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Hallvard Moe was the only media researcher in Norway’s media diversity committee, which submitted its report to the Minister of Culture on 07 March 2017.
With support from the Research Council of Norway, the graphics company Vizrt and the University of Bergen are developing a world-leading tool for online video editing.
The mobile phone has become the journalist's primary tool. New technologies are being integrated in the journalism and new media studies at the University of Bergen.
Selfie journalist and social media influencer Yusuf Omar inspired the audience at the Mobile spotting in the media-conference in Bergen.
Starting in 2017, six new programmes of professional studies will help students master the media landscape of the future.
Strategic communication is a new course at the University of Bergen. The course aims to educate students to think strategically – both as communicators and as citizens.
Professor Hallvard Moe is co-editor of a book on social media and election campaigns
The Regulation of Public Broadcasters’ New Media Services Across Europe
Part of the Changing Media, Changing Europe series
The Media Welfare State: Nordic Media in the Digital Era comprehensively addresses the central dynamics of the digitalization of the media industry in the Nordic countries.
The journalism study research group is pleased to invite you to a lecture by Maarit Jakkola, University of Tampere, Finland on the topic of Cultural Journalism in Finland.
The special journal issue ‘Trust in the media across Europe’, has just been published in the academic journal Communication Management Quarterly (CM).
Victor Kaptelinin has, together with Bonnie Nardi, just published a new book on Activity theory in HCI with Morgan & Claypool publishers
Professor Barbara Wasson, Interaction Research Group, has been awarded the contract for the Enabling Technology for Europe 2020 Educational Cluster by Johns Hopkins University, funded by Microsoft Europe. Barbara Wasson is the Education Cluster Research Lead and Øystein Johannessen from Cerpus AS is the Education Cluster Lead.
Professor Victor Kaptelinin has published a chapter on Activity Theory in the Encyclopedia of interaction design
The project investigates how the Internet impacts the roles and functions of journalism's normative foundations, its political economy, its professional practices, its democratic functions and its audiences.

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