Aripäev is an Estonian tabloid financial newspaper. Dagens Industri, a renowned Swedish financial daily, created it in 1989. Aripäev's debut issue was released on October 9, 1989. Aripäev was published once a week until May 1992, and three times a week until February 1996.
The Baltic Times is an independent monthly newspaper that covers the latest political, economic, business, and cultural events in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The paper was formed from a merger in 1996 of the Baltic Independent and Baltic Observer.
Õhtuleht is the largest daily newspaper in Estonia. It is a tabloid newspaper. The newspaper is published in Tallinn in the Estonian language.
During the Soviet occupation of Estonia, Eesti Ekspress was the first politically autonomous newspaper in the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic. The paper is published by AS Eesti Ajalehed, a subsidiary of the Tallinn Stock Exchange-listed public media firm Ekspress Grupp (EEG1T). In March 2010, the newspaper transitioned to a magazine-style format similar to Der Spiegel and Stern.
Lääne Elu (English: Western Life) is an Estonian language newspaper based in Haapsalu, Estonia. The newspaper was founded in 1989.
Sakala is an Estonian-language daily newspaper founded on 11 March 1878 in Viljandi by Carl Robert Jakobson, a prominent figure in the 19th-century Estonian national awakening. Sakala was Estonia's first political newspaper. In the late nineteenth century, it was the most widely read newspaper in Estonia. It is now the Viljandi County's local newspaper. Eduard Magnus Jakobson created Sakala's masthead logo.
Uma Leht is Estonia's only newspaper in the Vro language, which is spoken in the south of the country. The Foundation Vro Selts VKKF owns the newspaper, which is published every two weeks.
The Baltische Rundschau is the largest deutsch-language monthly publication in the Baltic States. She has been published in Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia since 1994. Heinrich Lotz, a Russian-born journalist, is the company's founder and CEO. The newspaper's headquarters are in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Delovje Vedomosti is an Estonian Russian-language financial weekly that was launched in 1996. Delovje Vedomosti is a weekly newspaper that focuses on the economics but also covers politics, culture, and entertainment. The first issue of the newspaper was published on November 27, 1996.