World Press Freedom Index 2020, equality in news media and media use among Swedes are among the most read content of 2020. Here are the highlights from the past year.
Nordicom will establish a new forum to identify and coordinate researchers in MIL – media and information literacy. The venture is part of the national MIL Sweden Network launched by the Swedish Media Council upon the commission of the Government in Sweden.
Scopus has now released their cite scores for 2019. The score for the journal Nordicom Review increases substantially, from 0.8 to 1.2. The journal shows constant increase of its cite score value during the past few years.
Nordicom has joined the network MIK Sverige [MIL Sweden], coordinated by the Swedish Media Council. Media and information literacy – MIL, or MIK in Swedish – is a key competence for all ages to be able to find, analyse and evaluate media content as well as communicate and participate in debates and discussions.
Nordicom has initiated cooperation with Kriterium, a Swedish platform for quality control and peer review of scientific Open Access books. Monographs and anthologies under consideration by Nordicom may now be sent to Kriterium for expert peer review, increased readership and a clear stamp of approval. The collaboration is a natural step for two organisations seeking to stimulate and support Swedish and Nordic research and researchers.
Welcome to our virtual “book table”! This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Nordic Media Days is moving its programme online – and we are turning our annual book table into a digital presentation of the latest news from Nordicom and medianorway. All literature and services are Open Access.
Differences in Swedish and Danish media coverage of #MeToo, media use among Swedes, and replacing licence fees with public service tax in the Nordic countries are among the most read content of 2019. Here are the highlights from the past year.
In 2020, Nordicom Review will shift to digital-only publishing to further develop the quality of the digital edition.
Nordicom will launch a new digital research platform at the NordMedia conference in August 2019. The platform will serve as an online resource for connecting Nordic media researchers and making Nordic media research more accessible.
The male dominated media industry, newspapers trends in the Nordic countries and new media policy guidelines in Finland are among the most read news of 2018. We list the news highlights from the year that passed.