The 11 December 2008 front page
|Circulation||71,777 (daily) (2009)
73,176 (weekend) (2009)
Keskisuomalainen is a daily Finnish newspaper published in Jyväskylä, serving central Finland (Keski-Suomi means Central Finland). It was founded in 1871, and is the oldest Finnish-language newspaper, with the fifth-highest circulation of daily Finnish papers. As of January 2007, its daily circulation was 76,000, while the average amount of readers climbs up to 130 000.
The original title of the paper was Keski-Suomi, which began publishing on January 7, 1871, and the current name was adopted in 1918.
The paper's parent company, Keskisuomalainen Oyj, has a virtual monopoly in newspaper publishing in central Finland.
- Salminen, Airi & Hakaniemi, Kirsi. Facing the challenges of multi-channel publishing in a newspaper company, Journal of Cases on Information Technology (January 2007)
- Hokkanen, Kari. Keskisuomalaisessakin on taisteltu vallasta ja linjasta, Ilkka (newspaper) (in Finnish), December 2, 2007
|This Finnish newspaper-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|