Danish Media Archive​

The media archive - a small piece of Danish history

Who said what and when? Infomedia’s media archive gives you the answers. Subscribe and get access to search in millions of articles from Danish print and digital news media.

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Search Denmark's largest media archive

Infomedia’s media archive is Denmark’s largest media archive with articles dating back to 1990.

2500+ sources
Every day, Infomedia’s media archive retrieves content from more than 2,500 sources distributed on both web and print media.

75+ mio. Articles
The media archive currently contains more than 75 million articles from nationwide, local and niche media – printed and online.

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Research media mentions

Search among all nationwide dailies, regional and local dailies, local weeklies, trade journals and magazines, news agencies, web media and radio and television broadcasts.

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Get an overview of everything from business to political or cultural topics. Search various time intervals, topics, source groups and media.

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For example, find new leads to search for new offices that have been opened near your company, or new employees within the industry you trade with.

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Get an overview of what has been previously written about topics that are relevant to you and get inspiration for new media that will be relevant to your PR stories.

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