Introduction to Swedish News Media
Sweden is the country that is most popular for the Scandinavian media. The regional media is dominated by Bonnier and the Modern Times Group (MTG). Television media is the most common medium for the dissemination of news in Sweden, followed by radio and online media.
The Swedish government owns and operates the Public Sveriges Television’s (SVT), which has a privately owned competitor in TV4. Many of the households in Sweden have television sets with multiple news channels.
The Public Sveriges also operates a radio channel for the national as well as regional coverage of news. The privately owned radio channels only focus on the national coverage.
The newspapers and magazines owners get subsidies from the government irrespective of the political stance of the publication. No newspaper has reported to have any formal relation with a political party in the history of the national media.
The Swedish newspapers are often termed as independently liberal or conservative by the locals and media experts worldwide.
Talking about the freedom of the press in Sweden, the 2019 survey of the Reporters Without Borders put the country on the third position of the World Press Freedom Index. While Norway led the chart, Finland had secured the second position. Therefore, Sweden is one of the most secured countries for practicing journalists and media professionals.
The country boasts of a population that likes to read newspapers not only in its conventional form but in the digital format as well. According to the Internet World Stats, as much as 9.7 million of the Sweden’s population had access to the internet by June 2019. It is almost 97 percent of the total population of the country.
The newspapers, TV channels, radio networks and news websites use social media as well for the dissemination of the news. Among all the social media platforms, Facebook is by far the most popular medium in Sweden.
Swedish newspapers and websites’ list
Sweden has a vast network of newspapers, magazines and websites and here below we present you a list of them. With this list of prominent Swedish newspapers and other publications, we have tried to explain the origin, operations, status and relevance of these Swedish media houses.
Part 1: Newspapers and news websites
In the first part of the article, we will discuss about some of the most prominent Swedish newspapers, magazines and news websites.
Aftonbladet is a Swedish newspaper. Published in Stockholm, the daily was established by Lars Johan Hierta in December 1830. Lars Johan Hierta is regarded as a pioneer in Swedish journalism, Aftonbladet mentions on its website. Due to its critical approach, the newspaper repeatedly faced bans from being published.
Aftonbladet states its vision to be “Sweden’s most engaging news source that defends the truth, examines power and gives you influence through journalism”.
“Aftonbladet is 91 per cent owned by the Norwegian media group Schibsted and 9 per cent by the National Organization in Sweden, LO,” the website clearly states.
At present, in October 2020, while Lena K Samuelsson is the editor in chief, president and publisher, Karin Schmidt and Lotta Folcker are the editors. At the same time, Martin Schori and Patric Hamsch are the deputy editors.
Aftonbladet also has a news portal, which was founded on August 25, 1994. The digital version of the newspaper has categories such as News, Sports, Food, Culture, Family, Leader and Debate among others.
Aftonbladet is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news and updates. Aftonbladet also has its official app. It is available for both Android and iOS users.
Expressen is a Swedish daily national newspaper. Its first issue was published on November 16, 1944, with a mission “to counteract Nazi tendencies”. Owned by Bonnier AB, it is published in Stockholm.
The slogan of Expressen is “Stories that move readers”. Its symbol is wasp which symbolises “the buzz we create and our ability to sting when necessary as we call those in power to account,” it mentions on its website.
Expressen has regional editions in Stockholm, Malmoe (Kvällsposten) and Gothenburg (GT). It also publishes various weekly magazines. Expressen also has a news website with categories such as Sports, Culture, Debate and Climate among others.
At present in October 2020, while Anders Eriksson is the CEO, Klas Granström is the editor-in-chief and publisher. Its digital edition also includes live TV broadcasting. Expressen TV is an exclusive partner to CNN in Sweden.
Expressen boasts of being “awarded the international INMA prize 2012, 2013 and 2014”. Expressen mentions on its website that the political stance of its editorial page is liberal.
