Denmark is a small country, and it is said that it has a strong sense of social cohesion. Could that be because all Danes read the same news and watch the same TV channels? Maybe.
We will look at the Danish media landscape - the printed press and their political and journalistic starting point, and at two of the most watched TV stations in Denmark: Danmarks Radio - a national public service - and TV2.
We will also look at the spread and influence of social media in the country, and at what it means for ‘traditional media’ that social media plays a larger role when it comes to the news.
The talk is in English, you are welcome to ask questions in English or Danish.
Lecturer: Jonas Hindsholm
It takes place:
Friday 17 September 16:30 - 18:00
Studieskolen, Borgergade 12, 1st floor, room 108-110
It's free, but please register below.