Haugesunds Avis

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Haugesunds Avis
Type daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Edda Media
Editor-in-chief Bård Borch Michalsen
Language Norwegian
HeadquartersKarmsundgata, Haugesund
Circulation 29,907 (2009)
Website http://www.h-avis.no

Haugesunds Avis is a daily newspaper published in Haugesund, Norway, but with branches in Bømlo, Kopervik, Odda, Sauda and Stord.

Founded in 1895, it is today owned by the investment group Mecom Group, and is as such part of the media group Edda Media. In 2006, Haugesunds Avis had a circulation of 33,448. [1] As of 2012, the executive editor is Bård Borch Michalsen. [2] The newspaper owns the local radio channel Radio 102.

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  1. "Avisenes nettoopplag 2006" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Mediebedriftenes Landsforening. 2007. Retrieved 30 January 2008.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[ permanent dead link ]
  2. "Har inntatt redaktørstolen" (in Norwegian). Haugesunds Avis. 2012.