The articles in this special issue explore and discuss the cultural, social and temporal understandings of the numerous complex ways in which people engage with and make use of different media types and technologies
Welcome to the 2021 summer issue of Nordicom's Nordic newsletter. Examples of content in this issue are the pandemic's consequences for the Nordic news media, an increasing media consumption in 2020, and a continued Nordic top position in the Digital News Report.
The information in these tables are derived from national surveys in Finland, Norway and Sweden. The tables are presented in addition to other radio tables presenting data based on electronic measures PPM (the radio industry currency), in order to provide longer time series on radio reach and listening time.
Annual surveys about TV viewing and radio listening in Greenland, published by KNR, the Greenlandic public service broadcaster. The report covers radio, tv, internet and social media. The reports are published in Danish and Greenlandic.
From the democratic functions of local journalism to polarisation in the climate debate on Twitter. New research, published by Nordicom at the University of Gothenburg, highlights how climate concerns shape the communications landscape of today.
Data based on the radio industry's official radio listening measurements in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden