About NordMedia

NordMedia has been held every second year since 1973, and migrates between the five Nordic countries. Each country thus hosts the conference every tenth year. The NordMedia conference provides a space for researchers to not only present research findings, but also to discuss and share work in progress and developing ideas. The conference includes paper presentations and workshops in parallel sessions distributed across different divisions and working groups, as well as plenary sessions around the theme of the conference. 
All conferences since 1979 have been documented by Nordicom and are available on Nordicom’s website. Documentations of conferences prior to 1997 are only available in print.
Previous Conferences
• Malmö, Sweden, 2019 
• Tampere, Finland, 2017 
• Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015 
• Oslo, Norway, 2013 
• Akureyri, Iceland, 2011 
• Karlstad, Sweden, 2009 
• Helsinki, Finland, 2007 
• Aalborg, Denmark, 2005 
• Kristiansand, Norway, 2003 
• Reykjavik, Iceland, 2001 
• Kungälv, Sweden, 1999 
• Jyväskylä, Finland, 1997 
• Helsingør, Denmark, 1995
• Trondheim, Norway, 1993
• Reykjavik, Iceland, 1991
• Öland, Sweden, 1989
• Helsinki, Finland, 1987
• Fuglsø, Denmark, 1985
• Volda, Norway, 1983
• Reykjavik, Iceland, 1981
• Umeå, Sweden, 1979
• Orivesi, Finland, 1977
• Bjerringbro, Denmark, 1975
• Voksenåsen, Norway, 1973
NordMedia is organised by a planning committee consisting of the five national media and communication research associations working in collaboration with Nordicom. A host institution is proposed by the national research organisation of the host nation. The work of the planning committee is normally organised around regular online meetings.
The host university creates a local organising committee. This committee will have contact with chairs/co-chairs/participants as well as organize meetings with the Nordic committee throughout the planning process.

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