Forbruger-Kontakt covers all major urban areas in Denmark.
Publication of the first edition of Søndagsavisen.
Søndagsavisen covers all households in Greater Copenhagen.
Søndagsavisen and Forbruger-Kontakt become divisions of Søndagsavisen a-s.
Collaboration with A/S Vestsjællandske Distriktsblade.
Søndagsavisen is published on Funen.
Søndagsavisen is Published in Jutland – circulation exceeds 1.3 million copies.
Quoted on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.
Introduction on the Internet.
Collaboration with Esbjerg Ugeavis A/S.
Søndagsavisen International AB established in collaboration with Tidnings AB Marieberg.
Publishing and distribution in Århus in collaboration with Århus Stiftstidende.
Avisen is issued in Stockholm with a circulation of 790,000 copies.
Buying 100% of the shares in Kompassnål AB, in South of Sweden.
Agreed to buy 35% of the shares in Norpost AS, Norway.
Buying 52.19% of the shares in Norsk Avisdrift AS.
Increase of shares in NorPost AS, Norway to 54.95%.
Søndagsavisen a-s takes over the whole sharecapital in Søndagsavisen International AB.
The online activities is hived off as a subsidiary – OFiR.com a-s.
OFiR starts activities in Sweden, Germany, France and Great Britain.
Søndagsavisen issued on southern Sweden with a circulation of 264,000 copies.
Increase of shares in NorPost AS, Norway, to 100%.
Increase of shares in Norsk Avisdrift, Norway, to 100%.
The publishing of Søndagsavisen in Scania and Stockholm discontinues.
Søndagsavisen a-s and Berlingske Lokalaviser A/S establish a joint venture, Dansk Distributions Center A/S, which is to handle the distribution in Copenhagen.
Alfo Distribution A/S, owned 100% by Søndagsavisen a-s, takes over Reklameservice Randers A/S.
Søndagsavisen a-s enters into an agreement with H.A. Grafisk Reklame A/S about establishing a joint distribution company.
Søndagsavisen a-s enters into an agreement with A/S Svendborg Avis about establishing a joint distribution company.
Søndagsavisen a-s takes over the activities in DTD København A/S.
Norsk Avisdrift discontinues the publishing in Oslo, Norway.
NorPost AS increases the shares in Norpost Trondheim AS, Norway, to 100%.
The publishing in Stockholm increases to cover Greater Stockholm with a total circulation of more than 930,000 copies.
The publishing companies in Stockholm merged into one company, Lokaltidningen Mitt i Stockholm AB.
Søndagsavisen a-s establishes a joint distribution company in collaboration with Den sydvestjydske Venstrepresse A/S.
Søndagsavisen a-s sells NorPost AS, Norway, and the Group’s activities in Norway now solely comprise newspaper and distribution activities in Trondheim.
OFiR a-s acquires the controlling interest in MatchWork World Wide A/S.
Gratistidningar i Stockholm AB acquires the local newspaper Smé-Journalen and extends its newspaper and distribution area to include Södra Mälaren south of Stockholm.
Gratistidningar i Stockholm AB changes its name to Gratistidningar i Sverige AB.
OFiR a-s acquires the remaining shares of MatcWork World Wide A/S (MatchWork) and MatchWork becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of the group. The MatchWork staff move to the OFiR offices in Gladsaxe.
S-Post expands distribution in Nyköping/Oxelösund.
Søndagsavisen is re-launched and the total circulation of Søndagsavisen is increased by approximately 600,00 copies per week to a total of more than 2.1 million copies.
Søndagsavisen a-s achieves record revenue and profit for the year.
Søndagsavisen a-s increases the shares in Helsingør Dagblad to 57%.
Søndagsavisen a-s enters the market for real estate business with the launch of Plushandel www.plushandel.dk, owned 50% by Søndagsavisen a-s.
The total circulation of Søndagsavisen is increased by approximately 400,00 copies per week to a total of 2.5 million copies.
OFiR’s and Søndagsavisen’s activities aimed at the recruitment market under the designation of ‘We do the job together’ is launched. The goal is to create Denmark’s largest marketplace for advertisement of vacancies.
The market for national retail trade advertising is not developing as expected, and consequently S’ndagsavisen’s circulation is reduced. The newspaper is now published in 2.2 million copies distributed on 15 regional editions.
To strengthen the development of the synergies between newspaper and internet, the Management Board is extended with a director responsible for this area, designated as the Group’s Media Online activities.
Søndagsavisen.dk is launched in October.
Norsk Avisdrift AS is sold as per 23 October and Gratistidningar i Sverige AB is sold as per 30 November.
Forbruger-Kontakt enters into a two-year distribution agreement with both Dansk Supermarked and Coop.
Søndagsavisen is closing down four editions in Jutland as a direct consequence of a massive fall in the advertisement markets. This step will reduce Søndagsavisen’s circulation from approximately 2.1 million to approximately 1.4 million copies.
At the annual general meeting on 23 April 2010, it was decided to modify the companys current legal structure, so that the group changes its name from the Søndagsavisen a-s to North Media A/S.
In the new structure the parent company becomes holding company for the group’s operating companies, except some administrative corporate functions. The actual activities are secreted into separate subsidiaries.
FK’s efficiency projects lead to substantial cost savings.
Bostadsportal.se is launched as a sister portal to Boligportal.dk
BEKEY further develops and matures a key system intended to facilitate distributors’ access to locked stairways.
FK produces the best results ever seen since the establishment of the company.
North Media sells of the remaining 33.3% of the shares in Gratistidningar i Sverige AB.
Søndagsavisen.dk and minreklame.dk are combined to gain more benefits from having more than 500,000 users who visit these homepages and use the services offered.
North Media acquires Byggestart and Henttilbud to arrange building projects online.
MinReklame.dk is integrated with FK Distribution A/S.
Ofir develops its job universe which relies on the market’s largest network of media for exposing vacancies.
North Media acquires eight local newspapers in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg.
FK launches its NoAds+ service which allows each household to choose the advertising brochures they want.
BoligPortal launches its ”self-sale” concept.
NoAds+ rounds 300,000 signed-up households.
The BEKEY system is now also used in Sweden and Norway.
minetilbud.dk achieves digital breakthrough with more than 900,000 app downloads.
North Media A/S celebrates its 50th anniversary on 2 April.
North Media introduces a new business segment structure: FK Distribution A/S, North Media Aviser A/S, North Media Online A/S and BEKEY A/S.
NoAds+ rounds 550,000 signed-up households. 2.3 million letter boxes are visited every week.
Byggestart.dk changes its name to håndværker.dk.
25% of Danish households have opted to sign up for NoAds+ (658,000).
Some editions of Søndagsavisen and the equity interest in Vestsjællandske Distriksblade are divested.
North Media Aviser sharpens its strategic focus on Copenhagen and acquires five local newspapers in Copenhagen.
North Media Online invests in Lix Technologies ApS and Lead Supply ApS.
50% of all stairway doors in Copenhagen and 25% of Danish municipalities use BEKEY.