Eesti Päevaleht

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Eesti Päevaleht
Eesti Päevaleht logo.svg
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) AS Ekspress Grupp, Jaan Manitski
Publisher Eesti Päevalehe AS
Editor-in-chief Urmo Soonvald
Managing editors Mihkel Reinsalu
Opinion editor Külli-Riin Tigasson
Sports editor Kristi Vahemaa
Photo editor Merike Pinn
Founded 5 June 1995 (1995-06-05)
Language Estonian
Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia
Narva mnt 13, 10151
ISSN 1406-0779
Official website www.epl.ee

Eesti Päevaleht ("Estonia Daily") is a major daily Estonian newspaper, from the same publishers as the weekly Eesti Ekspress. It has a daily circulation of around 36,000.[1]

Eesti Päevaleht was founded on 5 June 1995, when the newspapers Hommikuleht, Päevaleht (previously Noorte Hääl) and Rahva Hääl were merged into a single publication. On 29 September 1995, Eesti Päevaleht merged with Eesti Sõnumid. In May 2011 the newspaper joined the Eesti Ajalehed group.

Another newspaper under the same name is published weekly in Stockholm, Sweden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Overview of science reporting in the EU". European Commission. 2007. p. 61. Retrieved 2 July 2010. 

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Coordinates: 59°26′16.76″N 24°45′58.08″E / 59.4379889°N 24.7661333°E / 59.4379889; 24.7661333