Computer Science at the Athens University of Economics and Business and currently work as a project manager at a Swiss bioinformatics company, over the last 16 years. Sweden (for various reasons) and Melodifestivalen are my eternal love, and I spend several days every year in the country. At Eurovisionfun, I write articles, do interviews, camera, and photography because I equally love all of that. My favourite Greek entry is “Die For You” and my favourite foreign entry is “Calm After The Storm” (The Netherlands 2014).
Hello everyone, my name is Antonis Kofkelis, I was born the year that Antique gave Greece its very first third place in the Contest, 2001, and I come from Orestiada, although I live in Thessaloniki because of my studies on English Language and Literature. Apart from English, I also speak a little bit of French, Italian, and Turkish. I have been watching the Contest literally since the years of my very first memories as a human, and of course, I keep doing so, and I will for all the years that are yet to come. What I adore about Eurovision is the ability to bring people from all around the world together on the same stage. It is difficult for me to choose and pick only one entry as my favourite, but at least I can mention “Grande Amore” from Italy, “Nocturne” from Norway, “Hard Rock Hallelujah” from Finland and of course the one and only “My Number One” !!
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