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NEWS | 26 Mar 2020

Finnish media and communication policy followed up by new report

The Finnish Ministry of Communications has published a report assessing Finnish media communication and media policy and the media industry. The report monitors the developments on the basis of indicators proposed in a previous 2018 report.

NEWS | 26 Mar 2020

A method to assess Norwegian media development

Cover Media Authoritys media pluralism reportIn a recent report, the Norwegian Media Authority maps media pluralism in Norway. This is the first step in a new model aiming to monitor and assess media development.

NEWSLETTER | 24 Mar 2020

A new issue of European Media Policy is here

logo European Media Policy newsletterMedia policy is maybe not what European policymakers think most about these days. But the media are both involved in and affected by the coronavirus health crisis. This in turn has had repercussions on current policies as well as those under development. Read more in our European Media Policy newsletter.

NEWS | 18 Mar 2020

The Nordics – Europe’s most avid online consumers

Cover It-anvendelse i befolkningen 2019When it comes to online shopping, social media and Internet of Things, the Nordics are in the forefront. This is shown when Statistics Denmark compares IT habits in the Nordic countries and the EU.

NEWS | 12 Mar 2020

2019 was a turbulent year for the Danish media market

The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has just published their annual report “Media Development 2019”, which describes the Danish population’s media usage. 2019 was influenced by savings and conflicts that undoubtedly will affect future Danish media usage.

New publication | 10 Mar 2020

The Global Audience of Danish Television Drama

A new anthology, "The Global Audience of Danish Television Drama", edited by Pia Majbritt Jensen and Ushma Chauhan Jacobsen, sheds light on the global success of Danish television drama and explores the theoretical implications for audience studies.

NEWS | 20 Feb 2020

Children’s opportunities and risks online surveyed

In a recently released report from the EU Kids Online project, the findings from a survey of children aged 9–16 years from 19 European countries, including Finland and Norway, are presented.

NEWS | 20 Feb 2020

Norwegian children’s media use 2020

In Norway, 90 per cent of children between the ages of 9 and 18 use social media, according to a new report from the Norwegian Media Authority. Youtube is the most popular social media platform, followed by Snapchat, Tik Tok and Instagram. The report also shows that more than 40 per cent of teenagers between 13 and 18 years old have seen frightening or violent content online.

NEWS | 14 Feb 2020

Increase for audio books in Norway and Denmark

More and more people listen to audio books, but still, the paper book is top notch. Two current reports examine book trends in the digital society.

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