Ulrik Haagerup, Denmark, is the editor-in-chief of Nordjyske Media.
He was previously the editor of Jyllands Posten, the country’s largest daily newspaper. Haagerup also worked as a freelancer and editorial consultant. In 1990, he won the Cavling Prize, the Danish equivalent of the American Pulitzer Prize, for his investigation into a flamboyant developer and his transactions with a large Danish mortgage institution. He has conducted major investigations on the Danish Cancer Society and political parties. He serves on the European Journalism Center’s Board of Advisors. Haagerup was a Knight journalism fellow at Stanford University in 1992.