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NEWS | 15 Sep 2015

Report on public service media's impact on the Swedish media market

The role of public service media and their possible impact on the media market are debated and assessed in several Nordic countries. In a report published September 1, the Swedish Broadcasting Authority concludes that public service media do not act in a way that clearly disrupts the commercial market.

Conference Publications | 9 Sep 2015

Nordicom is at the EBU Knowledge Exchange

The EBU Knowledge Exchange 2015 will take place on September 14-15 in Geneva, with the topic PSM's Contribution to Society. Nordicom will host an info-point, including the full range of publications by the RIPE network.

NEWSLETTER | 11 Aug 2015

New issue: European Media Policy

Nordicom's newsletter European Media Policy reports about policy developments at the European level, as well as some international news. The August issue is now available.

NEWS | 4 Aug 2015

The Finnish media market to be reviewed

The Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland has appointed a working group to review the Finnish media markets. An assessment of the Finnish broadcasting Company's public service duty and funding will follow in 2016.  

NEWSLETTER | 30 Jun 2015

New issue: Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

Nordicom's newsletter Media Trends in the Nordic Countries reports about media use, media development and the media market. A new issue is now available for download.

NEWSLETTER | 8 Apr 2015

New issue: European Media Policy

[NORDICOM] The newsletter European Media Policy provides an up-date on policy developments at the European level. The April issue is now available for download.

NEWSLETTER | 30 Mar 2015

New issue: Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

Nordicom's newsletter Media Trends in the Nordic Countries reports about media use, media development and the media market. A new issue is now available for download.

NYHET | 27 Mar 2015

DAB development in the Nordic countries

During the spring, the Norwegian Government will decide when a transition to DAB radio can be concluded. A digital radio switchover is also on the agenda in Denmark and Sweden: in Denmark there has been a political decision to transition to DAB, while in Sweden a Government Official Report has suggested a technology shift for terrestrial radio.

NEWS | 16 Mar 2015

The Nordics best digital performers in new EU index

The European Commission has created an index to monitor Member States’ progress towards a digital economy and society. Denmark, Sweden and Finland rank respectively first, second and fourth among the EU countries.

Media Pluralism | Europe | 22 Feb 2015

Media Pluralism Monitor Report

During 2014, the Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom carried out a pilot-test implementation of an updated version of the Media Pluralism Monitor developed in 2009, with the aim to assess the risks to media pluralism in the monitored countries. The result for Denmark, which was the only Nordic country included in the study, shows a low/medium risk for media pluralism.

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