Denmark's public broadcaster, Danmarks Radio (DR), operates two TV networks and national and regional radio stations. It is funded by a licence fee.
TV2, a government-owned commercial broadcaster, operates regional outlets and an internet-based on-demand service. Private stations broadcast via satellite and cable.
There are some 250 local commercial and community radio stations, as well as national and semi-national commercial networks.
Freedom of expression is provided for in law. The principle was cited by the Jyllands-Posten daily amid a backlash by some Muslims in 2006 over its publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. The images sparked violent protests in some countries.
There were nearly 5 million internet users by June 2012 (Internetworldstats.com).
- Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten - daily, English-language pages
- Berlingske Tidende - daily
- Politiken - daily, English-language pages
- Ekstra Bladet - daily
- Dagbladet Information - daily
- BT - daily
- The Copenhagen Post - weekly, English-language
- DR TV - public, operates DR1 and DR2
- TV2 - state-owned, national
- TV3 - private, satellite/cable
- Kanal 4 - private, satellite/cable
- DR Radio - public, operates P1, P2, P3, P4 national networks
- Radio 100 FM - commercial
- Nova FM Nova FM - commercial
- Ritzau - private