Last updated
Format Tabloid and online
Owner(s) Polaris Media
Language Norwegian
City Melhus
Circulation 5,116(as of 2013)

Trønderbladet is a local online and print newspaper published in Melhus, Norway. It covers the municipalities of Melhus, Skaun, Midtre Gauldal, Klæbu and the Gaulosen area of Trondheim. Published in tabloid format, the newspaper had a circulation of 5,116 in 2013. The newspaper is owned by Polaris Media. It has three weekly issues, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. [1] [2] The newspaper was founded in 1979.

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  1. "Trønderbladet" (in Norwegian). Norwegian Media Authority . Retrieved 20 November 2014.
  2. "Avis 2013" (XLSX) (in Norwegian). Norwegian Media Businesses' Association . Retrieved 20 November 2014.