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NYHET | 10 apr 2018

New report advises EU on how to counter fake news

Cover: The final report of the high level expert groupA new report from the European Commission presents advice on how to counter fake news and disinformation spread online. 

 

NYHET | 12 mar 2018

European Media Policy – the March issue

A tougher approach against hate speech; 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.

NYHET | 7 dec 2017

Free report on European advertising law

A new report from the Audiovisual Observatory deals with the European regulatory framework for advertising, sponsorship and product placement in the media. Focus is on the ongoing revision of the AVMS directive and what the future may hold.

NYHETSBREV | 29 nov 2017

New issue of European Media Policy

The November issue of Nordicom's newsletter European Media Policy is out. The newsletter provides an update on policy developments at the European level, concentrating on news from the European Union.

NYHET | 16 okt 2017

Ny IT-statistik: Så används internet i Nordens regioner

De nordiska huvudstäderna har Europas ivrigaste internetanvändare. Men även invånarna i andra nordiska regioner surfar ofta på nätet, kopplar upp sig med mobilen och är flitiga på sociala medier. Det visar Eurostats statistik som jämför nätanvändning i över 200 europeiska regioner.

NYHET | 31 aug 2017

Digital News Report 2017

People in the Nordic countries are among Europe’s most avid users of smartphones for reading news online. They are also the most willing to pay for online news. These are some of the findings in the Digital News Report 2017 from the Reuters Institute.

NYHETSBREV | 9 aug 2017

New Issue of European Media Policy

The August issue of Nordicom's newsletter European Media Policy is out. The newsletter provides an update on policy developments at the European level, concentrating on news from the European Union.

NYHET | 12 jun 2017

Media Pluralism Monitor Report 2016

The Media Pluralism Monitor has examined 30 European countries and finds that none of them is free from risks for media pluralism. The three Nordic countries in the survey – Denmark, Finland and Sweden – are reported as low-risk countries, but with warning signs due to a concentration in media ownership.

NYHET | 7 apr 2017

Studiebesök från Baltikum

Att skapa nätverk och utbyta erfarenheter, både på ett nationellt och globalt plan, är viktigt för Nordicoms verksamhet. Den här gången var det dags att ta emot ett studiebesök från Baltikum - på temat Medie-och informationskunnighet (MIK). 

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