Sabah, amongst other newspapers
|Owner(s)||Turkuaz Media Group|
|Associate editor||Metin Yüksel|
|Founded||22 April 1985|
|Headquarters||Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Sister newspapers||Yeni Asır, Takvim, Fotomaç|
The newspaper was founded by Dinç Bilgin on 22 April 1985.
In 2007, the government of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan seized the newspaper, citing a legal document that had not been disclosed to authorities when Sabah was sold in 2001. Some of the newspaper's staffers were fired, and the paper was then sold to the Turkuaz Media Group of the company Çalık Holding, whose CEO, Ahmet Çalık, was Erdoğan's son-in-law. According to Asli Aydintasbas, who was Sabah's Ankara bureau chief until the takeover, from then on the newspaper took on "an unwavering pro-government line."
The Kalyon Group took over the newspaper in 2013.
Kalyon Group is the current publisher, while Erdal Şafak is the editor-in-chief.
Sabah has published The New York Times International Weekly on Sundays since 2009. This 8-page supplement features a selection of articles from The New York Times translated into Turkish. The partnership with the New York Times was finished in 2014 without given any formal explanation.
Notable contributors (past and present)
- Engin Ardıç, journalist
- Haşmet Babaoğlu (tr)
- Mehmet Barlas, columnist
- Mehmet Ali Birand (1941-2013), journalist
- Yavuz Donat (tr)
- Nazlı Ilıcak (tr)
- Salih Memecan, cartoonist
- Hıncal Uluç (de), journalist
- Ahmet Vardar (1937-2010), journalist
- Official website (Turkish)
- The newspaper's web site (English)
- Today's Sabah front page at the Newseum website
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