Nya Åland

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Nya Åland is a Swedish language newspaper on the Åland Islands, an autonomous region in Finland. It is the second largest local newspaper on Åland, following Ålandstidningen.

History and profile[edit]

Nya Åland was founded in 1981 as a cooperative movement.[1] Hasse Svensson was the editor-in-chief of Ålandstidningen and left it following an internal dispute to form Nya Åland. The paper is published in tabloid format.[1]

At the initial phase, Nya Åland was published twice per week.[1] Then it began to be published five times a week[1] (Monday through Friday).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Nya Åland". Midas Press. Retrieved 13 January 2015. 

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