Tiden is the Norwegian word for "the time". It may refer to:
Tiden, et offentlig Blad af blandet Indhold was a royalist and secessionist newspaper in 19th-century Norway. The first issue was published on 28 January 1808 in Christiania ; the founding editor was Niels Wulfsberg. Its predecessor was Efterretninger og Opmuntringer angaaende de nærværende Krigsbegivenheder, a military periodical which was published in 43 issues in the autumn of 1807. Great Britain's blockade of Norway during the Napoleonic Wars prevented Copenhagen newspapers from being imported to Christiania; Wulfsberg started both newspapers to fill the resulting lack of information.
Drammens Tidende is a Norwegian Bokmål language newspaper published in Drammen, Norway.
Tiden Norsk Forlag is a Norwegian publishing company owned by Gyldendal Norsk Forlag. It publishes fiction and general literature.
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Tidens Krav (TK) is a local newspaper published in Kristiansund, Norway. It was founded in 1906, is published Monday through Saturday, and reports news from Nordmøre. The newspaper owns local television station TV Nordvest.
Fredriksstad Blad is the biggest local daily newspaper in Fredrikstad, Norway.
Nils Hønsvald was a Norwegian newspaper editor and politician for the Labour Party. He was one of the leading figures in Norwegian politics from 1945 to 1969. He served as President of the Nordic Council in 1958 and 1963.
Asbjørn Reidar Jordahl is a Norwegian journalist and a politician for the Labour Party. Jordahl worked for the newspaper Tidens Krav in Kristiansund from 1959 to 1967. He represented Møre og Romsdal in the Norwegian Parliament 1977–81, and served as Minister of Transport and Communications 1978-1979. In 1981 he became editor-in-chief of Tidens Krav.
Østlandets Blad is a regional newspaper published in Ski, Norway.
Romerikes Blad is a local newspaper published in Skedsmo, Norway. It covers the Romerike district.
Budstikka, prior to 2004 known as Asker og Bærum Budstikke, is a daily local newspaper published out of Billingstad in Asker, Norway. It covers the municipalities of Asker and Bærum, and is the only newspaper issued in the area.
Moss Avis is a local newspaper in Moss, Norway. Having a rivalry with Moss Dagblad, it is published six days a week. The chief editor is Pål Enghaug.
Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad is a local newspaper in Sarpsborg, Norway. It is published six days a week. The chief editor is Bernt Frode Lyngstad.
Christian Holtermann Knudsen was a Norwegian typographer, newspaper editor, publisher, trade unionist and politician for the Norwegian Labour Party. He is known as chairman of his party in three non-consecutive periods, and also founded what would become the main party newspaper. He served three terms in the Norwegian Parliament.
Folkets Framtid was a Norwegian newspaper. It was the official party organ of the Christian Democratic Party.
Lokalposten was a local newspaper published in Rakkestad, Norway.
Halden Arbeiderblad is a Norwegian language local newspaper published in Halden, Norway.
Verdens Gang is a former Norwegian newspaper, issued in Oslo from 1868 to 1923.
Ola Thommessen was a Norwegian newspaper editor. He was the long-time editor of Verdens Gang and Tidens Tegn.
Sverre Mitsem (1907–2004) was a Norwegian journalist, newspaper editor and article writer. He is known as editor-in-chief of Tønsbergs Blad from 1954 to 1977 and for the column "SORRY" in Aftenposten, which he wrote from 1946 to 1996.
Tidens Tegn is a former Norwegian newspaper, issued in Oslo from 1910 to 1941.
Rolf Thommessen was a Norwegian journalist, newspaper editor and politician. He edited the newspaper Tidens Tegn from 1917 to 1938. He was a member of the Parliament of Norway from 1928 to 1930, representing the Liberal Left Party.
Niels Wulfsberg was a Norwegian priest, newspaper editor and publisher. Born in Tønsberg, the son of a bailiff, he gained little respect as a priest in Christiania, owing to his libidinous lifestyle. He became known as the founding editor of the Morgenbladet and Tiden newspapers, in which he espoused a monarchistic and secessionist stance.