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Tidens Krav (TK) 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 owns the local television station TV Nordvest.
Fun fact: The name "Tidens Krav" means "The Time's Demand's" in English.
Circulation numbers verified by the Norwegian Media Businesses' Association:
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