History and profile
Romsdals Budstikke was established in 1843. Politically the paper is liberal and used to be a newspaper for the Liberal Party, but has been independent since 1973. The coverage area includes Molde, Rauma, Vestnes, Midsund, Aukra, Sandøy, Nesset, Eide, Gjemnes, and Fræna.
In 2013 Romsdals Budstikke was named as the Newspaper of the Year in Norway.
- Romsdals Budstikke Store Norske Leksikon, Retrieved 30 March, 2013 (Norwegian)
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- "Newspaper circulation 2013". Media Norway. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
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