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NEWS | 9 Mar 2015

Fragmented TV viewing, but still large channels

[NORDICOM] Linear TV: Two television channels each in all the Nordic countries have about half of the respective countries’ viewing time combined. And despite declining reach, three channels – of which two are in Finland – are watched by half the population on an average day.

NEWS | 12 Feb 2015

TV viewing in the Nordic countries in 2014

[NORDICOM] Viewing of traditional TV continued to fall in Denmark and Sweden last year, while Finland reached its highest viewing time ever and Norway also noted an increase. This is shown in Nordicom’s comparisons of the 2014 TV data from the national survey institutes in the Nordic countries.

NEWS | 22 Jan 2015

EAO Yearbook: Market stagnation despite growth in VoD and pay TV

The European audiovisual market experienced a year of stagnation in 2013. And worldwide the European audiovisual media groups have lost more than five per cent of their global market share over the last five years, according to the EAO Yearbook 2014.

Conference Report | 5 May 2014

Making Television in the 21st Century

Fresh insights and global perspectives dominated the Making Television in the 21st Century Conference held in Aarhus University, Denmark from October 24-26, 2013. The common thread uniting the wide-ranging talks was the pursuit to provide updated models and methods to make sense of the evolving medium.

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NEWS | 5 May 2014

New five-year agreement to support Nordic films and TV

The Nordic culture ministers have together with Nordic film institutes and television stations announced a new five-year agreement with the Nordisk Film & TV Fond.

NEWS | 14 Feb 2014

TV-viewing in the Nordic countries decreases

[NORDICOM] TV-viewing in the Nordic countries decreased in 2013. Denmark shows the largest change, while the situation in Finland is rather stable. This is shown in data from the national survey institutes, compiled by Nordicom.


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