From the research associations | Norway | 2 Jun 2016

Towards Future Media Landscape

The Norwegian media research association, Norsk Medieforskerlag, annual conference is held in Bergen 20-21. October with the theme
Towards future media landscape. Who says what to whom? Why, and how?
July 1 is the deadline for early bird registration.

NEWS | 25 Apr 2016

Continued decline in newspaper reading in Norway

Fewer people are reading newspapers in Norway. Reading of the print version shows the largest drop, but last year the reading online also declined, according to Statistics Norway’s Media Barometer survey 2015.

NEWS | 10 Mar 2016

The Creative Industry in Norway 2008-2014

The value creation in Norway's creative industries increased overall between 2008 and 2014, but the media industry stands out negatively. These are some of the results from a study by the BI Centre for Creative Industries in cooperation with the Menon consulting company.

NEWS | 16 Nov 2015

Norwegian media economy 2014

The Norwegian Media Authority has published its annual report on Norwegian media economy. It shows that commercial broadcasting has increased its revenues, but that the development of the media industry as a whole is marked by the decline in the newspaper economy.

Research center | 22 Oct 2015

New Center for Political Communication

POLKOM is the name of a research group at the Department of Media and Communication (IMK) at the University of Oslo.

Project | 8 Sep 2015

Go Global Games

Ministry of Culture and Innovation Norway contributes with five million NOK each in a new pilot project for export of Norwegian computer games.  The  project Go Global Games are scheduled for release in 2016.

Symposium | 4 Aug 2015

Global Journalism Symposium

The Global Journalism Symposium, 6 October 2015 in Kristiansand, Norway brings together scholars for a day of discussion and exchange.

NEWS | 28 May 2015

Norwegian Media Barometer 2014: Online papers larger than print

Online media use is going up. Increases in online newspaper reading and in streaming files from the Internet are two examples. At the same time, linear TV viewing is stable and radio listening is increasing, according to Statistics Norway’s annual media use survey, the Norwegian Media Barometer.

NEWS | 14 Oct 2014

Norwegian media economy 2013

Profitable newspapers, a strengthened position for commercial television, increasing revenue for advertising in online newspapers but also major cost reductions. These are some of the characteristics of the Norwegian media development, as described in a report on media economy by the Norwegian Media Authority.

NEWS | 10 Jun 2014

The Norwegian Newspaper Year 2013

The year 2013 was a less successful year for newspapers in Norway. Their circulation dropped heavily and advertising revenue from print fell even more, as presented in an annual report on the Norwegian newspaper year by media researcher Sigurd Høst.


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