We've provided Denmark's top online news outlets and top print/digital usage (magazine/newspapers) in rows 54-86 of the "Media Habits" tab of the attached spreadsheet. Find a summary of our findings below.
- The top five print/digital newspapers in Denmark are B.T. with 655,000 weekly readers, Politiken with 556,000 weekly readers, Jyllands-Posten with 412,000 weekly readers, Berlingske with 334,000 weekly readers, and Ekstra Bladet with 287,000 weekly readers.
- While all the top Danish newspapers listed above are available in print and digital, it was determined that 84% of its readers prefer to use the digital version.
- The top ten online news outlets in Denmark are MX Metroxpress, Information, Lokalavisen.dk, Fyens.dk, Avisen.dk, SN.dk, JydskeVestkysten.dk, Nordjyske.dk, Den Jorte Avis, Kristeligt Dagblad, Nyheds-Index.
- SE og HØR is the most read print and digital magazine for celebrity gossip in Denmark.
- Femina and ALT for Damerne are the leading print and digital magazines for women in Denmark.
- Aktuel Naturvidenskab and Bionyt are the most popular print and digital science magazines in Denmark.
- Eurowoman is the leading print and digital fashion magazine in Denmark.
To determine the top online news outlets and top print/digital usage (magazine/newspapers), we defined "top" as the largest, highest-rated, most popular, well-known, in their field. We used pre-compiled lists for each category and selected the top from the ones repeated most often across all sources, as the most popular, and the largest ones.
For the top online news outlets, we focused on the ones that were mainly online sources and left the newspapers that were print/digital (although they were part of the most popular online sources) for the top print/digital usage category. Additionally, for the top print/digital usage (magazines/newspapers) we provided half newspapers and half magazines. As part of the information was found on a Statista graph, we included a screenshot of the graph in a document for easier access.