Åland Islands is a part of Finland. There isn’t much population, and the media is concerted. There are two local newspapers, Tidningen Åland, which was founded in 1891, and Nya Åland, founded in 1981.
As the number of media is few, the number of active journalists is 60 only. There are only two televisions in Åland Islands, one is Åland24 which is a privately owned local television channel, and another one is TV Åland which is also a privately owned channel broadcasted in the urban areas of Åland.
There is only one public Ålands Radio och TV Ab which produces Åland Radio and distributes Swedish and Finnish public-service radio and television.