The Copenhagen Post

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The Copenhagen Post
TypeWeekly newspaper
PublisherEjvind Sandal
EditorBen Hamilton
FoundedNovember 1997
Political alignmentNeutral
HeadquartersCopenhagen, Denmark

The Copenhagen Post,[1] also stylized CPH Post, is a weekly newspaper providing Danish news in English both nationally and internationally; it is the only English-language newspaper published in Denmark.

History and profile[edit]

Although founded by San Shepherd in 1997,[2] the first printed edition of The Copenhagen Post shipped in February 1998. Since the year 2000, The Copenhagen Post has been published by Ejvind Sandal. In 2002, Jesper Nymark stepped in as CEO. Hans Hermansen is the current CEO as of 2018.[3]

As of 2018, the current editor-in-chief is Ben Hamilton.[3]


The Copenhagen Post has been engaged in editorial cooperations with national news service Ritzaus Bureau and daily newspaper Jyllands-Posten, as well as supplying daily news in English to the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Commission, and Jyllands-Posten.

Content typically includes politics, business, education, finance, and general news. Each week the paper includes a comprehensive In & Out entertainment guide founded in May 1998 by Thomas Dalvang Fleurquin (Guide Editor 1998–2008).

In addition to the weekly newspaper that can be subscribed to, The Copenhagen Post can be bought at newsstands and found for free at certain locations such as the Copenhagen Airport. Hardcopy subscribers can also download a password secured PDF copy of the newspaper from the website.


  1. ^ "About Us". Retrieved 2018-10-20.
  2. ^ "The Copenhagen Post". Expat Guide. Retrieved 24 January 2014.[dead link]
  3. ^ a b "Our Employees". Retrieved 2018-10-20.

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