Cover of publication: Comparing Gender and Media Across the Globe
A Cross-National Study of the Qualities, Causes, and Consequences of Gender Equality in and through the News Media
Nordicom, 2020, 338 sid
280,00 kr
28,00 EUR

Nordicom Review 41 (Special Issue 1) 2020. Dark Screens: The Geopolitics of Nordic Television Drama

Undefined
0,00 kr

Omslag Nordicom Review Special Issue

 

This  Special Issue of Nordicom Review, titled “Dark Screens: The geopolitics of Nordic television drama”, focuses on geopolitical television produced in and/or focusing on the region of Norden.

 

Editors: Pei-Sze Chow, Robert A. Saunders & Anne Marit Waade.

Nordic Journal of Media Studies no 2: 2020. What is Nordic in Nordic Media Studies?

Undefined

 

 

This is the second issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies, titled "What is Nordic in Nordic Media Studies". It discusses what it means to be a "Nordic" Journal of Media Studies and what is the specific Nordic quality such a journal would embrace.

 

Editors: Göran Bolin and Anne Jerslev

What is Nordic in Nordic Media Studies?
Omslag Mediebarometern 2019
Author: 
Nordicom Sverige, 2020, 120 sid

Nordicom’s coverage of the media development is reported under News and Further Reading and in two newsletters: Media Trends in the Nordic Countries (also available in Scandinavian) and European Media Policy .

Download the newsletters in PDF-format below or read the online version. (As of September 2020, the Nordic newsletter is available in online version only)

Welcome to subscribe to our newsletters, it's free and scheduled to come out three times a year.

     

 

Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2020(2) - September (online version only)
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2020(1) - April  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019(3) - December  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019(2) - September  | Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019(1) - March   |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018(3) - December  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018(2) - October  | Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018(1) - April  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017(3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017 (2) - September
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017(1) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016(3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016(2) - September
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016(1) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015(3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015(2) - June
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015(1) - March
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2014(2) - November
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2014(1) - June

European Media Policy

European Media Policy 2020(2) - September
European Media Policy 2020(1) - March
European Media Policy 2019 (3) - December
European Media Policy 2019 (2) - August
European Media Policy 2019 (1) - March
European Media Policy 2018 (3) - November
European Media Policy 2018 (2) - June
European Media Policy 2018 (1) - March
European Media Policy 2017 (3) - November
European Media Policy 2017(2) - August
European Media Policy 2017(1) - March
European Media Policy 2016(3) - December
European Media Policy 2016(2) - August
European Media Policy 2016(1) - April
European Media Policy 2015(3) - December
European Media Policy 2015(2) - August
European Media Policy 2015(1) - April
European Media Policy 2014(3)- December
European Media Policy 2014(2) - September
European Media Policy 2014(1) - April
European Media Policy 2013(2) - November
European Media Policy 2013(1) - May

For previous issues, see below.

Earlier issues

Earlier issues of the newsletters Nordic Media Policy (2004-2012), European Media Policy (2004-2012) and On the International Agenda (2007-2011) can be found here. 

Nordic Media Policy, 2004-2012

This newsletter is replaced by Media Trends in the Nordic Countries, see above.

Read earlier issues here: Nordic Media Policy, 2004-2012

European Media Policy, 2004-2012

Read earlier issues here: European Media Policy, 2005-2012

On the International Agenda, 2007-2011

Read earlier issues here: On the International Agenda, 2007-2011

 


Women are underrepresented in the news media in almost every country in the world. A new study published by Nordicom shows that it will be several decades before the news media reaches gender equality.

Pages

Subscribe to Nordicom RSS