Uğur Dündar

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Uğur Dündar
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Born (1943-08-28) August 28, 1943 (age 73)
Silivri, Istanbul, Turkey
Residence Istanbul, Turkey
Nationality Turkey Turkey
Alma mater Istanbul University Economics Faculty
Occupation Journalist, Anchorman
Known for Star TV Anchorman

Uğur Dündar (born 28 August 1943) is a Turkish journalist, anchorman, political commentator and writer.

He was born in Akören village of Silivri district in Istanbul Province. He graduated from Istanbul University's Economics faculty. He joined Turkish Radio and Television Corporation in 1970 and built a journalistic career over more than 20 years. Until 2011 Dündar was the anchorman of Star TV where he headed the news team.

Currently he is writing for Sözcü and has a program on Halk TV.

He also been Fenerbahçe SK board member between 20 February 2000-3 March 2002.[1]

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