Empowering stories

In an era where change and innovation are key for business, the Norwegian Media Cluster is a success story. Learn how 100 companies, universities and research facilities empower stories.

Gear up for Future Week in September

Save the dates; 27 Sept - 1 Oct 2021. We are opening up our Media City headquarters for Future Week. You are all free to attend more than 50 different events this week, and most of them are FREE and open to all. And for the first time, there will also be Future Week events in Oslo and Stavanger.

07.05.21

How will we communicate post covid? The ten lessons we learned the last year

Just as we used to before, obviously, but still – so different. In only one year, we have seen a forced development and innovation that has pushed digital and virtual communication to new heights, culminating last week as His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway visited California on the first-ever virtual state visit, live-streamed from both Norway and San Francisco.
07.05.21

Et nerdete forum klyngens datajournalister

MCB JoLab: Datajournalistikknettverket er en ny satsing for datajournalister og redaksjonelle utviklere som ligger under MCB JoLab-paraplyen. Målet er å opprette et felles faglig forum for denne faggruppen hvor erfaringsdeling og kompetanseheving står i fokus.
04.05.21

Media City Bergen accepted into the JournalismAI Challenge

– An important and interesting project, and a unique opportunity to work together with leading international publishers, says Lars Helle, Editor in Chief in Stavanger Aftenblad. They will be part of the Norwegian team from the Media Cluster, in good company with The Guardian, Deutsche Welle, Sveriges Radio, and others. The teams will work together to create new tools for the future newsroom.
30.04.21

Medieklyngen tatt opp i det internasjonale JournalismAI-prosjektet

– Et utrolig viktig og interessant prosjekt, og en stor mulighet til å jobbe sammen med internasjonalt ledende mediehus, sier Lars Helle, Sjefredaktør i Stavanger Aftenblad, som nå skal delta som en del av det norske teamet fra medieklyngen. Internasjonale mediehus som The Guardian, Deutche Welle og Sveriges Radio er også tatt opp i programmet, og sammen skal teamene jobbe det neste halve året for å skape nye redaksjonelle verktøy.

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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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