Postimees is one of Estonia's largest media companies, with operations in newspaper and online news activities. Postimees' main edition in Estonian has a circulation of 60,000. The edition in Russian has a circulation of 10,000. Postimees also publishes a weekly newspaper in Russian.
The online news site postimees.ee continues to grow, and is currently the second-largest in Estonia with 850,000 unique users per week. New niche channels are being launched on the back of the traffic of postimees.ee.
The tabloid newspaper Õhtuleht is the second-largest newspaper in Estonia, with a circulation of 50,000, and the third-largest online news site, with 350,000 unique users per week. The company also publishes the free newspaper Linnaleht.
Ühinenud Ajalehed publishes five local newspapers in Estonia: Pärnu Postimees, Sakala, Virumaa Teataja, Järva Teataja and Valgamaalane, representing a total circulation of 35,000. All the newspapers have local online news sites which, combined with the print editions, make them the dominant news agency in their respective regions.
Kanal 2 is the largest TV channel in Estonia, with an audience share of 16 per cent. In conjunction with the transition to digital transmissions, two niche channels were launched, one aimed at women (Kanal 11), the other aimed at men (Kanal 12).
Ajakirjade Kirjastus is the leading weekly press publisher in Estonia. Kroonika is the largest magazine.
The free newspaper 15 minuciu has been operating the online news site 15min.lt in Lithuania since 2008. This is now the second-largest newssite in the country, with more than 700,000 unique users per week. Plans to turn the newspaper into a weekly publication are underway.
With its five magazine products, Zurnalu leidybos grupe (ZLG) is the largest publisher of weekly magazines in Lithuania. 120,000 copies of Žmones, the largest magazine, are printed every week. The online site zmones24.lt was established on the back the traffic of 15min.lt.
TVNET.lv is Eesti Meedia's first venture in Latvia, and is the result of an acquisition. The news portal originated in a TV station, and is today the second-largest online news site in Latvia, with 550,000 unique users per month.
ONLINE CLASSIFIEDS WEBSITES
Based on the Blocket concept, Soov.ee is the fastest-growing website for classifieds in Estonia. The ambition is to become the market leader by developing new services and capitalizing on the market position held by Eesti Meedia in Estonia.
The main product is autoplius.lt, a profitable market leader in classifiedes for used cars in Lithuania. The real estate portal Domoplius.lt and the general classifieds site Plius.lt are being establised.
Kroonpress is a modern, efficient printing plant producing all of Eesti Media's newspapers and magazines in Estonia and Lithuania. The printing plant is also winning market shares outside the Baltic states, in Sweden and Norway in particular.