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The articles in this special issue subscribe to a large extent to the concept of hyperlocal media operations presented by Metzgar and colleagues (2011) – that is, hyperlocals are characterised by distinct geographical boundaries and by original content that focuses on the local community.
Editors: Carl-Gustav Lindén, Jaana Hujanen and Katja Lehtisaari
Call for papers: Nordicom Review Special Issue. Title: ‘Class in/and the media’. Deadline for abstract submissions: 15 November 2019
Digital technologies are currently changing the way we talk to one another and the way organisations and politics communicates with citizens. But digital does not necessarily mean better understanding. In this anthology, researchers from across Europe explores new inequalities created by the digital transformation.
Editor: Josef Trappel
This is the first issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies, titled "Disrupting Media Infrastructures". It duscusses the current changes that the media industry is going through. Due to digitalization, production networks are now possible across the world, making new ways of distributing content and building business models.
Editors: Kirsten Frandsen and Hanne Bruun
Researchers at the Danish School of Media and Journalism have studied how the Danish population perceive and comprehend news. Among the unexpected results was that social media has less significance for opinion building than anticipated.
Welcome to a new issue of our European Media Policy newsletter. Read about the new EU Commission’s tough approach to tech giants, vows to fight disinformation, planned regulations for digital services, and more in this Open Access newsletter.
The Swedish Media Barometer is an annual survey that analyses daily media use on different platforms among the Swedish population. The results from the 2018 survey shows, among other things, that fewer read newspapers and that online TV consumption is growing.