Eesti Aeg (Estonian: Time of Estonia) was a newspaper in the Republic of Estonia, published as a weekly broadsheet newspaper in 1991–1995 and four issues as a monthly newsmagazine in 1996. One of the first truly independent (of the Soviet ruling clique influences) newspapers, it was set up in 1991 after a mass exodus of staff from Eesti Ekspress after its Soviet parent company, Cross Development FSP, fired Hans H. Luik.
The newspaper was known for its courageous approach to journalism, for example by gathering fame through publishing a list of KGB collaborationist in Estonia.
- Eesti Ekspress 22 March 2007: Nädalalõpu lemmiku teekond hotellitoast aktsiaturule by Tiina Jõgeda
- entry in ESTER
- Eesti koomiks eesti ajakirjanduses 1990ndatel aastatel, a B. A. thesis by Mart Normet, Tartu 2001
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