Billboard Türkiye

This article is about the Turkish language music magazine. For Turkish Billboard Türkiye Top 20 charts, see Türkiye Top 20.
Billboard Türkiye

Billboard Türkiye logo
Type Music magazine
Owner(s) Nielsen Music Control
Publisher Erman Yerdelen, Aydın Demirer
Editor Meltem Fıratlı
Founded November, 2006
Language Turkish
Ceased publication 2010
Headquarters İstanbul, Turkey

Billboard Türkiye was a Turkish language publication in agreement with the American Billboard. The magazines existed between 2006 and 2010.

Turkish Charts

Main article: Türkiye Top 20

Since its inception, Billboard Türkiye magazine published Türkiye Top 20, an official Turkish chart for non-Turkish foreign language songs. "Billboard Radio" broadcast the chart on 87.7 Rokket FM (Istanbul). Billboard Charts were accepted as Turkey's official charts for foreign language songs. The charts were updated every Monday at the website and in the magazine. Starting September 2009, the charts were compiled on a monthly basis.

Billboard also published a Turkish language top 20 chart but only for rock songs called Turkish Rock Top 20 Chart.

The magazine ceased publication in 2010.[1]


  1. Mehmet Tez (14 August 2010). "Türkiye'de müzik yayıncılığı neden bitti?". Hafif Müzik (in Turkish). Retrieved 13 March 2016.
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