Hürriyet is a major Turkish newspaper that was established in 1948. With a circulation of around 319,000 copies as of January 2018, it was the most widely circulated newspaper in Turkey. Hürriyet has a liberal, conservative, and mainstream viewpoint.
Sözcü is a well-known Turkish newspaper. Burak Akbay first published Sözcü on June 27, 2007, and it is now available nationwide. With around 300,000 copies sold daily as of June 2018, it is one of Turkey's most popular newspapers.
Yeni afak is a Turkish daily newspaper that is conservative and Islamist. The newspaper is known for its staunch support for President Recep Tayyip Erdoan and the AK Party, as well as its close ties to the Turkish government.
Daily Sabah is a pro-government Turkish newspaper published in Turkey. The first issue of Daily Sabah, which is available in English and Arabic and is owned by Turkuvaz Media Group, was published on February 24, 2014. Ibrahim Altay is the editor-in-chief.
Habertürk, abbreviated as HT, was a popular Turkish newspaper with a large circulation. Ciner Media Group launched it on March 1, 2009, based on Ciner's Habertürk TV brand, and it ceased publication on July 5, 2018. On the first day of publication, 360,000 copies of the newspaper were sold.
Milliyet (Turkish for "nationality") is an Istanbul-based pro-Erdogan Turkish daily newspaper. On 3 May 1950, Milliyet began publishing as a daily private newspaper at the Nuri Akça press in Babali, Istanbul. Ali Naci Karacan owned the paper, and his son, Encüment Karacan, continued to publish it after his death in 1955.
Kalyon Group owns Takvim, a Turkish daily newspaper. In Turkish, the word "takvim" means "calendar." Takvim was founded in 1994 by Dinç Bilgin and acquired by alk Holding's Turkuvaz Media Group in 2008 as part of its $1.1 billion acquisition of the Sabah-ATV group.
Fanatik is a daily Turkish sports newspaper that is also available online. On November 20, 1995, Fanatik was founded. Demirören Group has owned Fanatik since April 2018, following the acquisition of Doan Holding by a group of companies.
Star was a popular Turkish newspaper with a large circulation. It was founded in 1999 by Star Media Group, and it uses the Star TV channel's branding. The newspaper announced that it would continue to cover news online after ceasing print publication at the end of 2019.