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Gives new meaning to "Doing it the Greek Way"

 

No, your eyes aren't tired after a long day of work. That isn't English on the cover above. That's right -- we've joined Henry Cavil as one of the hottest things that are going Greek!

OUT's November issue featuring Alexander Skarsgård is our first edition to been translated and adapted into Greek, to sell to Greece's gay marketplace. Sure he's Swedish but it is a travel issue, so it does make sense. Not to toot our own horn (okay, just a little), but this also happens to be the country's first mainstream LGBT publication, period.

To get all official, a quote from the press release: 

Here Media (OUTUSA) partnered with G. Piliouras Ltd (now publishing OUTGreece) to produce a Greek-language version of OUT. The magazine is filled with leading fashion, style and pop culture content for consumers who are currently not being reached by local publications. At the moment, the magazine will be translated and edited in accordance, as well as utilizing European journalists to produce content of local interest including interviews with local Greek personalities, music and entertainment reviews and local travel coverage.

In other words, for roughly the roughly 14 million Greek speakers around the globe, they've got a new resource for the alpha to omega of great gay living. Opa!

For more info on Gay Greece, check out OutTraveler's Guide to Mykonos 

Greek OUT cover

Gives new meaning to "Doing it the Greek Way"

 

No, your eyes aren't tired after a long day of work. That isn't English on the cover above. That's right -- we've joined Henry Cavil as one of the hottest things that are going Greek!

OUT's November issue featuring Alexander Skarsgård is our first edition to been translated and adapted into Greek, to sell to Greece's gay marketplace. Sure he's Swedish but it is a travel issue, so it does make sense. Not to toot our own horn (okay, just a little), but this also happens to be the country's first mainstream LGBT publication, period.

To get all official, a quote from the press release: 

Here Media (OUTUSA) partnered with G. Piliouras Ltd (now publishing OUTGreece) to produce a Greek-language version of OUT. The magazine is filled with leading fashion, style and pop culture content for consumers who are currently not being reached by local publications. At the moment, the magazine will be translated and edited in accordance, as well as utilizing European journalists to produce content of local interest including interviews with local Greek personalities, music and entertainment reviews and local travel coverage.

In other words, for roughly the roughly 14 million Greek speakers around the globe, they've got a new resource for the alpha to omega of great gay living. Opa!

For more info on Gay Greece, check out OutTraveler's Guide to Mykonos 

Gives new meaning to "Doing it the Greek Way"

 

No, your eyes aren't tired after a long day of work. That isn't English on the cover above. That's right -- we've joined Henry Cavil as one of the hottest things that are going Greek!

OUT's November issue featuring Alexander Skarsgård is our first edition to been translated and adapted into Greek, to sell to Greece's gay marketplace. Sure he's Swedish but it is a travel issue, so it does make sense. Not to toot our own horn (okay, just a little), but this also happens to be the country's first mainstream LGBT publication, period.

To get all official, a quote from the press release: 

Here Media (OUTUSA) partnered with G. Piliouras Ltd (now publishing OUTGreece) to produce a Greek-language version of OUT. The magazine is filled with leading fashion, style and pop culture content for consumers who are currently not being reached by local publications. At the moment, the magazine will be translated and edited in accordance, as well as utilizing European journalists to produce content of local interest including interviews with local Greek personalities, music and entertainment reviews and local travel coverage.

In other words, for roughly the roughly 14 million Greek speakers around the globe, they've got a new resource for the alpha to omega of great gay living. Opa!

For more info on Gay Greece, check out OutTraveler's Guide to Mykonos 

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