This chapter presents an analysis of changes in the coverage of culture in major European newspapers from 1960 to 2010. Employing a content analysis of the newspapers, it examines how culture sections have changed in terms of art forms and cultural domains covered. As cultural coverage in quality newspapers is an indicator of cultural legitimacy, the analysis reveals whether and how the 'content' and composition of legitimate culture has transformed during the research period. The chapter explains whether the coverage of emerging popular art forms has increased at the expense of coverage of established arts. It then discusses some of the most established and largest art forms – particularly literature and music – and also explains whether the transformation has primarily taken place within these domains. Established cultural forms are still the backbone of the arts and culture content of newspapers, despite the proliferation of other cultural forms in recent years.