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Jakobstads Tidning (abbr. JT)
was a Swedish
language regional newspaper in Finland 1898-2008. At the time of the merge, it
was the third largest Swedish language newspaper in Finland in
terms of circulation, behind Hufvudstadsbladet and Vasabladet.
Jakobstads Tidning was founded in 1898, originally as a weekly newspaper.
As of 2005, JT's circulation was 12,130, most of which are sold in Jakobstad and surrounding regions in northern Ostrobothnia. In 2000, JT became a daily newspaper, having previously been published six times a week until it was merged with Österbottningen to form Österbottens Tidning in 2008.