Lack of logic in Turkish mediaThe fallacies of so-called experts in Turkish media continue to serve the goals of terrorist organizations by sowing confusion and causing cracks in society through misinformation and empty speculationmore
Reader's CornerWinning the polls, losing the electionAs the pollsters along with experts and journalists failed to predict the election results in America, a pattern has emerge where the self-assuredness of the media continues to alienate the public while failing to influence them More
Reader's CornerDo we get the real picture of Hollywood on Trump?The entertainment industry has always managed to present a more or less united front when it comes to politics but, let us take a look at how much of that front is formed by common ideals and how much is the result of the peer pressure of the industry's giants with the upcoming United States presidential election campaigns on stage More
Reader's CornerOctober statisticsAs the month is wrapped up, we look at the past five issues of Reader's Corner, including this one, to determine the demographics of our top 10 most read list on Dailysabah.com.... More
Reader's CornerWho is the real David Keynes?Controversial news article from Hürriyet daily reminded us of the hazards of manipulating news articles via omitting information as the facts poured in following the outcry caused by the attempt of misleading the public More
Reader's CornerPushing the envelopeOn Oct. 3, we got a brief look at the victories and fallacies of political correctness in the article with the self-explanatory title, "Political Correctness: Good or bad?"... More
Reader's CornerArts and Media: A two-way roadAs art journalism continues to be one of the main components in the majority of newspapers, Daily Sabah also reports on both international and national events in the sphere of culture and arts while forming a relationship where the newspaper gets content and artists gain coverage; both aspects benefiting the readers More
Reader's CornerEffects of news addictionAs we enter the third part of the debate surrounding the concept of news addiction, another perspective shows us that even the usage of the word addiction is not agreed upon, though negative aspects seem, regardless, to affect the psyche of the society More
Reader's CornerWhere is Hurşit Külter?Following months of propaganda and petitions surrounding the disappearance of Hurşit Külter, local and international media that voiced pro-PKK views and framed the state once again started to accept that they were duped with a staged play as the facts start to be revealed one by one More
Reader's CornerDecember statistics
With the new year well underway, it is time to cast a final look at December 2016 to find out which news categories were at the forefront when it comes to capturing the readers'...
Reader's CornerBlaming the victim
Foreign media sources continue to ignore the culprit behind the terror attacks in Turkey so as to place the blame on the country's shoulders while strengthening their manipulative rhetoric with hand-picked facts and numerous claims
Reader's CornerCall for responsible journalism
The latest terror attacks in Istanbul and Kayseri showed us that the media has a very long way to go when it comes to responsible broadcasting since the coverage of both attacks were filled with chaos-mongering speculation that play right into the terrorists' hands
Reader's CornerCan journalists accept gifts?
While gifts being sent to journalists and newsrooms is met with indifference, its damage to the newspapers and our vocation demands that the ethical principles of the matter must be enforced with equal fervor
Reader's CornerUnethical ‘benefits' of journalism
As press tours become one of the biggest sources of damage to the credibility of newspapers, offering benefits to attendees that are deemed unethical albeit commonplace, journalists must decide whether they are in the news-making business or the business of fostering public relations
Reader's CornerWhat is your problem with Facebook?
As the constant barrage of negative news articles aimed at Facebook gets more overt, it is time to look at the change of heart the Western media has had on the issue of fake news following the election results in the U.S.