Dag og Tid

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Dag og Tid
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Riksfondet for nynorsk presse (11.4%)
Sveinung Lindaas (2.69%)
Svein Gjerdåker (2.28%)
Øystein Nordang (2.24%)
Det norske samlaget (2.17%)
Noregs Mållag (2.03%)
Guri Vesaas (1.17%)
Various (68.82%)[1]
Editor Svein Gjerdåker
Founded 1962
Political alignment Non-partisan[citation needed]
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Circulation 10,948
Website www.dagogtid.no

Dag og Tid (English: Day and Time) is a national weekly newspaper in Norway that uses the Nynorsk standard of the Norwegian language.[2]

Dag og Tid was founded in 1962. Contrary to most other Norwegian newspapers, its circulation has recently increased significantly, nearly doubling over the last two decades.

History and profile[edit]

Dag og Tid was founded in 1962.[3] The paper is published weekly.[2] Its headquarters is located in Oslo.[3]

Dag og Tid is politically independent but editorially radical. It focuses on culture and politics.[4] It is owned by various persons and groups.[5] The current editor is Svein Gjerdåker.

In the 2010s, Dag og Tid was one of few Norwegian print newspapers with a substantial increase of readers. Its circulation in 2015 was 10,948,[6] up from 7,228 copies in 2008.[5]

Circulation[edit]

Numbers from the Norwegian Media Businesses' Association, Mediebedriftenes Landsforening.

Circulation 1993 - 2015
  • 1993: 6263
  • 1994: 5886
  • 1995: 6011
  • 1996: 6375
  • 1997: 6728
  • 1998: 6766
  • 1999: 6319
  • 2000: 6318
  • 2001: 6671
  • 2002: 6519
  • 2003: 6982
  • 2004: 7029
  • 2005: 7054
  • 2006: 7206
  • 2007: 7228
  • 2008: 7223
  • 2009: 7531
  • 2010: 8338
  • 2011: 8729
  • 2012: 9132
  • 2013: 9582
  • 2014: 10764
  • 2015: 10914

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Proff
  2. ^ a b Gisle Andersen (2012). Exploring Newspaper Language: Using the Web to Create and Investigate a Large Corpus of Modern Norwegian. John Benjamins Publishing. p. 5. ISBN 90-272-0354-7. Retrieved 8 February 2015. 
  3. ^ a b Domhnall Mitchell; Maria Stuart (27 October 2011). The International Reception of Emily Dickinson. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 103. ISBN 978-1-4411-3898-9. Retrieved 8 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Dag og Tid". Aschehoug og Gyldendals Store norske leksikon. Kunnskapsforlaget. 2007.  Retrieved 31 October 2008.
  5. ^ a b Dag og Tid. Norwegian Media Registry. Retrieved 31 October 2008.
  6. ^ Fakta1 Opplagstall

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