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NEWS | 26 Oct 2018

More new books, but fewer frequent Danish readers

The Danes’ desire to read continues to change. Today, more fiction than ever is being published, while at the same time, digital media is still progressing. This is according to new figures from the Danish Book and Literature Panel’s annual report for 2018.

NEWS | 25 Oct 2018

A Nordic survey of cultural habits among children and youth?

Would it be possible to conduct a joint Nordic survey on the cultural habits and activities of children and young people? This issue is examined in a new report from Kulturanalys Norden, the Nordic Agency for Cultural Policy Analysis.

NEWS | 9 Oct 2018

The Swedes and the Internet: How Swedes’ media habits are changing

The use of social media and digital media platforms continues to increase. At the same time, there is a clear gap between different generations, according to the report The Swedes and the Internet 2018 from the Internet Foundation in Sweden.

NEWS | 3 Oct 2018

New issue of Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

The consumption of media and news is becoming increasingly digital. The new media landscape and the changing media habits are also affecting the media policy level. Read more in Nordicom's Nordic newsletter.

NEWS | 2 Oct 2018

Media development in Denmark in 2018

Danish media consumption is becoming increasingly digital and mobile. The use of streaming services is on the rise, and the smartphone is the Number 1 device for Internet users. Read more in the English summary of the Media development in Denmark report.

NEWS | 28 Sep 2018

Facts and figures on Norwegian children’s digital media use

Increasing more and increasingly younger children have access to their own mobile phone, and among ten-year-olds almost everyone owns a smartphone. Around half of young people between nine and 18 years of age use their mobile phone for two hours or more daily – too much, according many of them.  

NEWS | 10 Sep 2018

Four reports on media and cultural habits in Sweden

The consumption of media and culture is becoming increasingly digital, and the generation gaps increasingly clear. And looking at media and culture habits combined, one can see connections between them. Four new reports reveal the consumption of media, news and culture in Sweden.

NEWS | 9 Jul 2018

Sweden: Stable media trust, but cracks in the facade

In Sweden, there is a clear divergence in media trust and news usage between different groups in society. These are some of the findings in a new research anthology, which points to an increased polarisation, but also an underlying long-term stability in Sweden. 

NEWS | 3 Jul 2018

Nordic report: High-speed broadband increasingly popular

In the Nordic countries, high-speed broadband subscriptions are becoming increasingly popular. There is also a continuous growth in mobile data traffic; however, as shown in a Nordic telecom report, there are differences between the countries.

NEWS | 25 Jun 2018

Digital News Report 2018

The Nordic countries lead the world in paying for online news. This is according to the Digital News Report 2018, which compares online news consumption in 37 countries, including Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

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