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Berlingske, which was called Berlingske Tidende until 2011, is one of the oldest newspapers still in circulation in Denmark. It was founded in Copenhagen by Ernst Heinrich Berling on 3 January 1749 under the name Kjøbenhavnske Danske Post-Tidender. Berlingske is now published by the Danish company Berlingske Media, which was acquired by Belgian media group De Persgroep in 2014.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal-conservative
Circulation: 76,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Daily
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Publisher: Berlingske Media
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1749

Pilestræde 34, 1147 Kopenhagen
Phone: 0045 33 75 75 75
Twitter: @berlingske

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1.  Berlingske - Denmark | 05/01/2016

Museums should not whitewash history

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has renamed works of art whose titles contained terms like "negro", "dwarf" and "Indian". The centre-right daily Berlingske warns against misrepresenting ... » more

2.  Berlingske - Denmark | 06/11/2015

Greenland's children are Denmark's responsibility

Greenland's Ombudsman for Children, Aviâja Egede Lynge, recently voiced grave concerns about the situation of minors on the island in a letter to its local ... » more

3.  Berlingske - Denmark | 29/04/2015

The fight against nuclear weapons must go on

The UN Conference on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons began on Monday. To date, five nuclear-weapon states are recognised, while four others are known or ... » more

4.  Berlingske - Denmark | 24/04/2015

Fight against Google and Gazprom justified

EU Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager is right to challenge the monopoly positions of Google and Gazprom in Europe, the conservative daily Berlingske applauds: "This ... » more

5.  Berlingske - Denmark | 28/01/2015

Include Danish imams in counter-terrororism

The Danish government on Tuesday passed a package of measures against extremism, also among Islamist youths. The conservative parties managed to push through that imams ... » more

6.  Berlingske - Denmark | 23/10/2014

Don't leave London alone with benefits tourists

British Prime Minister David Cameron has pledged to present a plan for slowing down the immigration of citizens from other EU states to Britain by ... » more

7.  Berlingske - Denmark | 14/05/2014

Brutal and sexist vote video exposes state stupidity

A video with which the Danish parliament had hoped to encourage young citizens to vote in the European elections was apparently too provocative. The "Voteman" ... » more

8.  Berlingske - Denmark | 05/07/2013

Morsi's ousting highlights West's dilemma

The toppling of President Morsi by the Egyptian military has contributed little to solving the problem and poses a dilemma for the West, the conservative ... » more

9.  Berlingske - Denmark | 26/11/2012

Denmark must rethink its prostitution policy

In Denmark the centre-left government decided on Sunday not to criminalise clients for paying for sex, in opposition to the coalition agreement. A reasonable if ... » more

10.  Berlingske - Denmark | 12/03/2012

Unsympathetic Danes should improve manners

The mobile phone company Call Me is currently advertising its services across Denmark with the slogan "Talk properly - it's for free". The conservative daily ... » more


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