168 óra (168 Hours = 1 week) is based on the Hungarian public broadcaster Magyar Rádió's radio programme of the same name. The programme used to be broadcast on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings, and the weekly's current editor-in-chief Ákos Mester and his deputy István Bölcs were in charge of its content. Initially the weekly paper was the print version of the radio programme. Nowadays 168 óra is an opposition paper which mainly features interviews with politicians, economists, political analysts, centre-left intellectuals and artists. 168 óra has shared a joint newsdesk with radio broadcaster Clubrádió since 2016. Its editor-in-chief is the journalist and writer Àkos Tóth; its deputy editor is Zoltán Lakner, a prominent political scientist in Hungary.
|Frequency of publication||Weekly on Thursdays|
|Visits||1.000.000 - 5.000.000|
|Online payment model||Content partially fee-based|
|Publisher||Telegráf Kiadó Kft.|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||1023 Budapest, Bécsi út 3-5.|
|Phone||0036 13 35 14 81|