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PUBLICATIONS | 11 Dec 2017

Video is everywhere

Web TV, YouTube channels and plenty of moving images on social media: the use of online video has grown explosively in recent years. The autumn issue of the journal Nordicom-Information deals with different dimensions of video usage. 

PUBLIKATIONER | 29 Nov 2017

Photojournalism and Editorial Processes

This new special issue of Nordicom Review puts togheter comprise new research and international perspectives on photojournalism and editorial processes.

NEWS | 7 Nov 2017

Growing old with and via media: New issue of MedieKultur

The national research association in Denmark (SMiD) has released a new issue of the scientific research journal MedieKultur. The theme of the autumn edition is ’Growing old with and via media’.

NEWS | 17 Oct 2017

Norsk medietidsskrift 3/2017

The new Media City Bergen has opened and TV2 celebrates its 25th anniversary, those are some of the topics in the latest issue of Norsk medietidskrift. 

NEWS | 9 Oct 2017

New research journal focusing on the Nordic countries

Rethinking ScandinaviaRethinking Scandinavia is the name of a new online research journal in the field of Scandinavian studies. The idea behind this new publication was presented this summer during an international conference in Lund. 

NEWS | 3 Jul 2017

Global journalism research collected on one site

Can all global journalism research be captured on one site? The Journalism Research News Project mines the Internet for news about recent international research, and collects it in one place. Launched in 2015 in Finland, it has presented almost 1500 articles so far.

NEWS | 28 Jun 2017

New issue of MedieKultur

The Danish reserach journal MedieKultur has released a new special issue. The theme is ”Complex Evolution - Media and communication in contemporary Asia” and it contains articles from one of the panels at the NordMedia conference in 2015. 

NEWS | 28 Jun 2017

New issue of Norsk medietidskrift

Issue 2/2017 of Norsk medietidskrift is a special issue based on the Norweigan Media Research Conference that was held in Bergen in 2016. The common theme of the articles is that they are about news, in one way or another. 

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