The Economist read by almost 20,000 in Denmark

According to folks at the magazine’s advertising department, The Economist has a circulation of 4,093 in Denmark. The European average is 4.5 readers per copy, for an estimated readership in Denmark of 18,418.5 readers. (I should probably round that number.)

Not sure why you needed to know that, but I think it’s interesting to see what the market for high-quality English language journalism is in this country. (Føhns reminds me that I forgot to ask about readers on the web.)

In comparison, Weekendavisen had a circulation of 61,375, and Berlingske Nyhedsmagasin 14,094 in the first half of 2005, according to Dansk Oplagskontrol. No numbers on their readership.



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