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This is Yle

Finland's national public service broadcasting company

Yle (Yleisradio, Finnish Broadcasting Company) is Finland's national public service broadcasting company. What do we do and why?

Midsummer of all time!

Hulahula Suomi was the biggest production ever in Finland.

This year Yle organized the biggest midsummer party ever seen in Finland. Hulahula Suomi, the production that covered the whole country, was part of the Suomi 100/Finland 100 -celebration.


Gunilla Ohls: Yle adapts to fast changing media-usage

Our children, the next generation, are the drivers of change

Media consumption has quickly become mobile. Your personal mobile device feeds you with a constant stream of stimuli – more than you could possibly ever delve into. In Finland four out of five consumers have unlimited data plans in their mobile subscriptions, which encourages video content consumption.

Yle in English

Yle Brochure in English

The basic facts of Yle in a handy form

The basic facts of Yle in a handy form, in English.

Contact Us

Yle international contact information in one page.

Do you want more information about Yle? Read here whom to contact.

Yle's customer relationships

How did we react the audience on television and radio?

Yle reached every individual in Finland, with the Presidential Independence Day Reception and Rio Olympics attracting large audiences.

Yle brand, visual image and logos

Instructions for using the Yle brand and logos

Detailed instructions for using the Yle brand and logos. You may also download logos through the links.

Yle Archive Sales

Yle Archive Sales offers collection of Finnish content.

In need of Finnish content? Yle Archive Sales offers a collection of almost half a million TV programmes and films.


Annual reports

Yle publishes several reports yearly, where the company tells more about it's business during the year in question. In the report it reveals for instance more about Yles economic state, and how it uses the funds it's given by the finns, about it's meaning to the Finnish people and Yles position in the media field. It also accounts for how it's obligations by law have been fulfilled during the year in question.