|Owner(s)||Jakobstads Tidning Ab|
|Founded||21 December 1898|
History and profile
Its headquarters was located in Jakobstad with local offices located in Kokkola and Nykarleby. In 1996 the paper had a circulation of 11,972 copies. As of 2005[update] JT's circulation was 12,130 copies, most of which were sold in Jakobstad and surrounding regions in northern Ostrobothnia.
In 2008 it merged with Österbottningen to form Österbottens Tidning. At the time of the merge, Jakobstads Tidning was the third largest Swedish-language newspaper in Finland in terms of circulation, behind Hufvudstadsbladet and Vasabladet.
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- "Österbottens Tidning" (PDF). Midas Press. Retrieved 20 November 2014.