Welcome to the Nordicom website.Nordicom is a Nordic knowledge centrein the field of media and communication.
Öppenhet är ett begrepp som är mer aktuellt än någonsin. Det senaste numret av tidskriften Nordicom Information handlar om öppenhet i medier och kommunikation.
Redaktörer: Maarit Jaakkola & Balder Holm
The articles are written in English and in the Scandinavian languages.
Mediebarometern belyser människors konsumtion av alla slags medier en genomsnittlig dag, oavsett distributionsteknik.
Den översiktspublikation som nu utges är alltså den 39e i ordningen, vilket gör Mediebarometern till en unik tidsserie.
The eighth RIPE Reader critically examines the ‘networked society’ concept in relation to public service media. It clarifies and critiques the networked society notion with specific focus on enduring public interest values and performance in media.
Editors: Gregory Ferrell Lowe, Hilde Van den Bulck & Karen Donders
What’s the problem in problem gaming? is a valuable contribution to the debates about young people’s gaming habits and the highly contested concept of video game addiction.
Editors: Jessica Enevold, Anne Mette Thorhauge & Andreas Gregersen
This new report in the Nordic Media Trends series maps the newspaper trends in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden over the past two decades. It focuses on the structure of the Nordic newspaper landscape, the economy of the newspaper markets, and reading trends.
Editor: Eva Harrie
Nordicom's newsletters about media in the Nordic countries and media policies in Europe.
Download the current issues here (from April and June).
The editorial team of Nordicom Review invites scholars interested in advancing the media and communications sciences in the Nordic region to engage with the journal as authors, book reviewers or guest editors of thematic special issues.
Across 37 countries, the Nordics stand out as the most willing to pay for online news, according to the global Digital News Report 2018.
This new Clearinghouse book aims to display a variety of examples where children and youths have been active and creative by using their own initiative, and by being driven by intrinsic motivation, personal interests, and peer relations.