CBS Library offers access to a selection of newspaper databases that allow you to tab into current affairs across the globe as well as explore older news resources from the database archives.
The database Infomedia is the hub of Danish newspapers. It comprises all Danish dailies as well as a wide range of periodicals, local papers, etc. The default search window in Infomedia covers the last 30 days. If you are looking for more remote articles you need to change this window.
Coverage varies across newspapers and it is a good idea to always check ”Kildeinfo” (source info) to ascertain if the year you are after is at all available from the Infomedia archive.
If your primary interest is the newspaper Børsen, you may want to go straight to the website.
PressReader allows you to explore world news one year back. The database displays newspapers and magazines as they appeared in print which means that you can leaf through entire publications.
Factiva is another big international news database. Coverage is generally more comprehensive than PressReader but varies across sources.
Search across sources or select newspapers from specific geographies, industries or subjects.
Factiva allows for very efficient business news searches, based on stock prices for instance, and offers a dedicated companies and markets module.
WHERE TO ACCESS THE DATABASE
The database is available on CBS campus and through remote access.
Only CBS students and staff have access through remote access.