The newspaper's main office in downtown Uddevalla
|Political alignment||Independent Liberal|
History and profileEdit
The newspaper was founded in 1878 by Ture Malmgren (1851-1922), a local publisher and politician. Bohusläningen considers itself Independent Liberal in regards to politics. Headquartered in Uddevalla, the paper has local editorial offices in Henån, Munkedal, Färgelanda, Tanumshede, Kungshamn and Lysekil.
The circulation of Bohusläningen was 27,800 copies in 2012 and 26,700 copies in 2013.
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