The idea was to find a new type of storytelling in “convenient format and modern outfit”, as it was called. Expressen would also take a distinctive stance against “national socialism and liberated violence teachings”. We are protecting this task just as much today.

Today, Expressen is available as a paper magazine, TV channel, news site and in the mobile. Our journalism is also visible in airports, trains and buses around the country. The mission is to tell. The readers are our clients.

Expressen belongs to the media group Bonnier as part of the Bonnier News business area . Expressen consists of three editions: Expressen which is nationwide, Kvällsposten in southern Sweden and GT in West Sweden.