Helsingin Sanomat, abbreviated HS and informally known as Hesari, is owned by Sanoma and is the largest subscription newspaper in Finland and the Nordic countries. Except for specific holidays, it is published every day. It takes its name from the Finnish capital, Helsinki, where it is published.
Iltalehti began in 1980 as the afternoon issue of the newspaper Uusi Suomi. Iltalehti, which is based in Helsinki, is owned by Alma Media. Aamulehti and Kauppalehti are its sister publications. Iltalehti is published six times per week in tabloid format.
Ilta-Sanomat is one of Finland's two major tabloid evening newspapers, and the country's second largest. Iltalehti is its counterpart and main competitor. According to the 2019 National Media Research, Ilta-Sanomat is also the largest digital media in Finland, reaching around 2.5 million Finns.
Aamulehti (Finnish for "morning newspaper") is a daily newspaper published in Tampere, Finland, in Finnish. During Russia's control over Finland, Aamulehti was created in 1881 to "better the situation of the Finnish people and the Finnish language." Tampere's founders were nationalistic Finns.
Abo Underrättelser is a Swedish-language newspaper published in Turku, Finland. Christian Ludvig Hjelt founded the oldest newspaper currently in print in Finland, bo Underrättelser, in 1823. The paper's first edition was published on January 3, 1824.
Hufvudstadsbladet is Finland's most widely circulated Swedish-language newspaper. Its headquarters are in Helsinki, Finland's capital. The newspaper's name roughly translates as "Journal of the Capital," with hufvudstad being the 19th-century Swedish term for capital.
Turun Sanomat is the leading regional newspaper in the Southwest Finland region. It is published in Turku, the region's city, and is Finland's third most frequently read morning newspaper after Helsingin Sanomat and Aamulehti.
The Helsinki Times is Finland's first English-language daily online newspaper, offering English-speaking readers in the country with news about Finland and the world. Between 2007 and 2015, a weekly printed edition was published.