Nordicom Review, a refereed journal, provides a major forum for media and communication researchers in the Nordic countries. This semi-annual journal is addressed to the international scholarly community.
In 2013, the value of the Finnish mass media market amounted to around EUR 4.1 billion. It was nearly three per cent less than the year before. Except for television and web advertising, all media sectors showed negative changes 2012-2013, according to annual data on the mass media market by Statistics Finland.
In the past twenty years, the Internet has become part of many Swedes’ everyday life. And still, the Internet continues to spread to more and more Swedes, in both access and use. More people are also connecting more frequently during the day, and the time spent online is growing. Behind this trend is the increased use of smartphones and tablets, according to the report Swedes and the Internet 2014 by .SE, the Internet Infrastructure Foundation.
Nordic Statistical Yearbook is published for the 52nd time. The book, which is published by the Nordic Council of Ministers, provides a comprehensive statistics on the life in the Nordic countries and shed lights on both similarities and differences.
[NORDICOM] Is there a need for coordinated Nordic cultural statistics? If so, what are the possibilities to create such a knowledge resource? This was discussed by a group of representatives of politics, practice and research at a Nordic expert meeting in October, organized by Nordicom.
The two keynote speakers for the NordMedia 2015 conference have now been announced: Professor Franc Biocca, Director of Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University and Associate Professor Lee Humphreys, Department of Communication, Cornell University.
[NORDICOM] How can the media industry promote gender equality? What difference can activists make? How can research contribute to developing and sharing knowledge? These issues are in focus at a seminar in Vilnius in December.
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