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Milliyet, Bugun, Cumhuriyet, Hurriyet, owned radio

Turkey had about 30 major daily newspapers in the early 1990s, in addition to many dailies with small circulations. Larger dailies include Bugun, Cumhuriyet, Hurriyet, Milliyet, Sabah, Yeni Gunaydin, and Zaman—all published in Istanbul. The country is also served by many weekly and monthly publications. The government runs four national radio networks and five television channels; there are also many privately owned radio and television stations. In 1997 there were 178 licensed radio receivers and 330 licensed television sets in use for every 1,000 residents. Telephone lines numbered 280 per 1,000 people in 2000.



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