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Hürriyet is Turkey's best-selling newspaper. Its political stance is secular to nationalist. It has belonged to the Doğan Media Group since 1994. In 2009 the company was ordered to pay a fine of more than a billion euros. It saw this as an act of revenge by the Erdoğan government for its strongly critical reporting. Since then, and particularly since the attempted coup of 15 July 2016, Hürriyet has adopted a more favourable stance towards the government. In spring 2018 the Doğan Media Group was acquired by the pro-government Demirören Holding company for 1.1 billion dollars.

Political orientation Pro-government
Circulation 315,000 (2018)
Frequency of publication Daily
Online payment model All content for free
Location Istanbul, Turkey
Publisher Hürriyet Gazetecilik / Demirören Group
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1948
Address Hürriyet Dünyası, 100.Yıl Mahallesi, Matbaacılar Caddesi, No:78, 34204 Bağcılar, İstanbul
Phone 0090 21 26 77 00 00
Email interneteditor@hurriyet.com.tr
Twitter @Hurriyet