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|Owner(s)||Schibsted and Ekspress Grupp|
History and profile
Õhtuleht was established in 1944. On 3 July 2000 two rival tabloid papers in Estonia, Õhtuleht and Sõnumileht (The Messenger), merged, becoming SL Õhtuleht. Since 6 October 2008 the name was shortened back to Õhtuleht.
The paper has a liberal-conservative political stance. It is owned by Eesti Meedia which also owns Postimees and which in turn is owned by Schibsted, a Norwegian media group, and by Ekspress Grupp.
Õhtuleht is available online at Ohtuleht.ee. Initially, at first the online version was just a copy of the paper, but now is turning into an online news stream and an entertainment centre with approx. 150,000 users.
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