Print advertising in Estonia is a tried and tested method for brand exposure that remains effective in a sound media mix today.
With a mix of broad mass and a range of highly niche publications, Empire is able to offer print ad campaigns that are specific to your needs and guaranteed to reach your target audience.
ADVERTISE IN THESE ESTONIAN PUBLICATIONS
Eesti Ekspresshas a reputation as an innovator in the Estonian media landscape. This positive image is also transferred to the products advertised there.
Eesti Päevaleht is an innovative and alert Estonian daily newspaper.
Õhtuleht is the largest daily circulation in Estonia, along with a compelling web portal. We honestly, frankly, and bravely convey the latest news and entertainment that leaves no one indifferent.
Järva Teataja is a local Järvamaa newspaper that covers local Järvamaa news. The publication has a long history, dating back to 1926 and is still the region’s first reading preference.
Pärnu Postimees is a local newspaper for Parnu Conunty, published 6 days per week.
The daily Postimees is published six days a week, Monday to Saturday. Postimees is Estonia’s most read daily newspaper, with 176,400 readers a day.
Tartu Postimees is the largest local newspaper in Estonia, providing residents of the county with an overview of what’s going on in the area.
City newspaper is the weekly newspaper with the largest circulation in Estonia. The newspaper varies city-related news with nationwide topics. Published in Estonian and Russian, Linnaleht brings readers the week’s news from the wider world as well as from Estonia. You can read about economics, politics and sports. Typically, a free-newspaper newspaper is aimed at urban people.
Sakala is the local newspaper of Viljandi County, which is the third largest local newspaper in Estonia. Sakala is a long-standing publication founded by Carl Robert Jakobson in 1878.
Virumaa Teataja is a local newspaper of Lääne-Viru County, which keeps local people informed about what is happening in the local area since 1925.