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List of Swedish Newspapers
The number of newspapers in Sweden was 235 in 1919. It reduced to 125 papers in the mid-1960s. In 2009 the number of the newspapers was 90 in the country.
Morning newspapers are mostly sold by subscription and delivered to homes after midnight or in the early morning. Traditionally, morning newspapers used the broadsheet format, but around the year 2000 all have changed to the smaller tabloid format.
Free newspapers, entirely financed by advertisements, were an innovation of the 1990s. They have successfully been distributed in local public transport, such as the Stockholm subway. They always use the tabloid format.
Metro, free, printed in four editions: Stockholm, Gothenburg, Skåne and National (Riks), which is distributed in 67 towns and cities throughout the country
^ abLennart Weibull (2013). "What has Happened with the Political Press? Perspectives on the Erosion in Swedish Newspaper Readership". In Henrik Oscarsson; Stefan Dahlberg; Lena Wängnerud (eds.). Stepping Stones(PDF). Göteburg: University of Gothenburg. Retrieved 2015.