Riksförbundet Öppna Kanaler
The National Association of Open Channels (Riksförbundet Öppna Kanaler) is an organisation for community or public access television. The different local channels are distributed through cable to approximately 1 million Swedish households in total (must carry). In Spring 2015 Community Media Sweden (CMS), a new umbrella organization, was constituted by National Association of Open Channels (ROK) and Community Radio Association (NRO).
Sanomalehtien Liitto, Tidningarnas förbund
Umbrella organisation for Finnish newspapers and publishers. Provides a wide variety of newspaper statistics. The data include members' publications (all dailies and most non-daily titles).
SCB – Statistiska centralbyrån
National statistical institute. A statistical yearbook offers economic and demographic statistics. Publishes statistics on the ICT sector in Sweden regularly. Statistics and reports available online.
SCB, Statistiska centralbyrån
National statistical office. Data on the Swedish information society, including access and use of ICT among individuals and enterprises. Also data on enterprises expenditure on IT.
Icelandic telecommunications company. It also operates Skjárinn, a TV service provider in Iceland.
Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen, Mediernes Udvikling (rapport)
An agency under the aegis of the Danish Ministry of Culture. In the media field, the Agency documents the Danish media development in Danish, with summaries in English available for download. The centre carries out tasks related to allocation of grant funds in the areas of radio, television and newspapers, and acts as secretariat for a number of boards, committees and councils within the areas of media, information servies and libraries, e.g. the Radio and Television Board (Radio- og tv-nævnet) and the Media Council (Medienævnet).
The SOM Institute has conducted surveys to collect research data and presented annual trend analyses on media habits and public opinion in Sweden since 1986. Every year, the SOM Institute conducts a number of independent studies – nationally, regionally and locally – in an effort to identify changes in the ways Swedes behave and feel about different things and why these changes occur. The SOM institute is an independent survey research organisation at the University of Gothenburg.
SSB – Statistisk Sentralbyrå
The Media Council is a government agency with the aims to reduce the risk of harmful media influences among minors and to empower minors as concious media users. The council covers all moving image media, i.e. the Internet, film, television, computer and video games. Publishes reports on children's and young people's media use. Has also launched a parents' site with information on childrens' internet use: www.mediebarn se (in Swedish). The classification of film is also within the scope of the Media Council.
The Swedish Media Council was founded January 1st, 2011, when the former Statens biografbyrå (National Board of Film Classification) merged with Medierådet (formerly also called The Swedish Media Council). The website includes a film database with all films classified since 1956 and information about the Swedish laws surrounding the film classification and a brief history.
Suomen Ääni- ja Kuvatallennetuottajat, ÄKT ry
The Finnish trade organisation for the record industry. Offers online statistics on phonogram sales and market volume.
Suomen elokuvasäätiö, Finlands filmstiftelse
Information and statistics about film production and distribution. The annual brochure 'Facts & Figures' presents key figures on film and cinema in Finland. The brochure also includes some data on DVD sales and rentals. Available on the website.
Suomen Filmikamari ry
Publishes comprehensive annual statistics on cinema film production, cinema distribution, attendance and cinema box office revenue statistics on video rentals and sales (in Finnish only).
Suomen Kustannusyhdistys ry, Finlands Förlagsförening
Branch organisation for book publishers in Finland. Provides data on members' book production and book sales.
Svenska barnboksinstitutet, SBI
SBI is a special library open to the public and an information centre for children's and young people's literature. Two of its aims is to be at the service of publishers, the media, libraries and other institutions and individuals and to assist in the provision of information on children's literature. The institute acts as an international contact body within the field. SBI publishes annual statistics on children's books.
Svenska Filminstitutet (SFI)
The Swedish Film Insitute publishes comprehensive annual statistics on cinema attendance and cinema film production. Statistics and a database on Swedish film productions available online. Annual reports and yearbooks.
Svenskarna och internet
Annual survey by the Internet Foundation in Sweden (ISS) mapping change and development in internet use among the Swedish population. The main report is published online and as a PDF-file in Swedish. An English summary is available online.
Branch organisation. Presents online information about their members' titles, and also provides information on the Swedish magazine market.
Market research agency. Provides data on internet use in Finland.
Telecommunication Markets in the Nordic and Baltic Countries
Online database providing comparable data on ICT services in the Nordic countries. The database is the result of a cooperation between the Nordic telecom regulatory authorities. The website also offers a report in English. The Baltic states are included from Spring 2014.