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Logo Berlingske Tidende.png
description Danish daily newspaper
language Danish
publishing company Berlingske Media
First edition January 3, 1749
Frequency of publication Every day
Sold edition 100,800 copies
(1st half of 2011)
Editor-in-chief Tom Jensen
Web link
Page 1 of the first edition of January 3, 1749

The Berlingske is the oldest still appearing Danish newspaper . It was founded by Ernst Heinrich Berling and was first published on January 3, 1749 in Copenhagen under the title Kjøbenhavnske Danske Post-Tidender . The newspaper belongs to the liberal-conservative spectrum and belongs to the Danish media company Berlingske Media , which has belonged to the Mecom Group since 2006 before it was acquired by the Belgian media group De Persgroep in 2014.

In its history the newspaper has been renamed several times: 1808 in Danske Statstidende , 1833 in Berlingske Politiske og Avertissementstidende , 1936 in Berlingske Tidende and since January 26th 2011 it appears under the name Berlingske .

While the newspaper had a daily circulation of 190,000 in 1948 (Sunday edition: 226,000), its number had fallen to around 100,000 by 2011. That corresponded to the second highest circulation of all daily newspapers in Denmark after Jyllands-Posten .

For Berlingske, two photographers have already won the press photo of the year election with their works :

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Control speech oplagstal 1st halvår 2011 ( Memento from February 25, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) Danske Dagblades Forening, November 22, 2011, accessed on February 5, 2014
  2. Berlingske Media: Berlingske ( Memento from December 1, 2011 in the Internet Archive ), accessed on August 28, 2011 (Danish)
  3. 'Belgian media group buys Berlingske Media' (Danish), 30 June 2014
  4. a b Den Store Danske : Berlingske Tidende , accessed on August 28, 2011 (Danish)
  5. Jens Jørgen Madsen: Berlingske Tidende får nyt navn In of January 3, 2011, accessed on August 28, 2011 (Danish)
  6. World Press Photo of the Year: 1999
  7. World Press Photo of the Year: 2001