In case of any query, feedback or suggestion, one can contact the editor either at +46 8 738 30 00 or write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dagens Nyheter (DN)
Dagens Nyheter is a Swedish language evening daily newspaper in Sweden. Published in Stockholm, Dagens Nyheter is owned by Bonnier AB. The newspaper operates from “DN-skrapan” (DN skyscraper or Dagens Nyheter Tower) in Stockholm.
Founded by Rudolf Wall, its first issue was published on December 23, 1864. In the beginning, the daily was published in the morning. In 1874, Dagens Nyheter became a joint stock company. In 1890s, its founder Rudolf Wall quit the company.
Those interested can find the digital edition of Dagens Nyheter in the historical archive section of its website. One can read the newspaper published between 1864 and 1992. At present in October 2020, while its CEO is Anders Eriksson, its editor-in-chief is Peter Wolodarski.
Dagens Nyheter also has an online news portal. For the convenience of its readers, the stories have been segregated into sections such as Economy, Culture, Sports, Leader and Debate among others. There is also a separate section titled ‘Letter to the editor’.
Dagens Nyheter is available on social media platforms as well. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest news and updates. Dagens Nyheter also offers an e-DN app on which users can read newspapers digitally. It is available for both Android and iOS devices.
Svenska Dagbladet (SvD)
Svenska Dagbladet is a Swedish language daily newspaper in Sweden. Its first issue appeared on December 18, 1884. Svenska Dagbladet’s present owner Schibsted bought the newspaper in the late 1990s. Published in Stockholm, the daily changed its format to tabloid from broadsheet in November 2000.
The readers of Svenska Dagbladet are based in the capital city, however, it is distributed is most parts of Sweden. During the early 1900s, the newspaper was one of the right-wing publications in Stockholm.
Freedom Of Expression
“Svenska Dagbladet sees it as its special responsibility to protect the individual freedom of expression against interference from the state or party interests,” Svenska Dagbladet states on the website
Svenska Dagbladet also has on online news portal to complement its print version. For the ease of reading, the stories are segregated into several sections and sub-sections on the website. One can find categories such as News, Business, Culture, Leader and Debate among others. There are also sub-sections like Sweden, Sports, Literature, Music and many more.
Currently, in October 2020, Anna Careborg is the CEO, editor-in-chief as well as the publisher. She can be contacted at email@example.com. At the same time, Tove Lifvendahl is the political editor-in-chief and one can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Göteborgs-Posten is one of the popular Swedish language daily newspapers. Published in Gothenburg, its first issue appeared in 1813, however, its publication was ceased in 1822. In 1850, the newspaper appeared again.
Göteborgs-Posten is owned by Stampen AB, a subsidiary of Hjörne group. Christofer Ahlqvist is the publisher of the newspaper. The daily adapted the format of compact on October 5, 2004.
Göteborgs-Posten is mainly distributed in western Götaland. It claims to the largest newspaper of Gothenburg. According to the website of Göteborgs-Posten, it reaches to “6 out of 10 Gothenburgers every day in digital channels and in print”.
The inclination of its editorial page is liberal, which means center-right in Sweden.
Göteborgs-Posten also has a digital edition to complement its print version. For the convenience of its readers, the stories have been segregated into different sections such as News, Economy, Sports, Culture, Leader and Debate among others.
“GP’s news site, gp.se, focuses on news events in Gothenburg and western Sweden,” it states.
Göteborgs-Posten is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for all latest news and updates. In case of any query, suggestion or doubt, one can contact Göteborgs-Posten at 031-62 40 00.
Dagens Industri (DI)
Dagens industri (Di) is a financial newspaper published in Stockholm, Sweden. It claims to be “Nordic region’s largest business newspaper with 328,000 readers per day”. The Swedish-language daily follows the format of a tabloid.
The first issue of Dagens industri appeared in 1976. Currently, it is owned by Bonnier AB. Initially, its production was two issues a week, which increased to five per week in 1983 and later to six in 1990.
“With Sweden’s foremost financial journalists and analysts, Dagens industri delivers a working tool every day that is important for achieving success in business,” Dagens industri mentions on the website.
