Print advertising in Denmark is a tried and tested method for brand exposure that remains effective in a sound media mix today.
It’s a combination of high distribution across Denmark and reader’s continued preference for the tangibility that print advertising offers makes it an essential part of any media strategy.
Berlingske is a bourgeois news media for modern men and women, aged 35 to 64 and resident in Greater Copenhagen.
Borsen is Denmark’s leading business newspaper and its sets the agenda for the entire business community
BT offers general news about various subjects such as sports, politics and current affairs.
Denmark’s biggest nationwide newspaper, they offer high quality journalism on paper and digitally.
Lokalavisen is a free local newspaper, delivering local news and entertainment.
Politiken is Denmark’s leading paid newspaper covering finance, culture, consumerism, food and housing
Denmark’s leading source for news in English. In addition to publishing the only regularly printed English-language newspaper in Denmark, also provide constantly updated on-line news.
The Weekend Newspaper (in English) is a weekend newspaper and regards itself as the oldest newspaper in the world.