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NEWS | 20 Apr 2021

Call for contributions to Open Access anthology about online surveillance

Person holdning a mobile phonePreliminary title: Everyday Life in the Culture of Surveillance. Editors: Coppélie Cocq, Jesper Enbom, Stefan Gelfgren, & Lars Samuelsson (all at Umeå University)

NEWS | 8 Apr 2021

Call for anthology chapters: Audiovisual content for children and adolescents in the Nordics

Call for anthology chapters: Audiovisual content for children and adolecents in the Nordics: Production, distribution, and reception in a multi-platform era. Deadline for abstracts: 15 June 2021. 

PUBLICATIONS | 8 Apr 2021

New Special Issue focuses on media systems in “the other” Nordic countries

Landscape with houses, Faroe Islands. A new Special Issue has just been published, entitled ”Media Systems in the other Nordic Countries and Autonomous Regions”. It focuses on the media systems in the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Sápmi and Åland. 

NEWS | 1 Apr 2021

NordMedia2021: The program is here

Colorful rooftops in Reykjavík, Iceland.

A preliminary program for the NordMedia2021 conference is set. The keynote speaker will be Professor Eugenia Siapera from the School of Information and Communication Studies at University College Dublin. The conference will also include a panel discussion focusing on the resilience of different types of media systems.

NEWS | 8 Feb 2021

15 free webinars: Catch up on Nordic media

Recording studioDid 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.

NEWS | 19 Jan 2021

Political communication: What is happening to the Nordic model?

Nordic flags outside the Swedish Parliament House in StockholmThe Nordic countries have been called a supermodel for political and economic governance. But as both political and media systems are changing, the Nordic model is challenged. A new anthology, published by Nordicom, examines political communication in the Nordic countries and questions the actuality of a clear-cut Nordic model.

NYHET | 7 Jan 2021

Call for papers: Nordic Journal of Media Studies 2022

Nordic Journal of Media Studies LoggaIn today’s media saturated environment, the battle for attention is more intensive than ever. Still, some events stand out and gather attention and momentum on a greater scale, for example large-scale sports events, presidential inaugurations, state funerals, the Eurovision Song Contest, major terrorist attacks, and natural disasters. 

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