References

Articles and books

  • Country profile Finland. Council of Europe/ERICarts: “Compendium of Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe”, 15th edition 2014.
  • Hujanen, Erkki (2007). Lukijakunnan rajamailla. Sanomalehden muuttuvat merkitykset arjessa. Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities, No. 68. Jyväskylä. With English summary. [On the Fringes of Readership. The Changing Meanings of Newspaper in Everyday Life.]
  • Jyrkiäinen, Jyrki (2007). The Finnish Media Landscape. In: Terzis, Georgios (Ed.) European Media Governance: National and Regional Dimensions. Bristol: Intellect, pp. 97-109.
  • Jyrkiäinen, Jyrki (2008). Journalistit muuttuvassa mediassa. 2. painos. Tampereen yliopisto, Tiedotusopin laitos. Julkaisuja B 50/2008.
  • Jyrkiäinen, Jyrki & Heinonen, Ari. (2012). Finnish Journalists. The Quest for Quality amidst New Pressures. In: Weaver David H., Willnat Lars (Ed.) The Global Journalist in the 21st Century. New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis, pp. 171-186.
  • Jyrkiäinen, Jyrki. (2012). Newspaper Chains in Finland 1993-2010. Journal of Media Business Studies 9 (2), 7-25.
  • Kunelius, Risto, Noppari, Elina and Reunanen, Esa (2010). Media vallan verkoissa. Journalismin tutkimusyksikkö, Tampereen yliopisto, Tiedotusopin laitos. Toinen, korjattu painos. Julkaisuja, Sarja A 112/2009. [Media in the Networks of Power, in Finnish, with English Summary.]
  • Kunelius, Risto & Reunanen, Esa (2016) Changing Power of Journalism: The Two Phases of Mediatization. Communication Theory 26:4, 369-388. DOI: 10.1111/comt.12098.
  • Lehtisaari, Katja & Grönlund, Mikko (2015). Online activities of Finnish newspapers in the changing media business environment. AustralComunicación, Volumen 4 número 1 (junio de 2015). 
  • Picard, Robert G. (2003). Media Economics, Content and Diversity: Primary Results from a Finnish Study. In: Hovi-Wasastjerna, Päivi (ed.) Media Culture. Research Programme. Academy of Finland. Publications series of the University of Art and Design Helsinki, A 38, pp. 107-120.
  • Salokangas, Raimo (1999), From Political to National, Regional and Local. The Newspaper Structure in Finland (PDF). Nordicom Review (20)1, pp. 77-105.
  • Suomen Lehdistö 86(2016)4. The Finnish Newspapers Association. [Finnish Press 4/2016.]
  • The Union of Finnish Journalists 2016. Labour market study. [In Finnish.]: Suomen Journalistiliitto 2016. SJL:n työmarkkinatutkimus 2016.
  • World Press Trends 2016. WAN-IFRA - World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers. Paris: WAN-IFRA.

Databases and media statistics