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Helsingin Sanomat is Finland's largest newspaper and the largest daily in the Nordic region, which provides unique journalism in print, online, smartphones and tablets. It was founded in 1904, following the footsteps of its predecessor, Päivälehti, which was published between 1889 and 1904.
Helsingin Sanomat reaches 2.3 million Finns through different channels every week. In addition to the daily paper, Helsingin Sanomat includes the Nyt weekly supplement, the Kuukausiliite monthly supplement, the HS Teema magazine and online services HS.fi, HS Kirjat (e-books), HS Ilta (evening edition) and HSTV. The freesheet Metro is also part of the Helsingin Sanomat product family.
Established in 1932, Ilta-Sanomat is the largest quality tabloid in Finland and the second largest newspaper after Helsingin Sanomat. Ilta-Sanomat is the market leader in mobile services and the website iltasanomat.fi is the most popular in Finland.
The Ilta-Sanomat TV Magazine is published on Wednesdays and sold together with the paper. In addition, Ilta-Sanomat publishes Urheilusanomat, the most widespread sports and betting weekly in Finland, as well as special magazines.
The products in the Ilta-Sanomat media family reach a total of over 3.1 million readers weekly.
The Ilta-Sanomat business unit also contains Taloussanomat, Finland's leading digital financial medium, ITviikko.fi, news media information technology professionals, and Digitoday.fi, online publication focused on digital economy.
Kids Media is Finland’s leading publisher of children and young people’s content. The varied and multichannel media range provides our young readers with fun moments, unforgettable experiences, educational activities and high-quality reading materials.
Kids Media’s product range serves children, young people, and Finnish families. It includes magazines, books, four book clubs and digital services all linked by safe content and high-quality Finnish language. Kids Media cooperates closely with its international principals, such as Disney, Egmont and Guinness World Records. It also produces Sanoma Lifestyle’s brand books.
Sanoma Lifestyle is Finland’s leading publisher of periodical content. The unit’s business is based on touching, addictive and experience-inducing contents, which are productised and sold in a way that speaks to focus group.
Sanoma Lifestyle especially serves Finnish women and families by providing them with media products which they can enjoy anywhere, anytime. Media range is based on renowned leading brands which are continuously spreading over multiple channels.
Sanoma Digital Finland
Sanoma Digital specializes in pure digital products.
Sanoma Digital´s services are among the most popular in Finland: e.g. Oikotie.fi, the leading real estate and job advertising portal in Finland, Huuto.net, the most well-known online marketplace in Finland, an innovative car service Autotie.fi and Hintaseuranta.fi, the largest product and price comparison service in Finland.
Sanoma Digital is also a leading service provider in Estonia since Sanoma Baltics´ Auto24.ee and Kuldebors.ee are part of Sanoma Digital.
Nelonen Media is a developing and growing digital multimedia house which offers varied entertainment contents to Finns through television, radio and online.
Nelonen Media operates four four nationwide free-to-air TV channels and and five pay TV channels. Its six radio channels make it the leader in radio.
The online TV site Ruutu gathers together the contents of Nelonen Media’s channels and provides viewers with an opportunity to watch them on almost any terminal device, regardless of time or place.