Østlands-Posten

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Østlands-Posten
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) A-pressen
Editor Terje Svendsen
Founded 1881
Political alignment Liberal Party of Norway (1881-1972)
Independent (from 1972)
Headquarters Fritzøe Brygge
Circulation 14284[1]
Website www.op.no

Østlands-Posten is a local newspaper published in Larvik, Norway. It covers Larvik and Lardal. It was established in 1881.[2]

It has a circulation of 14,284, of whom 13,888 are subscribers.[1]

1896-1995 Østlands-Posten was owned by the Næss family. It is now published by the company A-pressen Lokale Medier AS, which in turn is owned 100% by A-pressen.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Avsisenes nettooopplag 2006" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Mediebedriftenes Landsforening. 2007. Retrieved 31 January 2008. 
  2. ^ Bastiansen, Henrik G.; Hans Fredrik Dahl (2003). Norsk mediehistorie. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. p. 216. ISBN 82-15-00325-7. 

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