|description||Subscription daily newspaper|
|publishing company||Alma Media|
|First edition||December 3, 1881|
|Frequency of publication||Every day|
|Sold edition||105,730 copies|
With an average circulation of 105,730 copies (as of 2017), the Aamulehti is now the most widely read daily newspaper in Finland after the Helsingin Sanomat .
The first edition of the Aamulehti appeared on December 3, 1881. The paper set itself the task of " improving the position of the Finnish people and the Finnish language" . The newspaper's own publishing house merged in 1998 with the private television broadcaster MTV3 to form the Alma Media group , which today is one of the two dominant media groups alongside SanomaWSOY . Until 1992, the Aamulehti was linked to the conservative National Collection Party by statute , but today sees itself as a non-partisan and impartial newspaper. The responsible editor-in-chief has been Jouko Jokinen since 2010, who replaced Matti Apunen (2000–2010); the editorial office has been located on the former site of the Finlayson textile factory since 2001 .
- aamulehti.fi - online edition (Finnish)