Habertürk TV

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Habertürk TV
Launched 2001
Owned by Ciner Media Group
Slogan Gücü Özgürlüğünde
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Website www.haberturk.com
Digiturk Channel 44
D-Smart Channel 33
Turksat 3A 11194 H 7200 3/4
Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 773
Unitymedia (Germany) Channel 401 (SD)

Habertürk TV is a Turkish nationwide TV channel established in 2001 by Turkish journalist Ufuk Güldemir. It is owned by the Ciner Media Group (since 2007). In 2009 Ciner created the Habertürk newspaper, drawing on Habertürk TV's brand.

In June 2013, Habertürk TV's relative lack of coverage of the 2013–14 protests in Turkey saw hundreds of protestors gather in front of its head office in Istanbul.[1]


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