Media habits and the media landscape are changing at a surprising pace. In a recent report, medianorway summarizes some of the key trends and developments in the Norwegian media field in recent years.
Media use has moved to online platforms and is becoming increasingly mobile. We read news, watch videos, and stream audio books and music on our mobile phones, which has consequences for both our media habits and the media content. At the same time, Norwegian media companies are challenged by the growing pressure from global competitors.
medianorway’s report Medieåret 2016-2017. Medieutvikling i Norge [The Media Year 2016-2017. Media development in Norway] is an attempt to capture and describe some of the changes the media are experiencing. It is published in Norwegian, but statistics in English can be found on medianorway’s website.
More information: medianorway is a public information centre located at the University of Bergen and financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture, with the objective of documenting media trends and development in Norway. medianorway compiles Norwegian media statistics from a number of different sources and publishes the data on the Internet, and is part of Nordicom’s Nordic media statistics network.