Daily newspaper

Keskisuomalainen, Finland's oldest Finnish-language newspaper, was first published in 1918 under the name Keski-Suomi. In 1986 it declared political independence and severed its ties to the Centre Party, but it still generally supports the party today. Its influence is limited to its area of distribution, central Finland. However Keskisuomalainen also works closely with the regional papers Ilkka, Karjalainen, Pohjalainen and Savon Sanomat, with which it jointly designs Sunday edition pages and shares a foreign affairs department.

Political orientation Liberal-conservative
Circulation 71,200 (2018)
Frequency of publication Daily
Visits < 500.000
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Jyväskylä, Finland
Publisher Sanomalehti Keskisuomalainen Oy
Area of distribution Regional
Established 1871
Address Aholaidantie 3, 40320 Jyväskylä
Phone 00358 01 46 22 00 0
Twitter @ksmlfi