NCE Media

The Norwegian Media Cluster has been awarded a Centre of Expertise status from Innovation Norway, and has its own cluster organization, NCE Media (Norwegian Center of Expertise in Media).

Klyngebedriftene omsetter for 16,3 milliarder årlig

Medieklyngens medlemmer genererer aktivitet tilsvarende en årlig omsetning på 16,3 milliarder. Det viser en fersk rapport fra Menon Economics. Rapporten beregner også sysselsettingseffekten fra klyngeaktivitetene til hele 11400 ansatte. "Ringvirkningene fra klyngens aktiviteter er betydelige", sier styreleder i klyngen, Håvard Myklebust.

22.06.21

16.3 Billion Turnover in the Media Cluster

The Media Cluster members generate activity equivalent to 16.3 billion in turnover per year, as shown in a new report from Menon Economics. The report also calculates the total employment level effects in the cluster to 11.400 employees. "The ripple effects from the cluster's activities are significant", says Haavard Myklebust, chair of the board.
16.06.21

Etablerer Norges første sportsjournalistikkonferanse

Under Future Week i Bergen fra 27. september - 1. oktober gjennomføres Norges aller første sportsjournalistikkonferanse. Hold av 30. september.
16.06.21

Launching Norway's first sports journalism conference

During Future Week from 27 September - 1 October, Norway's first sports journalism conference is being launched. Save the date: 30 September.
16.06.21

A record-breaking number of attendees for mcb tech .21

From more than 19 countries all over the world, the audience witness world-leading voices within the future of journalism, the future of democracy in the digital age, and the future with new technology and AI.

Members in the Norwegian Media Cluster

The Norwegian Media Cluster has evolved into an exciting international environment, with more than 100 companies and six major universities and research facilities among its members.

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