Tidens Krav

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TypeDaily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) AS Tidens Krav
Founded1906
Political alignmentLocal
LanguageNorwegian
Headquarters Kristiansund, Norway
Website www.tk.no

Tidens Krav (TK) English: The Time's Demands is a local newspaper published in Kristiansund, Norway. It was founded in 1906, is published Tuesday through Saturday, and reports news from Nordmøre.

The newspaper owned the local television station TKTV (previously TV Nordvest), before it was discontinued in November 2018. [1]

Circulation

Circulation numbers verified by the Norwegian Media Businesses' Association: [2]

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References

  1. Brevik, Hilde-Christine (30 October 2015). "Siste sending for TKTV" [TKTV's last broadcast]. Tidens Krav (in Norwegian Bokmål). Archived from the original on 31 October 2015.
  2. Circulation numbers from the web site of the Norwegian Media Businesses' Association Archived 2012-02-25 at the Wayback Machine