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.
Which are the largest Nordic media companies? What challenges do the smallest Nordic media systems meet? And does the "Nordic model" really exist? Find out more in this year's first issue of Nordicom's Nordic newsletter.
Welcome to a new issue of European Media Policy newsletter, covering the latest developments related to tech regulation, freedom of speech, digital tax, artificial intelligence, and general media.
Nordicom presents a new factsheet series on media in the Nordic region. Find out about the top 25 media companies, the largest newspaper companies, and what differs in terms of VAT rates in the Nordic countries.
In last year’s report, there was no doubt that 2020 would be a different media year for Denmark. 2019 was a year of savings and conflicts, leading to restructuring and shutdowns of several media channels in 2020. And then the pandemic hit. In this annual report, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) looks back at the media year of 2020 and the impact the coronavirus had on the Danes’ media habits.
The development of the media landscape continues to be characterised by digitalisation. In addition, the Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to more people turning to professional news media, while their advertising revenues continue to decline. The fourteenth edition of Nordicom’s recurring publication MedieSverige provides the reader with lots of facts and information about the Swedish media landscape.
Did you miss out on an interesting webinar during 2020? Don’t worry, many of them are still available to watch. Here you will find 15 webinars focusing on media usage, media trends and journalism in the Nordic countries, all for free.
On 15 december the EU Commission unveiled a new rulebook for digital platforms. The bigger the platform, the tougher the rules. Find out more in this new issue of our European newsletter.
Three Swedish authorities with responsibilities to protect children and youth and strengthen their rights recently published guidelines for online content creators. The purpose of the guide is to make the online environment aimed at young people more safe.
Welcome to a new issue of our European Media Policy newsletter, providing an update on policy developments at the European level, concentrating on news from the EU.