The National Herald / Εθνικός Κήρυξ, the Greek daily of New York is the only daily Greek-language newspaper in the United States and it just celebrated its 100th anniversary.

The National Herald presents news, opinions, and feature stories of interest to Greek-Americans. It was founded by the merchant Petros Tatanis, on April 2, 1915, and kicked off with an interview with Greek statesman Eleftherios Venizelos. The paper’s name, logo, and font were borrowed from Venizelos’s own newspaper in Hania, Crete, the Kyrix. On this occasion, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a congratulatory letter to the daily National for its centennial on April 3.

He said that the National Herald, the second oldest Greek newspaper in the world and oldest outside the borders of Greece, "represents the voice of Hellenism in America and keeps the communication of Greeks abroad with every corner of Greece alive."

Odyssey Magazine: Angelike Contis reflects on the history of National Herald and the Greek American community