Heijō Shinbunsha (平壤新聞社; fl. c. 1909 – 1912) was a news agency based in Pyongyang (Heijō) in the Japanese colonial era. Following the Gabo Reforms in 1894 and increasing Japanese immigration to and influence over Korea, many newspapers were founded in quick succession. Many of these folded or were merged into larger companies within a few years, including Heijō Shinbunsha, which merged with the Heijō Nichi Nichi Shimbun (平壤日日新聞) and Heijō Nippō (平壤日報) in 1912.

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