Newspaper Chains in Finland 1993–2010

  title={Newspaper Chains in Finland 1993–2010},
  author={Jyrki Jyrki{\"a}inen},
  journal={Journal of Media Business Studies},
  pages={25 - 7}
Abstract This study describes newspaper chain development from 1993 to 2010 in Finland. Chain is defined as a publisher owning at least two subscribed newspapers appearing 1–7 times a week. As a background, the main features of the Finnish newspaper industry structure are presented. The results show a decrease in the number of chains from 24 in 2000 to 19 in 2010 and a decrease in the number of the group-owned dailies from 44 to 42. The share of the total circulation of the largest chains has… 
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