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Radio and TV: Consumption is presented on the subject page for "Radio and TV" as a part of the "Film, books and media site on https://www.dst.dk. Furthermore, the statistics is featured in the chapter on Culture and National Church in Statistical Yearbook. The results are published annually through a News from Statistics Denmark and a series of interactive StatBank Denmark tables.
The publication date appears in the release calendar. The date is confirmed in the weeks before.
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Statistics are always published at 8:00 a.m. at the day announced in the release calendar. No one outside of Statistics Denmark can access the statistics before they are published.
Regular publication: News from Statistics Denmark (annually, when tables are updated).
The statistics is included in the Statistical Yearbook in the chapter on Culture and National Church.
StatBank Denmark\Culture and National Church\Films, books and media\Radio and TV: FOR441B, FOR4210, FOR4211, FOR4212, FOR4213, FOR4214, FOR4215, FOR422, FOR424, FOR425, FOR426, FOR427.
Statistics Denmark stores finalised data electronically. When using data from this table, original sources (TNS Gallup) must be credited. Resale of data is forbidden.
When using data from these tables, original sources (TNS Gallup) must be credited. Resale of data is forbidden.
Confidentiality - policy
The statistics adhere to Statistics Denmark's general guidelines for data confidentiality Datafortrolighedspolitik i Danmarks Statistik (In Danish only)
Confidentiality - data treatment
Not relevant - refer to original sources.
Documentation on methodology
There is no other additional documentation, refer to the original sources. Notes for each table are added as footnotes wherever possible.
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