Dagens industri also has a news portal, which was launched in 1994. It claims to be the largest financial website “with approximately 700,000 unique visitors every week on desktop and just over 500,000 via mobile”.
For the convenience of its readers, the stories have been segregated into different sections such as Surveillance, Leader, In TV, Car, This Weekend and many more.
Dagens industri is available on social media platforms as well. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest news and updates. At present, in October 2020, Peter Fellman is the editor-in-chief of Dagens industri. He can be contacted at- 08-573 650 00.
Omni is a Stockholm, Sweden, based mobile news app and online magazine. It operates as a separate company under Schibsted Media Group. Founded by Markus Gustafsson and Ian Vännman, it was released for beta testing in public in March 2013. Later in November, in the same year, Omni was launched in a full-fledged manner.
Omni basically summarises reports and coverage done by different websites on the same news and event. Readers will find the links to the selected articles on particular news. It can be in Swedish, English and sometimes also in other languages.
Omni aims to provide different perspectives along with background information to the readers. It also attaches the links of government information or Wikipedia article for an in-depth read. One can download the app on both Android and iOS devices.
The stories on the website are segregated into different sections such as Domestic, Foreign, Economy, Policy, Opinion, Sports, Fun & Culture, Tech and many more.
It boasts of being the fifth largest news service in Sweden “with a total of half a million unique readers in the mobile phone every week”. Omni has also been awarded multiple times “including Europe’s best news service in the mobile phone and Sweden’s best news app – several years in a row”.
Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snällposten, which is known as Sydsvenskan, is a daily newspaper published in Scania, Sweden. The Swedish language newspaper was founded in 1870. After a year, Sydsvenskan merged with Snällposten, which began the publication in 1848.
Sydsvenskan mostly carries local news from southwest Scania alongside complete coverage of national, EU, and international news. With headquarters in Malmo, Sweden, its circulation is mostly in southern Scania.
Sydsvenskan is owned by Bonnier Group, which bought it in 1994. The daily was earlier printed in broadsheet format but it changed to compact in 2004. Sydsvenskan had a close association with the Rightist Party, which is now known as Moderate Party, until 1966.
At present, in October 2020, Jonas Kanje is the editor-in-chief of Sydsvenskan. As per information on Facebook, Anders Eriksson is the CEO.
Sydsvenskan also has a news portal to complement its print edition. For ease of reading, the website has different sections and sub-sections. It has categories such as Sports, Business, Culture and Opinion among others.
Sydsvenskan is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get the latest news and updates. By October 2020, Sydsvenskan had 92.1K followers on Twitter and a little over 83K on Facebook.
The Local is a Europe based multi-regional website in English. Besides Sweden, it has separate editions for France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Spain and Switzerland. Although the websites look similar, each edition has a separate editorial team.
The Local gives importance to domestic coverage. Its parent company is The Local Europe AB, which is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
Largest English News Network
“Our entertaining blend of daily news, business and features has made The Local the largest English-language news network in Europe with five million readers every month,” The Local states on the website.
Founded by Paul Rapacioli and James Savage, the first edition of The Local was for Sweden, launched in 2004. It began as a weekly email newsletter. Later in 2008, the German edition was launched, followed by the Swiss edition in 2011.
The offices in France, Spain and Italy were opened in 2013. At present, in October 2020, while James Savage is the CEO & publisher, Ben McPartland is the editor.
The Local is available on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. By October 2020, the Facebook page of The Local had 149,766 likes and 155,520 followers. At the same time, it had 53.6K followers on Twitter. One can also download the app of The Local. It is available on both Android and iOS devices.
Helsingborgs Dagblad (HD)
Helsingborgs Dagblad, which is published in Helsingborg in Skåne is a Swedish-language newspaper. Its original name was Helsingborgs Tidning and was founded on October 1, 1867. Helsingborgs Dagblad started using its current name in 1884.
Helsingborgs Dagblad is the largest Swedish newspaper “outside the metropolitan districts of Malmö, Göteborg and Stockholm”. The daily changed its format from broadsheet to tabloid in 2006.
