|Owner(s)||D. C. Thomson & Co.|
|Publisher||D. C. Thomson & Co.|
|Founded||1877(as Dundee Evening Telegraph)|
|Political alignment||Right-wing populist|
|Circulation||7,630 (July - December 2021, 100% paid)|
The Evening Telegraph is a local newspaper in Dundee, Scotland. Known locally as the Tele (usually pronounced Tully or Tilly), it is the sister paper of The Courier, also published by Dundee firm D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. It was founded in 1877. Dave Lord is the Evening Telegraph's current editor.
Originally founded by John Leng, the Evening Telegraph began to adopt its current conservative and populist editorial style after it was acquired by DC Thomson.