Uutislehti 100 (Finnish for "Newspaper 100") was a Finnish free-of-charge newspaper published between 1997 and 2008. The paper was one of the earliest European free newspapers, being second after Metro Sweden.
|Ceased publication||15 September 2008|
History and profileEdit
It was available mainly in the Helsinki area. The paper was published every weekday except for public holidays and the month of July when the editors were on summer holiday. Sanoma employed people to distribute the magazine on the streets of Helsinki, and it was also available in the Helsinki City Transport trams.
One of the newspaper's most popular features was a talk page where people could send anonymous or signed messages via SMS.
The paper had a total of 300,000 readers in 2008.