Antonis Sroiter

Anchorman & Journalist

Antonis Sroiter was born in September 1974 in Athens. He is a graduate of Anavrita School and a senior at the Department of Greek Civilization of the University of Patras. He speaks English and German. He is married and a father of two children.

He began working as a journalist at “Apogevmatini” newspaper in 1993. In the meantime, he collaborated with magazines (Status, Klik, Crash, Avantage, Know Who, Forum, the Magazine of the European Commission in Greece) and attended Communication and New Technology in Media seminars in Athens and Brussels.

In 2006, he worked as chief editor at “Proto Thema” newspaper. In 2008, he began his collaboration with ALPHA TV, as a commentator at first and then as an anchorman of the news bulletin. From 2009 until today, ALPHA TV’s news bulletin began as 5th in ratings and managed to become 1st in ratings. In the last three years, ALPHA TV’s news bulletin remains 1st in ratings.

During his television course, he presented election programs for six elections and participated in four debates of political leaders. Via “Aftopsia” research program, he has travelled to war zones; he has dealt with all major social issues and has presented interviews with personalities from the political and business world. Among them, Bashar Al Assad, Matteo Renzi, Wolfgang Schauble, Martin Schulz, Kiro Gligorov, Nicolas Sarkozy.

In 2016, a survey by Reuters and Oxford University designated ALPHA TV’s news bulletin as the first and main source of information of Greek viewers, among all electronic and printed Press media.

In 2017, Antonis Sroiter was awarded the Botsis Prize, the ultimate prize for journalists in Greece.