Berlingske

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RIGHT-CENTER BIAS

These media sources are slightly to moderately conservative in bias. They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor conservative causes. These sources are generally trustworthy for information, but may require further investigation. See all Right-Center sources.

  • Overall, we rate Berlingske Right-Center Biased based on editorial positions that moderately favor the right. We also rate them Mostly Factual in reporting, rather than High, due to the occasional use of poor sources and sensationalized headlines.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: MOSTLY FACTUAL
Country: Denmark
World Press Freedom Rank: Denmark 5/180

History

Founded in 1749 by Ernst Henrich Berling, Berlingske, formerly known as Berlingske Tidende, is a Danish tabloid newspaper, which is published by Berlingske Media A/S. Berlingske is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The paper focuses on news, opinion, entertainment and business news. Currently, the editor-in-chief is Tom Jensen and Anders Krab-Johansen is the CEO and publisher of Berlingske Media, which also owns B.T. Denmark

Funded by / Ownership

Berlingske is published by Berlingske Media A/S, which is owned by Belgian publishing company DPG Media. Revenue is derived through advertising and subscriptions.

Analysis / Bias

The current Prime Minister and leader of the Social Democrats is Mette Frederiksen. They are considered Center-Left, as they are left on economics, whereas skeptical of globalization, neoliberalism and immigration.

In review, Berlingske often covers news on culture, art and society with sensational headlines and extensive use of images: “When the mother returned, her daughter said just one phrase: “I hate you”.  Berlingske also publishes political articles with emotionally loaded language, for example, when covering the recent British elections they use favorable emotionally loaded headlines for conservative Boris Johnson, such as this:  “The Boris Johnson Rule: Business can learn one thing from his big election victory.” They also publish articles critical of the Center-Right Venstre, Danmarks Liberale Parti leader Jakob Ellemann-Jensen such as: “Following the Armed Forces scandal: Ellemann’s proposal is called “utterly hopeless to implement.” On the issues they frequently publish anti-immigration and anti-Muslim articles such as “Ruud Koopmans has been researching integration for more than 20 years – and he cannot point to a single Western country that is successful in integrating Muslims.”

When it comes to sourcing, Berlingske often hyperlinks to themselves as well as local sources such as euvsdisinfo.eu and the Danish News Agency Ritzau. They also link to credible news sources such as BBC and Reuters. When covering world news pertaining to the USA, they cover the Trump administration with a favorable tone such as in this article: “The crucial blow to the war against Trump.”

A factual search reveals they have not failed a fact check.

Overall, we rate Berlingske Right-Center Biased based on editorial positions that moderately favor the right. We also rate them Mostly Factual in reporting, rather than High, due to the occasional use of poor sources and sensationalized headlines. (M. Huitsing 12/20/2019)

Source: https://www.berlingske.dk/

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