Culture magazine Diamanten is published four times a year and is published by Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Denmark’s National Library and Copenhagen University Library.
Diamanten exclusivity comes from the great knowledge that the Royal Library and the employees for centuries have collected. The Royal Library’s Cultural Department is to communicate this knowledge bank, inter alia, presenting out-posts, lectures, debates and concerts, which, based on the collections disseminate culture in all its forms. The meeting between the culture and its audience of-reflected on the magazine’s pages. Kulturmagasinet Diamanten is like the library’s cultural offer modern and with an edge.
Culture magazine Diamanten caters for the culturally interested reader who demand new knowledge, debate and information. The target group is the Royal Library’s culture users, which include composed of members of Diamond Club, which the magazine sent free of charge, as well as the large group of future decision-makers, which includes students and lecturers from the University of Copenhagen and other educational institutions in the Copenhagen area that can take the magazine for free. Another attractive target market is the corporate guests who rent space in the Black Diamond and related receiving culture magazine free.
Diamanten sent to selected in the cafe and hotel environment. Diamanten iis accompanied by a cultural calendar, printed in 16.000 copies and distributed free of charge to a large number of cafes and cultural institutions.