Tassos Telloglu is a Greek investigative journalist. He has won 8 times the ‘Prosopa’ Award for his work in television, as well as the Botsis Foundation Award.

In 2016 he was on the founding team of the investigative journalism website Insidestory.gr. In 2022-23 he investigated with Eliza Triantafyllou the issue of the use of the illegal software Predator in Greece.

His career spans decennia. Tassos studied law at the University of Athens. In 1986 he started working for the newspaper "I Proti" and in 1989 he joined the editorial staff of "Kathimerini", while at the same time joining the political department of Mega Channel. From 1990 to 1997 he was a correspondent in Germany. He has filmed and presented more than 250 long-form reports on television.

In 1998 with Alexis Papachelas  and Pavlos Tsimas created the show "The Black Box" (Mega), in 2004 he became editor-in-chief of "The Files". From 2007 to 2013 he co-presented with Alexis Papachelas and Sofia Papaioannou the "New Files" and since 2016 "Stories" with Alexis Papachelas, Sia Kossioni and Pavlos Tsimas. In 2020-21 she presented the show "Special Report" with Antonis Fourlis on Antenna. 

Basic information

Tasos Telloglou

Supported projects

Vardar/Axios: A River in Distress

  • Environment

SKOPJE / THESSALONIKI -  Investigative teams from IRL in North Macedonia and Inside Story in Greece secured and analyzed thousand of pages of documents, interviewed tens of stakeholders and authorities and surveyed the Axios/Vardar basin and its facilities in order to identify the environmental pressures on the river and expose the reasons behind them.  

fishermen huts in the estuary near Chalastra in Greece