XIT is an Åland free newspaper that has a monthly circulation of 20000-30
000 copies and is published 12 times a year. The magazine focuses
primarily on entertainment news, and distributed to all households and on Åland
many of the ferries stop in the Åland.
Editor in chief is Zandra Lundberg.
She now works at the Aftonbladet newspaper.
I pity you non Swedes that will never know that the Swedish dialect spoken in Finland kicks ass and sends tingles down your spine (Finland and Sweden has three languages in common, Finnish, Swedish and Sami. It´s mainly a question of who speaks what when they are how drunk).
The Åland Islands (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈoːland], Finnish: Ahvenanmaa) form an archipelago in the Baltic Sea. They are situated at the entrance to the Gulf of Bothnia and form an autonomous, demilitarised, monolingually Swedish-speaking region of Finland. The islands collectively constitute the smallest region of Finland, with only 0.49% of its land area, and 0.50% of its population.