AS Postimees Grupp

Postimees is Estonia’s most read and influential source of media that is part of the Eesti Meedia group.

Founded already in 1857, the paper issue of Postimees is published 6 days a week and is the daily newspaper with the largest circulation and readership in Estonia and in Tallinn. The circulation of Postimees is circa 45 thousand in workdays and as much as circa 54 thousand at weekends.

95% of the circulation is pre-ordered and only 5% individual sales.

Postimees offers reading material to people of different ages and with different interests, giving an operative and objective overview of events both at home and abroad. The reader of Postimees can always be sure to get the most important part of the news flow with an added value of describing backgrounds and different comments.

The weekend Postimees that’s published on Saturdays brings to its readers in addition to the news also investigative journalism and summaries of weekend events. Also, lengthier stories of issues and opinions as well as picture galleries of events – all this and much more pithy reading awaits in the weekend Postimees. The Saturday paper also includes the additional papers AK (Arvamus ja Kultuur) and Arter with the week’s TV guide.

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