At present, in October 2020, while Marcus Ekdahl is the editor-in-chief (acting) and publisher, Sofia Nilsson is the editor-in-chief. Helsingborgs Dagblad is also available on social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook and Twitter.
Västerbottens-Kuriren is a Swedish-language newspaper founded in 1900. The daily is published in Umeå in Sweden. “Västerbottens-Kuriren is Norrland’s largest daily newspaper,” it states in the About Us section of its Facebook page.
Jessica Wennberg is the publisher of the newspaper. It boasts of being read by 116,000 people every day. “Västerbottens-Kuriren is owned by a local foundation that cares about one thing: To publish VK, and to do good local journalism,” Västerbottens-Kuriren mentions on the website.
Västerbottens-Kuriren is available on all social media platforms. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest news and updates.
Norran, which was previously known as Norra Västerbotten, is a Swedish daily. Headquartered at Skellefteå, Sweden, it is published in Berliner format. Founded by Anton Wikström, its first issue appeared in 1910.
Norran is part of Norr Media AB and media group NTM. Norrbottens-Kuriren, Norrländska Socialdemokraten and Piteå-Tidningen are its sister publications.
Ystads Allehanda is a morning newspaper published every weekend in Swedish-language. Founded in 1873, it is quite a popular daily in southeastern Skåne. Currently, its publisher is Lars Mohlin.
Its online edition — ystadsallehanda.se was launched in June 2001. Ystads Allehand is available on all social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Nyheter Idag is a Swedish language website. Launched in February 2014, it was founded by Chang Frick and Jakob Bergman. At present, in October 2020, Jakob Bergman is Nyheter Idag’s publisher.
In case of any query, suggestion or feedback, one can shoot a mail at email@example.com. However, Nyheter Idag has been labelled a racist site by many of the media experts worldwide.
Jnytt is an online news portal launched in 2006 in Jönköping. On its website, Jnytt claims to be “Småland’s largest news site with over 60,000 visitors a day and 120,000 unique visitors a week”.
It also has a tie-up with free newspaper JönköpingNU. Currently, Jnytt is a part of Bonnier News Local.
Upsala Nya Tidning
Upsala Nya Tidning is a regional newspaper in Sweden. Its first issue appeared on December 3, 1890. Published in Uppsala, it is partly owned by Johansson Foundation and media group NTM.
Upsala Nya Tidning is present on all social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. At present, in October 2020, Kalle Sandhammar is the CEO and publisher of the newspaper.
17. Hallands Nyheter
Hallands Nyheter is a Swedish language newspaper. It is a part of media group Stampen AB. Hallands Nyheter’s first issue appeared on January 1, 1905.
“We focus on the local news in Varberg and Falkenberg and the surrounding area,” the daily describes itself on the website. Currently, in November 2020, Viveka Hedbjörk is the publisher of Hallands Nyheter.
Kristianstadsbladet is a regional newspaper in Kristianstad, Sweden. The first issue of the daily appeared on September 20, 1856. Initially, the newspaper was known as Christianstadsbladet and was published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday.
Kristianstadsbladet claims to be the only newspaper available in Kristianstad. Its online edition — kristianstadsbladet.se was launched in July 2001.
Founded in 1861, Norrboten Kurieren is Norrbotten’s oldest and Luleå’s largest daily newspaper. The newspaper was owned by the Isakson family until 1966. Since 2002, it is run by the NTM Group.
Norrländska Socialdemokraten, Piteå-Tidningen and Norran are its sister publications. Currently, in October 2020, Jessica Rosengren is the news editor of Norrboten Kurieren.
Östgöta Correspondenten, which is known as Corren, is a Swedish newspaper. Founded in 1838 by Henrik Bernhard Palmær, it is published in Linköping, Sweden.
For 168 years, the newspaper was owned by the Ridderstad family. In 2008, it was bought by Norrköpings Tidningar AB. At present, in November 2020, Maria Kustvik is the publisher of Östgöta Correspondenten.
