Newsletters

Here, you can read and subscribe to Nordicom's newsletters, highlighting media development and media policy issues in the Nordic region and Europe.
 

The newsletters are published three to four times a year, and subscriptions are free. You can cancel your subscription at any time by following the link in the e-mail. You choose which newsletter you want to subscribe to:

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Media Trends in the Nordic Countries

The newsletter Media Trends in the Nordic Countries highlights topics such as media use, media market and media policy issues, reporting on developments and current research in the field. The newsletter gives the reader an overview of media trends in the Nordic countries and puts the Nordic region in a European and global context. 
 
The newsletter, published 3–4 times a year, is also available in Swedish.
 

Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2021 (2) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2021 (1) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2020 (3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2020 (2) - September (online version only)
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2020 (1) - April  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019 (3) - December  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019 (2) - September  | Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2019 (1) - March   |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018 (3) - December  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018 (2) - October  | Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2018 (1) - April  |  Online version
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017 (3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017 (2) - September
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2017 (1) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016 (3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016 (2) - September
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2016 (1) - April
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015 (3) - December
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015 (2) - June
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2015 (1) - March
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2014 (2) - November
Media Trends in the Nordic Countries 2014 (1) - June

 

European Media Policy

The newsletter European Media Policy provides an update on policy developments at the European level. It concentrates on news from the European Union: current issues and trends in media policy, new proposals for legislation, debates in the European Parliament, recently taken or impending policy decisions and reactions among those concerned, new support programmes, EU studies in the field, etc. There is also some coverage of policy developments in the Council of Europe and at the international level.
 
The newsletter is published three times a year and only in English.

European Media Policy 2021 (1) - april
European Media Policy 2020 (3) - december
European Media Policy 2020 (2) - september
European Media Policy 2020 (1) - mars
European Media Policy 2019 (3) - december
European Media Policy 2019 (2) - augusti
European Media Policy 2019 (1) - mars
European Media Policy 2018 (3) - november
European Media Policy 2018 (2) - juni
European Media Policy 2018 (1) - mars
European Media Policy 2017 (3) - november
European Media Policy 2017 (2) - augusti
European Media Policy 2017 (1) - mars
European Media Policy 2016 (3) - december
European Media Policy 2016 (2) - augusti
European Media Policy 2016 (1) - april
European Media Policy 2015 (3) - december
European Media Policy 2015 (2) - augusti
European Media Policy 2015 (1) - april
European Media Policy 2014 (3) - december
European Media Policy 2014 (2) - september
European Media Policy 2014 (1) - april
European Media Policy 2013 (2) - november
European Media Policy 2013 (1) - maj

 

Previous issues and newsletters

Are you interested in reading previous issues of our newsletters, or any of our older newsletters that have ceased to be published? You are welcome to contact us at info@nordicom.gu.se
 

  • Nordic Media Policy, 2004–2012 (replaced by Media Trends in the Nordic Countries)
  • Nordic Media Policy, 2004-2012
  • On the International Agenda, 2007–2011