Daily newspaper

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. Alongside Berlingske, Berlingske Media also owns BT, Weekendavisen, the free newspaper Metroxpress and the radio station Radio24syv. The chairman of the board since 2018 is the former minister Connie Hedegaard of the Conservatives. In February 2018, sweeping changes were announced for the Berlingske group's titles, with the core brand shifting to digital with even more audio and video content. The layout of the print newspapers will be outsourced to a company called 'Wunderkind'.

Political orientation Liberal-conservative
Circulation 184,000 (2017)
Frequency of publication Daily
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Copenhagen, Denmark
Publisher Berlingske Media
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1749
Address Pilestræde 34, 1147 Kopenhagen
Phone 0045 33 75 75 75
Twitter @berlingske