Dagbladet is one of Norway's largest tabloids and has 1,400,000 daily readers on mobile, web and paper. The paper edition had a circulation of 46,250 copies in 2016, down from a peak of 228,834 in 1994. The editor in chief is Alexandra Beverfjord.
Aftenposten is the largest printed newspaper in Norway in terms of circulation. It is headquartered in Oslo. In 2015, it sold 211,769 copies and had an estimated 1.2 million readers. In March 2005, it switched from broadsheet to compact format. The online edition of Aftenposten is available at Aftenposten.no.
Verdens Gang, commonly abbreviated as VG, is a Norwegian tabloid newspaper. The circulation number in 2016 was 93,883, a decrease from a peak of 390,510 in 2002. Despite this, VG is Norway's most widely read online newspaper, with over 2 million daily readers.
Dagens Nringsliv, abbreviated as DN, is a Norwegian daily that focuses on business news. As of 2015, it was Norway's third-largest newspaper. Since 2000, Amund Djuve has served as the paper's editor-in-chief.
Adresseavisen is a daily regional newspaper published in Trondheim, Norway, except on Sundays. The paper has been in print since 1767 and is one of the oldest newspapers in the world, second only to Norske Intelligenz-Seddeler, which was founded in 1763.
Bergens Tidende is Norway's fifth-biggest newspaper and the largest outside of Oslo. Bergens Tidende is owned by the public firm Schibsted ASA, with Norwegians owning only 42 percent of Schibsted at the end of 2015.
Stavanger Aftenblad (OSE: STA) (lit. Stavanger Evening Paper) or simply Aftenbladet is a daily newspaper published in Stavanger, Norway, owned by Schibsted Media Group. At the end of 2015, Norwegian shareholders owned 42 percent of Schibsted. As a result, the bulk of Stavanger Aftenblad's ownership is foreign.
Klassekampen is a Norwegian daily newspaper. It was founded and originally owned by the Workers' Communist Party. Traditionally it had a Maoist political platform, but it has later styled itself as "the daily newspaper of the left". Its circulation is 32,000.
Agderposten is a Norwegian daily newspaper published in Arendal. Jens Svendsen, a teacher, launched Agderposten and published it for the first time on July 1, 1874. Until 1919, Svendsen was the owner and editor-in-chief. Jens Svendsen Jr., his son, was a co-editor for a few years. Jens Vevstad was the editor from 1919 to 1928, Magne Torsvik was the editor from 1928 to 1936, and Robert Knudsen was the editor after that.
iTroms (previously Bladet Troms) is a daily newspaper published in Troms, Norway, except on Sunday. Bladet Troms debuted on January 24, 1898, with Erling Gjems as the first editor-in-chief. In the post, he was followed by Erling Steinb.