Fjuken

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Fjuken
Type Weekly newspaper
Publisher Skjåk Mediautvikling AS
Headquarters Skjåk
Circulation 4,109 (2006)
Website www.fjuken.no

Fjuken is a weekly local newspaper published in Skjåk, Norway. It serves for Skjåk, Lom and Vågå.

History and profile[edit]

Fjuken was founded in 1989.[1] The founders were initially community members.[1] The paper is published by the company Skjåk Mediautvikling AS, which in turn has the following owners:

  • Lom og Skjåk Sparebank 21.5%
  • Fjordingen AS 21.3%
  • Polaris Media[1] 18.7%
  • other 38.5%

The paper had the 2006 circulation of 4,109, copies of which 3,895 were subscribers.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Sue Robinson (14 April 2016). Community Journalism Midst Media Revolution. Routledge. p. 42. ISBN 978-1-317-60875-2. Retrieved 4 February 2017. 
  2. ^ Circulation of local newspapers in Norway, 2006 (Landslaget for Lokalaviser). Retrieved 30 January 2008.

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