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Copenhagen Stock Exchange And Berlingske Tidende Sign Marketing Cooperation Agreement On Webcasting Via Stockwise.Tv

Date 13/08/2002

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange offers its listed companies and issuers of bonds and unit trust certificates to present their company, strategic co-operation agreements, accounts or other company news via webcasting.

The year 2002 has been a breakthrough for the new digital medium with more than 22,000 webcast displays from aimed at private as well as professional investors.

In order to expose the presentations from the listed companies even more, the Exchange and Berlingske Tidende have signed a marketing cooperation agreement. The agreement will run until November this year if not extended.

The agreement means that the issuers using the Exchange's webcasting facilities via may have their presentations exposed through advertisements in Berlingske Tidende as well as Berlingske Tidende's digital business newsletter.

The transmissions will also be webcast on both and Totalling 120,000 and 60,000 visits respectively on average each week, these sites help secure the widest possible dissemination of the companies' messages to both private and professional investors.

At present the following companies have booked to present their half-year results.

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15 August

Sjælsø Gruppen

19 August

William Demant Holding

20 August


20 August

Group 4 Falck

21 August

Danske Trælast

22 August

Bavarian Nordic

23 August

GN Store Nord

28 August


28 August


29 August

"Webcasting is a very personal and direct way to let the companies convey their messages to even more existing and potential investors. A cooperation agreement to expose the companies' webcasts from with one of Denmark's leading business newspapers that has both analogue and digital media at its disposal will ensure that the company's message reaches an even wider audience", said Senior Vice President Peter Belling.