Dato (newspaper)

Dato (newspaper)

Infobox Newspaper
name = dato


type = Free daily newspaper
format = Compact
foundation = August 16, 2006
closing = April 19, 2007
owners = Det Berlingske Officin A/S
publisher =
editor = Steen Breiner
language = Danish
political =
headquarters = Copenhagen, Denmark
website = None. Defunct paper.

"dato" ( _da. date) is a discontinued Danish free daily newspaper owned by Det Berlingske Officin. Launched on August 16, 2006, the newspaper is Berlingske's offering in the "newspaper war" initiated by Dagsbrún's "Nyhedsavisen". "dato" was, however, the first of the recent free dailies delivered to people's homes to begin publishing. It was distributed in Metropolitan Copenhagen and the suburbs of Århus. [http://www.dato.dk/distribution/] "dato" closed April 19, 2007 and merged with another danish free daily newspaper, URBAN, also owned by Det Berlingske Officin. Det Berlingske Officin paid over 250 million DKK to publish the newspaper.

ee also

* "24timer"
* "MetroXpress"
* "Nyhedsavisen"
* "URBAN"

External links

* [http://www.dato.dk/ Official website] da icon
* [http://www.berlingske.dk/medier-marked/artikel:aid=778034/ "Berlingske Tidende" article about the launch of "dato"] da icon
* [http://www.berlingskeofficin.dk/eway/default0.asp?pid=228&oid=0&trg=Content_6317&Content_6317=3004:22847::0:6250:1:6317;6321;::10:0:0 News story at Det Berlingske Officin] da icon
* [http://www.tv2regionerne.dk/reg2005/player.aspx?id=304661&r=7 "Gratisaviser kommer ikke ud" (video)] da icon – story from TV 2/Østjylland on the missing distribution on some editions of dato as well as 24timer (broadcasted August 25, 2006)


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