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Aamulehti kicks off a renewal project, print format change also in consideration

Alma Media Corporation   Press release   June 19, 2012 at 15:00 EEST


Aamulehti, the most widely read regional newspaper of Alma Media, initiates a significant redesign and renewal project. The newspaper’s content, structure, sections, supplements and organisation will be renewed during 2013. Additionally, lso the contents of print newspaper and its digital service will be differentiated even more than now, with the objective to create new content and service products to digital channels.

As part of the renewal project, also the page format of printed Aamulehti is under consideration. The decisions about the format and the detailed timetable of the renewal process will be made at a later stage.

The renewal project of Aamulehti continues the newly formed cooperation and organisation within Alma Regional Media’s five regional newspapers and 29 local and city papers. The renewal of Aamulehti is also affected by the new printing facility of Alma Media in Tampere, due to start operations in early 2013.

For more information, please contact:
Mr. Jouko Jokinen, Editor-in-Chief, Aamulehti, tel. +358 50 366 9213

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Alma Media is a dynamic media company whose best-known products are the Aamulehti, Iltalehti, Kauppalehti and Alma Media employs approximately 3,000 professionals. The company’s revenue in 2011 totalled MEUR 316.2 with an operating margin of 13.3 per cent. Alma Media’s share (ALN1V) is listed in the Mid Cap segment of the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. Read more:

  • Published: 19.6.2012, 17:00
  • Category: Press release, Releases

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