Research news | Norway | 6 Feb 2014

Academia and the media business in dialogue

During the second half of 2013, alumni-students from the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen organized media science evenings at Litteraturhuset in Bergen. They created the events they felt were missing when they were students.

NEWS | 3 Feb 2014

"Streaming has become mainstream"

In Denmark TV is still a popular activity, but watching traditonal linear TV has decreased during 2013. At the same time an increase in watching streamed programmes is noted, according to a new report from DR Media Research department.

Nordicom | 23 Jan 2014

Nordic gender and media in focus

The media can hinder or hasten the development towards gender equality. During 2014 Nordicom is creating Nordic Gender & Media Forum, a platform for discussion about gender equality in the film, journalism, advertising and computer games.


NYHET | 20 Jan 2014

Swedes and the Internet 2013

While Internet use in Sweden has stabilized, there is a clear mobile breakthrough. The time spent on mobile internet has more than tripled in two years, according to a new report from .SE.

NEWS | 20 Jan 2014

Bonnier ranks 40 among global top 50

The Swedish Bonnier Group ranks 40 among the world's 50 largest media companies, according to a ranking list provided by The Institute of Media and Communications Policy in Germany.

NEWSLETTER | 19 Jan 2014

Media freedom on the European agenda

In recent months there have been a growing number of attacks on media freedom, which have evoked strong reactions on the European political arena. Read more in the latest issue of European Media Policy from Nordicom.

Research Project | 15 Oct 2013

Research grant to Södertörn University

Professor Karl Magnus Johansson, School of Social Sciences, Södertörn University, has been granted SEK 2,600,000 from The Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies (Östersjöstiftelsen) to the project Interaction between Prime Minister and the Media in Finland, Lithuania and Sweden.
The project will to run from 2014 to 2016.