Jyllands-Posten

Daily newspaper

http://www.jyllands-posten.dk

Jyllands-Posten was founded in 1871 for the Jutland region but quickly developed into a national paper. The JP/Politikens Hus media group, which also publishes the daily Politiken and the tabloid Ekstra Bladet, has been its publisher since 2003. Jyllands-Posten caused an international furore and sparked protests in 2005 by printing the Muhammad cartoons, which plunged Denmark into a foreign policy crisis. The paper still feels the repercussions of this controversy to this day. In early 2020, the paper drew the wrath of the Chinese government with an illustration of the coronavirus that graced the Chinese flag. Like all media in Denmark, JP increasingly puts its focus on digital offers - but, it claims, it has the same quality standards as in print. In 2020, for the first time, the salaries of the CEOs and the CEO of JP / Politikens Hus were published in detail. Their high amounts and raises excited the tempers, as they are far above the salaries of journalists.

Label
Political orientation Liberal-conservative
Circulation Die wöchentliche Leserzahl betrug 2019 412,000, ein Rückgang um 8,000 zu 2018.
Frequency of publication Daily
Visits 10.000.000 – 20.000.000
Online payment model Content partially fee-based
Location Viby J (Aarhus), Denmark
Publisher JP / Politikens Hus
Area of distribution Nationwide
Established 1871
Address Mediebyen 3, 8000 Aarhus
Phone 0045 87 38 38 38
Email jp@jp.dk
Twitter @jyllandsposten