Publications from Nordicom

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.

PUBLICATIONS | 25 Sep 2018

Coming in 2019: Nordic Journal of Media Studies

A new journal, the Nordic Journal of Media Studies, has been added to Nordicom’s portfolio of scientific publications. This journal is an online, open-access journal.  The first issue will be published in Spring 2019, with the theme “Disrupting media infrastructures: Transforming media industries and public spheres”.

NEWS | 5 Sep 2018

Just published: new Nordicom Review article

A new Nordicom Review article is published (online first), titled Asylum Seekers Arrived, Elites Occupied the Air: Topics and Interviewees in YLE’s Magazine Programmes During the “Asylum Seeker Crisis". We spoke to the authors Annu Perälä and  Mari K. Niemi. 

PUBLICATIONS | 27 Aug 2018

Sweden needs a national policy for MIL

It is time that Sweden, just like many other countries, develop a national policy framework to strengthen media and information literacy (MIL) among the citizens. Ulla Carlsson, Professor and UNESCO Chair on Freedom of Expression at the University of Gothenburg has submitted a knowledge overview to the government containing suggestions and actions on how to increase MIL. 

PUBLICATIONS | 11 Jun 2018

Several challenges for openness in media and communication

 Nordicom releases the Spring issue of the journal Nordicom Information, in which the theme is openness in media and communication.

PUBLICATIONS | 23 May 2018

Some results from the Media Barometer 2017

The Swedish Media Barometer is an annual survey that analyses daily media use on different platforms among Swedish population. Here are some results from the the 2017 survey. 

PUBLICATIONS | 7 May 2018

Media Innovation and Design in Cultural Institutions

This new Nordicom anthology looks at how cultural institutions, having traditionally been mainly concerned with knowledge preservation and presentation, are increasingly trying to enable audience participation and co-production. A major explanation behind this shift is the possibilities (and demands) brought about by new technology.

NEWS | 26 Apr 2018

New issue of Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

Newspaper trends in the Nordic countries, increasing digital media use, and a number of media policy initatives – these are some of the issues covered in the new issue of Nordicom’s newsletter, all with a focus on the Nordic countries.

PUBLICATIONS | 6 Apr 2018

What’s the problem in problem gaming?

This new Nordicom anthology, titled What is the problem in problem gaming?, tackles the debate about young people’s gaming habits and the highly contested con­cept of “video game addiction”. 

PUBLIKATIONER | 5 Apr 2018

Public Service Media in the Networked Society

Nordicom now launches the eighth book in the RIPE series: Public Service Media in the Networked Society. The book critically examines the ‘networked society’ concept in relation to public service media.

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