The Estonian financial newspaper Äripäev, which during the coronavirus crisis reduced its publishing frequency from five times a week to once a week, will be continue to be published weekly.
"In September, we will continue with the same publishing rhythm but the publishing date will be Thursday," the chief-editor of Äripäev, Meelis Mandel, wrote in Friday's newspaper.
Äripäev's print run, which started to appear once a week from April, was 6,100 in July.
In April the paper wrote: "Becoming a weekly is a result of lower advertisement turnover and movement of subscribers and advertising funds towards digital channels caused by the economic crisis." Staff salaries were also reduced by 15 percent and layoffs were planned.
Äripäev is owned by the Swedish Bonnier group and headquartered in Tallinn.
Editor: Roberta Vaino