Less than today, Greek journalism is losing the loss of Andreas Bomis, who "left" his life on Friday evening (9 November 2018) at the age of 80.
Andreas Bomis has linked his name to sports journalism, but his contribution to the country's journalistic function far outstrips the narrow boundaries of the sports report because his contribution to the universe is enormous, his unique journey and "inheritance" leaving invaluable.
Through the teaching of journalism, he has led a number of small children – either in classrooms or colleges – with their own unique ideals and rare principles that always stood out and formed their informal "school" by the best "student" of his son Panagiotis following his father's steps he wrote from his very young age his own unique journey into the universe.
Andreas Bomis was editor-in-chief, editor-in-chief and editor-in-chief of major publications and editors, "inspired designers and creators of his work, and as publisher consultant he led the newspaper for the first time in kiosks on March 17, 2007, when he had his son, the publisher of his son, Panayiotis Bomis.
His historic and successful course in the Greek culture and journalism sector has marked two important awards from the Botsi Foundation and the ESIEA Cultural Foundation.
Andreas Bomis was born two years before the war on July 3, 1938 in Kastela, Piraeus.
His journalist career began at the age of 20, from the magazine Self-Government, the publisher of which was his father, Panagiotis, continuing his first "steps" in the 1959 Acropolis newspaper and Proto magazine.
In 1960 he was admitted to Apogevmatini as assistant Haris Lympropoulos, who was director of the Sports Department. He was then appointed editor-in-chief of athletic and later full-length newspapers, where he remained until 1983, when he went to Free Press as editor for six months, and in 1984 he joined Nation. Editor-in-Chief, Editor-in-Chief and Chief Executive Officer Ikonek, who left 18 months before the question was suspended.
At that time, he worked passionately, as always, but the idea of "Ethnosport," the design and publication under his leadership meant a very creative period. Sport magazine Andreas Bomis considered this sporting magazine to be his second child. He graduated from his journalist career at DOL as Head of the Department of Specialization, completing even 300 TV shows.
Andreas Bomis had an important piece. 11 sports books were published, including: "The Annual Almanacs of Greek and Foreign Soccer" (1980-1983), World Cup (1990), Triomto Football Almanac (1991), "Goal 2000, Football Century" 1999) "This is the history of the National Greece and how we arrived in Africa "(2009).
In 1980 he released the first almanacs of Greek and foreign football. A version that has been repeated for four years and re-launched in 1999 with "Football at the Goal 2000-One Century".
As Director of the Icons Magazine and with his excellent associates at the Atletic Division of the "Nation" – all of whom are now senior executives – he eliminated the third football almanac and epic work on the World Championship on the occasion of the Italian finals. These publications were provided free of charge together with the relevant magazine numbers. During the ten years before retirement, he worked with Lambrakis Press.
In the television series he performed at the Athorramama show where he introduced the first sports video game "1-X-2" and for many years he was a commentator on the "world of sports".
The athletic reportage has never left. In all of his managerial positions he maintained this section, always with the help of a basic fantasy and talented partner.
He considered it the highest honor that served in this area, through reports, titles, creation and research – the primary elements of sound journalism.
Andreas Bomis not only taught teachers because he taught new generations of journalists outside the elderly, in journalistic schools, and in ANT1.
In 2017, he was awarded as one of the best sports writers in the 33rd Botsi Press Competition for his ethos in Greek journalism. In 2018, ESIEA Cultural Foundation, Andreas Bomis, together with 15 other sports news veterans,
His funeral will be on Mondays at 3 pm by Zoodochos Pigi of Melissia and his funeral at the Melissia cemetery.