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NEWS | 14 Mar 2018

The Media Barometer: First Results 2017

Media Consumption Changes  - We now present the first results from the Media Barometer 2017

NEWS | 12 Mar 2018

European Media Policy – the March issue

A tougher approach against hate speech; a rapid decline in media freedom in Europe; and possible threats to EU net neutrality rules. Read our newsletter for an update on media policy developments at the European level.

NEWS | 7 Mar 2018

Women direct only one out of ten Icelandic films

Since the mid-1950s, almost 200 Icelandic full-length cinematographic feature films have been produced in Iceland; and nearly all of them have been directed by men. New data from Statistics Iceland cover 70 years of Icelandic film production.

NEWS | 5 Mar 2018

Nordic media policy inquiries – find the reports here

Are you interested in media policy in the Nordic region? Nordicom’s compilations of government reports in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden provide links to public media inquiries over several decades.

NEWS | 5 Mar 2018

Fake news has not broken the Danes' trust in the media

Despite a major focus on “fake news” last year, the Danes still have great trust in the Danish news media. This is one of the points made in Media Development 2017, the annual report on electronic media use in Denmark from the DR Audience Research Department.

NEWS | 26 Feb 2018

The media is a male business

The leadership of the 100 largest international media corporations is dominated by men. Thirty corporations have no women whatsoever in their top management, according to new statistics compiled by Nordicom.

NEWS | 16 Feb 2018

New Nordic research literature

Another year of new Nordic research literature has passed. As usual, we have compiled lists of selected publications that was released in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden during 2017. 

NEWS | 7 Feb 2018

Changes in Danish households’ media expenses

A new analysis from the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces shows that in 2016, Danish households spent much more money on audiovisual media than on text media. The amount of money spent on text media – newspapers, magazines and books – has almost halved in ten years.

NEWS | 31 Jan 2018

The journal Nordicom Information opens up communication

To introduce the spring issue of the journal Nordicom Information with the theme “openness in communication,” the journal will open its production process and invite anyone to follow the development of the issue or come up with ideas or input. 

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