If I watch Tv wich is rare, I prefer NRK( Norwegian-broadcasting ) for my news. Its commercial free and
the news is more serious than its commercials counterparts. It is offcourse biased in favor of the center-left, but most new organisations in Norway are centrist, with a tilt to either the left or right.
When it comes to news papers I prefer 3 papers, Morgenbladet( more academic and have both rightwing and leftist writers ), Dagsavisen( center-left ) and Klassekampen( left ). I like them not only for their left tilt( the last two ), but because they are the only papers that invites people from both side of the isle to discuss their ideology and debate.
The more mainstream papers are more interrested in crime cases, low-carb diets and other brain dead stuff.
My Web sources are mostly this forum and whatever sources are posted here and I feel this serves as my counter-balance since most americans( both liberal and conservative ) is far to the right of me and most Norwegians.
Klassekampen = The Class struggle in english. ( is a leftist news paper that originated as the party paper for the marxist-leninist party “The workers-communist party( Akp ML )” from the late 60
s to early 2000s, today it is indipendent from a party, but are wiewed as the unofficial paper for the Red Party( rather new party formed by former members of Akp, trotskyites, “anarchists”, Left-socialists etc ) )
Dagsavisen = The Daily Paper. ( Is the old Labour party`s paper, but are today a indipendent paper, but are biased in favor of The labour party and Socialist-left-party )
MorgenBladet = The Morning paper. ( Is the old Conservative weekly issued paper, but are today non-affiliated
to any party officially or unofficaly and are more a academically and intellectual paper for both academic minded leftists and rightwingers. )