Postimees Grupp is an Estonian media group and the largest media company in the Baltics. Founded in 1998 as AS Eesti Meedia, it was owned by the Norwegian media group Schibsted until 2013. In February 2019, Eesti Meedia was renamed to Postimees Grupp, named after Postimees, the oldest and largest newspaper in Estonia.
Besides Postimees and other newspapers and magazines in Estonia, the company owns other news portals in the Baltic countries (TVNET in Latvia and 15min in Lithuania), and the broadcasting group Duo Media Networks, which operates several Estonian TV channels including Kanal 2 and the Duo-branded channels. Its competitors include TV3 Group and Ekspress Group.
- Media company Eesti Meedia renamed Postimees Grupp - err.ee, 8 February 2019
|Estonian print media:|
Newspapers: Postimees | Tartu Postimees | Pärnu Postimees | Sakala | Virumaa Teataja | Järva Teataja | Lõuna-Eesti Postimees
Duo Media Networks: