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Nikos Hatzinikolaou (Greek: Νίκος Χατζηνικολάου), (born 1962 in Alexandroupoli, northern Greece), also spelled as Hatzinicolaou and Chatzinikolaou is a Greek journalist.[1] He studied at Panteion University without receiving his university degree. Hadjinikolaou started early his career in journalism as a columnist for Mesimvrini daily and later Acropolis but made a name for himself on private electronic media. He was news anchor for Mega Channel from 1989 and until 2003 when he moved to Alpha TV. He was president, head of the news department and central news anchor in Alpha TV for three years. Since April 2007 he has been the news anchor for Alter Channel. Since 1989, he is hosting a weekly talk-show Enopios-Enopio (face-to-face) featuring various personalities from Greece.

He is one of the most popular news anchor in Greece. He has received various prizes for his work in the field of Television News. His father was a member of the Greek Parliament and ex-minister of Greece with New Democracy party. He is married twice.

References

^ "Nikos Hadjinikolaou medaled by the Spanish Ambassador". forth.gr. Retrieved 6 June 2011.

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