NYHET | 11 apr 2016

New reports on TV news and public service news

What is happening to television news front coverTwo new reports from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford, digs deeper into the future of television news and public service media and the challenges they currently face. Both reports are part of the Digital News Project and have Danish media reseacher Rasmus Kleis Nielsen as co-author.

NYHET | 4 apr 2016

Public service news and digital media

Can public service news organisations stay competitive in a digital environment? A new Reuters Institute report shows that while some public service news organisations in Europe – notably the BBC in the UK and Yle in Finland – have invested heavily and are navigating the challenges brought by digital media well, others are struggling to adapt.

NYHET | 4 apr 2016

Media Pluralism Monitor Report 2015

The Media Pluralism Monitor aims to assess the risks to media pluralism in the EU countries. The 2015 results for Finland and Sweden, the two Nordic countries included in the study, show a generally good state for media pluralism, but with warning signs due to a concentration in media ownership. 

NYHET | 24 mar 2016

Trends in Europe’s audiovisual markets

The European Commission has published a number of studies, prepared in order to provide background facts for the ongoing review of the AVMS Directive. The reports cover aspects such as trends in the audiovisual markets and the protection of minors, and are free to download.

PUBLIKATIONER | 16 feb 2016

Teletext in Europe


Teletext is a medium that has been very much part of people's everyday lives across Europe for over forty years, but still a medium most often overlooked by media research.

It is a great pleasure for Nordicom to publish the research anthologyTeletext in Europe. From the Analog to the Digital Era, which will fill the gap of knowledge of teletext in Europe.

NYHETSBREV | 14 dec 2015

New issue of European Media Policy newsletter

European Media Policy reports about policy developments at the European level, as well as some international news. Read the new issue here.

NYHET | 3 dec 2015

Media use in the EU countries

In a European comparison, the people of the Nordic countries are fairly avid radio listeners and readers of written press, but watch traditional TV at an EU average level or slightly less. As for Internet-related activities such as watching TV via the Internet, using online social networks or the Internet on the whole, the Nordics are at the top, according to the Eurobarometer surveys.

NYHET | 27 nov 2015

Open access resources on media law in Europe

The  implementation of the Audiovisual Media Service Directive and the public service media remit are the subjects of two open access resources, recently launched by the European Audiovisual Observatory.

Conference | 18 nov 2015

The Free Daily Press in Europe 1995-2015

The free daily newspaper was created in Scandinavian countries in the mid-1990s. Today it's part of the everyday life of millions of Europeans.
The Free Daily Press in Europe 1995-2015  is an event aimed to promote an indepth debate on this particular massmedium that has been circulating in cities for the past 20 years.

Abstracts must reach the scientific committee by 30 November 2015.


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