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Alma Media divests the Kuriiri town paper in Ranua

Alma Media Corporation                     Press release 1 July 2015 at 9:00 a.m. (EEST)


Alma Media’s subsidiary Alma Media Kustannus Oy is divesting Kuriiri, a town paper delivered to all households in Ranua and Posio. Starting from 1 July, the new publisher of the town paper is Kuriirilainen Oy, a company owned by the paper’s current personnel.

Kuriiri is published once a week. The paper is delivered to all households in Ranua and Posio. In addition, a quarter of the print run of 6,300 copies is delivered to households outside the delivery area on a subscription basis.

The paper’s four employees are transferred as existing employees to the new company they have established.

For more information, please contact:
Kari Juutilainen, Managing Director, Alma Media Kustannus Oy, +358 50 435 4159
Jari Ranua, Sales Manager, Kuriiri / Kuriirilainen Oy +358 10 665 6431

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  • Published: 1.7.2015, 09:00
  • Category: Press release, Releases

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