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Äripäev

Äripäev

Website: www.aripaev.ee

Owner / Publisher: Bonnier Group

Language: Estonian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Politial Affiliation: Right-wing

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Daily

Äripäev​ (Estonian for "business day") was founded in 1989. Published in Estonian, Äripäev is a financial newspaper that is distributed five times a week. In 2007, the Society for News Design named ​Äripäev one of the top four best designed newspapers in the world. The readership of Äripäev​ is primarily composed of business professionals, from entrepreneurs to executives.

Baltic Review

Baltic Review

Website: baltic-review.com/category/lithuania/

Owner / Publisher: Dr. Ingvar Henry Lotts

Language: English

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news, sports, business, entertainment

Frequency: Monthly

The Baltic Review is a monthly, English-language newspaper distributed throughout the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). In addition to featuring articles about local and global news, the Baltic Review staff produce a German-language edition entitled Baltische Rundschau​. The Baltic Review also includes articles about sports, business, and entertainment.

Baltische Rundschau

Website: www.baltische-rundschau.de/

Owner / Publisher: Internationale Medienhilfe

Language: German

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Monthtly

Den za Dnjom

Den za Dnjom

Website: rus.postimees.ee/rubriik/771

Owner / Publisher: Postimees

Language: Russian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Weekly

Den za Dnjom (Russian for "day by day") is a weekly, Russian-language newspaper produced in Estonia. Den za Dnjom​ provides its readers with articles containing information about current events, local and international, as well as editorial analysis and opinion pieces. The paper additionally includes a TV guide, a women's magazine, and a lifestyle publication.

Eesti Päevaleht

Eesti Päevaleht

Website: epl.delfi.ee/

Owner / Publisher: AS Ekspress Grupp/Eesti Päevalehe AS

Language: Estonian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Politial Affiliation: Right-wing

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news, sports, technology

Frequency: Daily

Eesti Päevaleht​ (Estonian for "Estonian Times") is a prominent daily newspaper focused on local and global news. Founded in 1995, Eesti Päevaleht was born out of a merger of three other newspapers: Hommikuleht, Päevaleht, and Rahva Hääl. Eesti Päevaleht​ additionally features extensive sports pages, and editorial commentary on current events such as the economy and the most recent technology news.

Estonija

Estonija

Website: www.vesti.ee

Owner / Publisher: Rukon-Info AS

Language: Russian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news, sports, business, entertainment

Frequency: Weekly

Estonija​ is a Russian-language, weekly newspaper specializing in producing articles on local and global news, business, politics, sports, culture, and other topics.

Kesknädal

Kesknädal

Website: www.kesknadal.ee

Owner / Publisher: NGO Free Press

Language: Estonian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Politial Affiliation: Centrist

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news, politics, economics, history, culture

Frequency: Weekly

Kesknädal​ is a weekly, Estonian-language newspaper. Distributed on Wednesdays, Kesknädal features articles about local and global news, politics, economics, history, culture, and other subjects. Additionally, Kesknädal includes editorial commentaries and letters to the editor.

Molodezh Estonii

Website: www.moles.ee

Owner / Publisher: Molodjozh Estonii

Language: Russian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Daily

Nasz Czas

Website: nasz-czas.tripod.com

Owner / Publisher: Nasz Czas

Language: Polish

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: General news

Frequency: Monthly

Nelli Teataja

Website: www.nelli.ee

Owner / Publisher: Nelli Teataja

Language: Estonian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Weekly

Postimees

Postimees

Website: www.postimees.ee

Owner / Publisher: Eesti Media Group/AS Postimees

Language: Estonian

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news, sports, business, entertainment

Frequency: Daily

Postimees was founded in 1857, and is the oldest newspaper in Estonia. In 1891, Postimees​ became the first daily newspaper to be circulated in Estonia. Today, Postimees maintains the highest circulation and readership rates in both Estonia and in Tallinn. Postimees​ features articles about the economy, sports, and other current event topics.

The Baltic Times

The Baltic Times

Website: www.baltictimes.com/news_estonia/

Owner / Publisher: Baltic News Ltd.

Language: English

Region Served / Publication Area: National

Type of Coverage: Local, regional, national, international news

Frequency: Monthly

The Baltic Times is the result of a merger between the Baltic Independent and the Baltic Observer that took place in 1996. The Baltic Times is one of the only English-language newspaper currently covering and circulating throughout all of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). Distributed monthly, The Baltic Times features articles about political, economic, business, and cultural events in the Baltic States.

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