with the name Kiøbenhavnske Danish Post-Gazettes
Berlingske, - Berlingske Tidende, a Danish newspaper, founded by hofbogtrykker Ernst Henrich BerlingThe newspaper was published initially twice a week on English and with parallel versions in French and German, and forward respectively. It quickly became the country's leader with its many news and ads, and it also had royal permission (privilege) to bring udlandsnyt. In addition, the newspaper privilege as liable kundgørelsesblad of Zealand, ie. that citizens had an obligation to place legal notices such as estates and auctions in the.
After the founder's death in continued the company in family ownership, - as Brothers.
In changed the newspaper's name to the Danish official Gazette and at the same time a regeringsudnævnt co-publisher and editor.
Up to was the newspaper thus completely subject to government control and stiffened editorial circulation declined from in to in.
In changed the name to Berlingske Political and Sketches, and the newspaper appeared now all working days. In got the new editor Mendel Levin Nathanson, created oplagsfremgang through the editorial renewal by betting on a diversified news coverage. From - and again from was published the magazine in two daily editions on weekdays with ads in morgenudgaven and the editorial reading in aftenudgaven (see Berlingske Aftenavis).
the newspaper was again the country's largest newspaper with a circulation of.
Policy was influenced by its close relationship to the government and up to the conservative, the next decade moderate nationalliberal and then the body of the party Right.
It was, however, without the profile in opinionsdannelsen. From the 'ies stagnated magazine editorial and oplagsmæssigt, but was still leading on the annoncemarkedet. In omdannedes company In the S Berlingske Tidende, owned by the family. In lapsed kundgørelsesprivilegiet and thus the binding to the government, after which the magazine became independent conservative. The style, however, was old-fashioned and the magazine journalistic weakened. A new leadership of editor-in-chief Christian Gulmann in the tip is converted from the magazine with a greatly expanded editorial board, modern printing technique and salgsapparat. Aftenudgaven was editorially independent and transformed into a cultural kvalitetsavis. With morgenudgaven, who also appeared on Sunday, created a fully modern omnibusavis with versatile and comprehensive news coverage, as well as many ads. Morgenoplaget rose rapidly, from.
four hundred in to.
The growth continued the next year, despite pressure from the Danish newspaper Politiken and The Ferslewske Leaves, and after a certain stagnation around the newspaper was - the country's oplagsmæssigt largest, but was then overtaken by the house's own middagsavis B. In the name changed to the newspaper Berlingske Tidende. Until had Berlingske Tidende acquired in the metropolitan area, but lost the anyway importance as the opinionsorgan and the kulturforum. went from this down partly oprustede Politiken effective, partly blocked the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten prosperity in western Denmark for the push here, and finally failed so far to ensure advertising.
In, the Berlingske Aftenavis after several years of deficit requested by the newspaper (continued as Weekendavisen).
But despite the many ads and a nice income from the B.
left the huge labor costs is only a modest surplus.
From was published the magazine four times per week
A radical sparerunde triggered in, and forty-one two month's strejkelukning ('days').
It failed to achieve financial balance, but - years of sustained business interruption, losses, and loss of both ads and circulation.
Hverdagsoplaget fell - from.
Despite the capital from the outside was the economy is disastrous, and its existence threatened.
In, the company was reorganized with the formation of The London Company A's, who owned the papers through The Berlingske Officin. At the same time, the group infused capital from a number of major business enterprises. From, the papers have been published by The Berlingske Newspaper (A S. the Group also includes the bl. billedbureauet Scanpix (created as the Nordic press photo). After the reorganization oprustede Berlingske Tidende editorial, bl. with the expansion of erhvervsstoffet, and fortified once again its position as the sober bourgeois newspaper with comprehensive news coverage and multi-faceted orientation. The circulation increased in the several years since then, and in the beginning of the s was the magazine after the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and Politiken, the country's third largest morning newspaper with a hverdagsoplag at. and a søndagsoplag on. In, set the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller A. Møller group's stake in ejerselskabet det Berlingske Officin for sale after a series of articles that was critical of the father's dispositions during the occupation (see DISA) at the same time, Carlsberg and The Danish Bank of their shares for sale. The buyer was the Norwegian Orkla-group (see Berlingske Media). In line with the development of the paid daily newspapers circulation has fallen somewhat since the late s, a development that was further reinforced by the emergence in of gratisomdelte daily newspapers (see newspapers), where the Berlingske House even went on the market in with the Urban. Urban existed until.
In - had Urban also built a versatile internet newspaper with a extensive service for subscribers.
In January changed Berlingske Tidende name to Berlingske. The name change occurred as part of a larger transformation of the newspaper's structure and content.