In Greece there are several journalists’ unions with a long history of trade action. Several journalists’ unions are organised around geographical regions:
- The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Athens
- The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Macedonia-Thrace
- The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Peloponnesus, Epirus and Islands
- The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Thessaly, Sterea, Evoia
- The Union of Journalists of Periodical Press.
Finally, the Pan Hellenic Confederation of Associations of ERT's Personnel represents the employees of the public broadcasting sector.
The Journalists’ Union of the Athens Daily Newspapers is a Greek trade union for journalists employed in the daily newspapers and broadcast media in news outlets based in Athens. It was founded in 1914 in Athens as the Journalists' Union. It adopted its current name in 1947. It has a membership of more than 4,000 journalists and is a member of European and international journalists’ federations. From, the end of 2017 they decided that they are going to accept as members online journalists. This will start within 2018.
The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Macedonia-Thrace is one of the oldest unions of Thessaloniki and the oldest journalists’ union of the country. Commencing from Thessaloniki, it was extended to the rest of Macedonia and Trace. Nowadays, it has 847 members of all media outlets based in Macedonia and Trace.
The Union of Journalists of Daily Newspapers of Peloponnesus originates from the Union of Journalists of Patras and was formed as such in 1939. There is also the technicians union of the public broadcaster, the Pospert.