Women are underrepresented in the news media in almost every country in the world. If progress does not accelerate, it will be several decades before the news media reaches gender equality. These are results from a study published by Nordicom, in which a group of researchers have developed a new index, measuring gender equality in the news media.
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.
To all readers of MedieSverige 2019, Nordicom’s comprehensive overview of today’s media landscape in Sweden, the search for updates is over.
Reduce geoblocking for Nordic public service TV online. This is suggested in a report examining how people in the Nordics could get access to more Nordic TV programmes, published by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
Never before has so much TV drama been co-produced across Nordic boundaries. The Nordvision 2018 results show a new record for collaboration on drama between the Nordic public service companies
Digitalisation has been a major game-changer for the media industry as well as for its audiences. The publication MedieSverige 2019 gives the reader an up-to-date and broad overview of today's Swedish media landscape. (Publication in Swedish, summary in English)
In Greenland, the population spends far more time on TV and radio than in the rest of the Nordic region. But Internet use is lagging behind. This is according to a unique research report on the media in Greenland.
Do you want to know more about media economics, newspapers, magazines, radio and television in Finland? Download Statistic Finland’s five new articles on the development of the Finnish media market.
The public service media house NRK makes a positive contribution to media plurality in Norway, and its online operations do not seem to place significant constraints on the market competition. These are the Norwegian Media Authority’s main conclusions in a report presented in April.
2017 was a record-breaking year for Nordvision, the Nordic public service partnership. Never before has so much TV been co-produced across the Nordic borders. In the future, a stronger collaboration in Nordic drama will meet the competition from global streaming giants.