Greek media mogul Minos Kyriakou, a former president of the country’s Olympic Committee, died on Sunday. He was 75. According to the private Athens Medical Center, Kyriakou died of a heart attack. In 1989 he founded and chaired the media conglomerate Antenna Group, which included radio and TV stations in Greece as well as several Balkan countries, internet providers and a publishing house. Kyriakou, who was twice divorced, leaves behind two sons and a daughter from his first marriage.