Journalist-writer. He was born on June 27, 1952 in
Ankara. He began with his primary and secondary education in London, which he
completed at TED Ankara College. He graduated from Warwick University, Business
and Computer Department in 1973 and started to work at Turkish Daily News newspaper. He became the editor-in-chief of this
newspaper since 1984.
He has participated in private meetings conducted by
famous statesmen between the years 1991-1993 as the special consultant of Prime
Minister Süleyman Demirel. He was among the permanent guests of the program
named Başkent Kulisi in Channel 7,
prepared and hosted by Fehmi Koru. He was a columnist in Zaman newspaper. He received the Turkish-American Associations
Assembly outstanding service award in 1990 and the special award of outstanding
journalism and interpretation in 1994 from Turkish-American Friendship Council.
REFERENCE: İhsan Işık (TEKAA, 2009).