Stockholm - News
Unless you know Swedish well it is not so easy to keep yourself informed on what is happening in Sweden or Stockholm. For international news the BBC world service on TV offers a reliable service, also available on the internet: news.bbc.co.uk.
Metro is a newspaper which is free of charge and is available on the subway and local trains. Metro is designed for easy reading hence it is good for people with limited Swedish language skills. Metro was started in 1995. At the beginning of 2003 another free newspaper was started called The City. Each district has its own local newspaper which is delivered directly at home free of charge.
Subscribe - prenumerera
Newspaper - dagstidning or just tidning
Weekly Magazine - veckotidning
Monthly magazine - månadstidning
For international news the BBC world service on TV offers a
reliable service, also available on the internet: news.bbc.co.uk.
Locally a news service is available in English called The Swedish Press Review . This is an English language review of the Swedish morning press for the international, business and diplomatic
communities, published daily. You need to subscribe to this service:
Swedish Press Review
Tel: + 46 (0)8 660 41 46
fax: + 46 (0)8 661 21 26
email: [email protected]
The two largest newspapers in Sweden are Dagens Nyheter (liberal , independent) and Svenska Dagbladet (conservative). Dagens Industri (Industry Daily) is Sweden's Financial Times and Finanstidningen concentrates on industry and macroeconimics. There are two evening newspaper called Expressen (liberal) and Aftonbladet (labour). These newspapers are of course in Swedish and can be delivered directly to your doorstep.