Borås Tidning is the oldest company in Borås and has been providing news to Sjuhärad since 1826. In 2005, it adopted tabloid format.
Borås Tidning is available on all social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. At present, in November 2020, Stefan Eklund is its editor-in-chief as well as the publisher.
Fria Tider is a Swedish online news portal. It is owned by Estonian limited company FT News Group OÜ based in Tallinn. Founded by Widar Nord, Fria Tider was launched in 2009.
The stories on the website have been segregated into different sections such as Economy, Science, Culture, Opinion and many more.
Nerikes Allehanda (NA)
Nerikes Allehanda is a Swedish daily newspaper. Its first issue appeared in 1843. Nerikes Allehanda is also available as a website, e-newspaper, app and newsletter.
“We cover the entire county of Örebro,” Nerikes Allehanda mentions on the website. Nerikes Allehanda is owned by Bonnier News Local AB. Anders Nilsson is the publisher of the newspaper.
Sundsvalls Tidning is a Swedish language daily newspaper published in Sundsvall. Its first issue appeared in 1841. It covers the municipalities in Medelpad, Sweden.
Sundsvalls Tidning is a part of Bonnier News Local AB. Karin Näslund is the publisher. In case you want to give a tip-off, call on 060-19 71 64.
Skovde Nyheter is a local newspaper in Sweden. It is owned by Bonnier News Local AB. According to its Facebook page, its first issue appeared in 1906.
“Every week, SN comes to just over 23,000 households in Skövde municipality,” Skovde Nyheter states on Facebook. Patricia Svensson is the publisher and she can be contacted at- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skaraborgs Allehanda is a Swedish language six-day newspaper. It is the leading daily in the old Skaraborg county. It covers local news in Skövde, Tibro, Hjo and Karlsborg municipalities.
Skaraborgs Allehanda is owned by NWT Media AB, which is a part of NWT Gruppen AB. Peter Henriksson is the editor-in-chief and publisher.
Gefle Dagblad is a daily newspaper in Sweden. Published in Swedish language, its first issue appeared in 1895. Gefle Dagblad mainly covers municipalities in Gästrikland.
Katarina Ekspong is its publisher and she can be contacted at email@example.com. Gefle Dagblad is a part of Bonnier News Local AB and it is available as e-newspaper, website and app.
Vestmanlands Läns Tidning (VLT)
Vestmanlands Läns Tidning, which is also known as VLT, is a daily newspaper in Västerås, Sweden. It was first published in 1831. Vestmanlands Läns Tidning covers the entire of Västmanland, especially Västerås, Surahammar and Hallstahammar.
Daniel Nordström is its publisher and he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Vestmanlands Läns Tidning is a part of Bonnier News Local AB.
Mariestads-Tidningen is a leading Swedish language daily in northern part of Sweden. Founded in 1817, it claims to be “one of the country’s oldest morning newspapers”.
It generally covers local news in Mariestad, Töreboda and Gullspång / Hova. Mariestads-Tidningen is owned by NWT Media AB, which is a part of NWT Gruppen AB.
Gotlands Allehanda is owned by Gotlands Media AB and the media group NTM. It claims that the website Helagotland.se reaches to “10 Gotlanders every week and is the largest news site on the island”.
According to the information given on its Facebook page, Mats Pettersson is the publisher of Gotlands Allehanda. One can follow it on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Eskilstunakuriren med Strängnäs tidning (Eskilstuna)
Eskilstuna-Kuriren is a Swedish daily newspaper. Founded in 1890, it is owned by Sörmlands Media AB, a part of media group NTM. One can follow Eskilstuna-Kuriren on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
According to information on its Facebook page, it has headquarters in Eskilstuna. Eskilstuna-Kuriren also claims to be “Sörmland’s largest daily newspaper”.
8 Sidor is a weekly Swedish news magazine. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, it is published on Wednesdays. The first issue of 8 Sidor appeared in October 1984. Marie Hillblom is the editor-in-chief.
