Founded in 1948, 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. In 2018, Hürriyet was sold to the government-affiliated Demirören Holding. As a result, dozens of critical journalists were fired and the paper was aligned with the government. At the same time, the circulation fell sharply.
|Frequency of publication||Daily|
|Online payment model||All content for free|
|Publisher||Hürriyet Gazetecilik / Demirören Group|
|Area of distribution||Nationwide|
|Address||Hürriyet Dünyası, 100.Yıl Mahallesi, Matbaacılar Caddesi, No:78, 34204 Bağcılar, İstanbul|
|Phone||0090 21 26 77 00 00|