Kellele andis Vincent van Gogh oma äralõigatud kõrva?
Kunstiajaloolased ja –ajakirjanikud jõudsid jälile, kellele andis Hollandi kunstnik Vincent van Gogh oma äralõigatud kõrva, selleks osutus farmeri tütar Gabrielle Berlatier.
21.07.2016, Inna-Katrin HeinPM
Merit Kopli: I like it difficult
Today's the final working day for editor-in-chief of Postimees and COE of Postimees Group Merit Koplil (47). Eleven years at helm of Estonia's biggest daily is but one year less than her four predecessors – all male – put together.
Educated as German philologist, in two months she will be heading to Germany to work as Estonia's cultural attache, tasked with introducing the Estonian culture and enhance the export of it.
10.06.2016, Priit PulleritsPM
Few viewers, many critics
13,000 – this was the amount of viewers who this Saturday watched part one of «Savisaare protsess» series produced by Tallinn TV for taxpayer money.
27.04.2016, Anneli AmmasPM
Court partially satisfies photographer's claim on Estonian Center Party
The Tallinn-based Harju county court has satisfied in part a claim of photographer Jill Greenberg on the opposition Estonian Center Party and a nonprofit of the Center Party for unauthorized use of her work.
Hardo Pajula appointed editor-in-chief of Postimees
Hardo Pajula becomes board member and editor-in-chief of Postimees as Merit Kopli gets promoted to chairman of the board.
22.09.2015, Nele-Mai OlupPM
Estonia to get 373 migrants according to Commission's new plan
According to the new proposal of the European Commission 373 migrants would be sent to Estonia, the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant reports.
Margus Linnamae to become sole owner of Eesti Meedia
Mart Kadastik, Meelis Luht, Andres Kull and Toomas Issak are to sell their holdings in the Estonian media group Eesti Meedia to Margus Linnamae's company UP Invest, and as a result Eesti Meedia is to be headed by Sven Nuutmann and the daily Postimees by Janeck Uibo.
Jarmo Mäkelä: secret defence policy deal sealed between Finnish parties
Heads of Finnish political parties have agreed regarding defence policy different than thus far presented to public, Finish journalist Jarmo Mäkelä tells Estonian Newspaper Association conference this Thursday.
10.04.2015, Jarmo MäkeläPM
The Times arbitrarily handled statements by Ilves
According to Office of the President, in his interview to British newspaper The Times Toomas Hendrik Ilves never used insulting expressions ascribed to him regarding any country.
10.04.2015, Helen MihelsonPM
Ilves «speechless» at nickname competition in Finnish newspaper
This past Saturday, Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat asked their readers in web poll what nickname they use for Estonians. Among other variants presented, there were some that many deemed derogatory regarding Estonians.
We support free speech!
Journalists at Postimees held up signs «Ma olen Charlie» (I am Charlie) and press cards to support free speech and pay tribute to the victims of the attack on the office of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Sirp: the rough renovation
As assured yesterday by culture minister Rein Lang and Urmas Klaas, chairman of Sirp’s publisher Kultuurileht Foundation: they are not linked to appointment of Kaur Kender as acting editor-in chief of the newspaper.
15.11.2013, Kaarel ArbPM
Analyst says clear upward trend in Estonian newspaper advertising market
The Estonian newspaper advertising market is clearly on a trend of growth, albeit not big growth, media analyst Toomas Leito said in his monthly market survey.