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|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.
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
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