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ADVERTISE IN THESE TURKEY PUBLICATIONS
Sabah, which started its publishing life on April 22, 1985, has achieved many “firsts”, has passed the newspapers of the years, has reached the summit and has become a brand.
Sabah contributed significantly to the increase of female newspaper readers with her special additions and innovations. One of every four Sabah readers is a woman. The total of the readers from the ABC1 socio-economic group, which constitutes the main potential of consumption, is 49%, and the proportion of readers between the ages of 18 and 44 representing the active age group in the economy is 60%. 45% of the morning readers are high school and/or university educated.
Estetik Yayıncılık A.Ş. has been publishing Sözcü newspaper since 2007 and sozcu.com.tr since 2012. It also makes a difference with newspaper writers. Turkey is a trusted end eminent journalist Emin Çölasan, Necati Doğru, Yılmaz Özdil writes in this newspaper.
Hurriyet is a daily newspaper published in Turkey. It was founded by Sedat Simavi on May 1, 1948, and today it continues its publishing life within Demirören Holding in a very different line. Unlike its old bright days, nowadays it has a faint period.
Posta is a daily Turkish newspaper affiliated to Demirören Holding.
Haydar Dümen, who is known for sexual therapy, is the most well-known author of the newspaper.
While a newspaper has reached the 1 million readers until a decade ago in Turkey it has received its share of the decline in the mail from all printed media.
Turkey Newspaper broadcasts in Turkish. It is followed by a certain group of newspapers. There is no widespread readership to cover the country. Their authors are not recognized. It claims to be traditional.
Middle age and over people follow it.
Milliyet is the daily newspaper owned by Demirören Holding. The newspaper, which published in the left and democrat lines in its early years, is now on a different track. No known authors are available. The places of popular writers in the old period are empty. However, Abbas Güçlü, who has articles on education, is the most well-known author.
Tabloid type daily politics, news newspaper.
Yeni Şafak Newspaper is a right-wing, conservative publication. Yeni Şafak is a socially conservative and political Islamist daily newspaper. Previously, it accommodated liberal writers. Nowadays, liberal names have been removed from the newspaper and more political Islamist writers have joined the staff. It can not appeal to the Turkish general public. It appeals to older readers of a narrow environment.
It broadcasts in all sports, especially football. The young football lover appeals to the audience.
It is a marginal opposition newspaper.
Daily news and political agenda are dominant. Can Ataklı is the most known author.
It has a rich writer staff. Taha Akyol, known for his articles on law, democracy, and human rights, writes in the newspaper. Famous economist İbrahim Kahveci is also one of the authors of this newspaper.
Some of the liberal names previously in the political Islamic neighbourhood write in this newspaper.
It was previously a newspaper leading the national and secular lines.
He was pruned by various political speculations. Now broadcasts far away from its old principles.