Newspapers, television and radio are our main sources to the media. It is these three things that keep us informed as to what’s going on in the world as well as our local area. Large areas as well as small areas have local and national newspapers in their region. The difference between the small and large cities or countries lies in the number of newspapers they’re going to carry.
In Turkey, there are many different Turkish newspapers. Turkish newspapers aren’t just for the immediate area in Turkey but are for surrounding areas and for viewing by other countries as well. Turkish newspapers can be found in different languages, including English.
The AGOS is a Turkish-Armenian newspaper/magazine that comes out on a weekly basis and offers a lot of political and cultural information and news articles. The Dunya Gazetesi is a Turkish daily newspaper known for its liberal news reporting and its use of the English language.
The Journal of Turkish Weekly is published by the International Strategic Research Organization and it goals is to keep people informed on the Turkish foreign policy, politics and economy.
A very popular of the Turkish newspapers is the Turkey Daily News and the Turkish Daily News (the largest circulation in Turkey). The difference between these two is the Turkish Daily News is an English newspaper where as the Turkey Daily News centers on reviews, news and opinions regarding the Turkey and European Union. This paper also offers sports, business, politics, travel and much more.
Turkey is a large country with a population of over 66 million people so it, obviously, is going to have many Turkish newspapers to cover the many cities and communities. You’ll find national and local Turkish newspapers here.
You won’t be limited to your views and perspectives on the current events, politics, news or business affairs as well as having an abundance of commentaries and articles to read on subjects such as real estate, travel, culture, sports, entertainment, classifieds and more.
The National Turkish newspapers include Turkish Daily News, Aksam, Hurriyet, Milliyet, Sabah, Turkiye and Zaman. The different regional Turkish newspapers include:
• Adana newspapers
• Ankara newspapers
• Batman newspapers
• Beysehir newspapers
• Bursa newspapers
• Bolu newspapers
• Canakkale newspapers
• Edremit newspapers
• Gaziantep newspapers
• Istanbul newspapers
• Izmur newspapers
• Izmit newspapers
• Konya newspapers
• Ortaca newspapers
Although most of these Turkish newspapers are in the Turkish language, some of them like the Turkish daily news are available for English readers. There isn’t a lack of good media content in Turkey in the line of newspapers. Whether it’s daily or weekly, residents have a steady stream of news to read.