Its website has sections such as The World, Sports, Culture and many more. One can follow it on social media paltforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Norrländska Socialdemokraten (NSD)
Norrländska Socialdemokraten, also known as NSD, is a Swedish language daily newspaper. Founded in January 1919, currently it is owned by Norr Media AB and the media group NTM. Norrbottens-Kuriren, Piteå-Tidningen and Norran are its sister publications.
Norrländska Socialdemokraten has its main editorial office in Luleå. At present, in November 2020, Lenitha Andersson-Junkka is its publisher.
Nya Lidköpings-Tidningen is a Swedish language morning newspaper. It is published on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Founded in 1903, it is currently owned by NWT Media AB, which is a part of NWT Gruppen AB.
Besides main editorial office in Lidköping, Nya Lidköpings-Tidningen also has local editorial offices in Essunga, Grästorp, Götene and Vara.
Sodermansland Nyheter is a Swedish daily newspaper. While Sodermansland Nyheter was founded in 1893, its website was launched in 1995. The website is quite popular in the “municipalities of Nyköping, Oxelösund, Trosa and Gnesta”.
One can follow Sodermansland Nyheter on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. At present, in November 2020, Kristina Levin is the editor-in-chief of the newspaper.
Blekinge Lans Tidning
Blekinge Läns Tidning is a Swedish morning newspaper. It has its headquarters in Ronnebygatan, Karlskrona. Blekinge Läns Tidning is available on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Currently, in November 2020, Mimmi Karlsson-Bernfalk is its publisher. One can also download the mobile application of Blekinge Läns Tidning. It is available on both Android and iOS devices.
iFokus is a Swedish language media website that aims to bring people together to socialise and discuss on any area of interest.
The usual focus of the website remains on the photos and travel stories that engage the internet users. If you access one website on iFokus, you can easily switch to another one quickly.
Part 2: Business news
In the second part of the article, we will discuss about the most prominent Swedish publication that is known for its business news coverage.
SvD Näringsliv is a business news website based in Sweden with news sections such as Business, Culture, Leader and Debate.
Daniel Kederstedt is the Head of SvD Näringsliv, while Anna Careborg act as CEO, editor-in-chief and responsible publisher of the news website. One can write an email to email@example.com for complaints and suggestions.
Part 3: Sports news
In the third part of the article, we will discuss about the most prominent Swedish publications that are known for their sports news coverage.
Sportbladet – Aftonbladet
Sportbladet is a sports news website owned and managed by Aftonbladet from its editorial headquarters at Västra Järnvägsgatan 21, Stockholm.
Football is the primary sport covered by Sportbladet, while news stories related to Ice Hockey, Cycling Sport and Boat Racing find due space on the Swedish sports portal.
Sport – Expressen
Sport is a section of the news website of Expressen that is much famous for its coverage of sports news. Anders Eriksson is the CEO of Expressen, while Klas Granström acts as the Editor-in-chief.
Mikaela Lindahl looks after the website operations and one can drop in an email on firstname.lastname@example.org for complaints and suggestions.
Sweden is one of the few countries in the world that provide complete security and comfort to the journalists and media professionals. The online media is witnessing the best of the development at the moment with the country’s leading broadcaster Sverigesradio offering a huge selection of news in English language using its website.
Bonnier Tidskrifter AB enjoys the government subsidiary more than any other publication operating in the country. Some of the country’s most popular magazines like Amelia, Teknikens Värld, Allt om Mat and Veckans Affärer are owned by the Bonnier Tidskrifter AB group.
Allers förlag is the other leading publisher of Sweden as it owns Egmont, which publishes content in Danish, and French language publication Hachette Filipacchi Médias.
The readership in Sweden is so much so that the membership magazines such as Vår bostad recorded readership of over 300 000. PRO-pensionären, Kommunalarbetaren, Siftidningen and Dagens Arbete are among the other Swedish magazines that enjoy such a high readership.
Even though the Swedish media is far away from the political inclinations, crime reporting in the nation has not been up to the mark in the recent past. In 2019, the mainstream media of Sweden was accused of not covering the Bombings in Sweden.
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