Every monday this newspaper serves as Milliyet's window openin to the world. After this venture, approximately one and a half years ago, it entered the virtual world and was published on the Internet under the address milliyet. Today Milliyet, following the principle "wherever there are Turks we are there" has become a newspaper that can be read at the same time all over the world. With over 50 thousand daily hits Milliyet is extending the trust it has earned in the press to the information highway.
Today Milliyet is experiencing a different pride all together. By crowning its approach with the ISO certificate, it is adding the esteem of quality to the reader"s freedom of information. After being treated with intensive study, the processes were improved one by one and under the ISO standards the quest for total quality was started.
Today we are reaping the harvest of this effort. ISO , which is considered the symbol of global values, will be followed by further search for total quality. Our quest will continue until every reader has become o partner and every copy a masterpiece. What's strange is that there is no end to this search. For total quality is like an endless journey.
In the begining of this article I mentioned the "world reader". Now I wish to convey the result of our project that will turn this concept into reality: Milliyet is now in English Milliyet which is transmitted to every corner of the world via the Internet can from now on be read by foreigners in English.
In accordance to Turkey's ever increasing global importance, there is now a publication through which the world can view our country. From now on every user who taps in the address milliyet. On September , Milliyet opened its digital archive becoming the first Turkish newspaper to do so. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Turkish daily newspaper. Media of Turkey List of newspapers. Retrieved 7 February Archived from the original on 21 November Retrieved 2 June The Observer.
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