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Conference papers

Upcoming papers:

Pedersen, Truls & Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Diversity in the Norwegian news media landscape: A Semi-Automatic Big Data Analysis of Diversity Indicators in the News”, ECREA 8-12 November 2016.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Political Sources in the News: An Analysis of Source Diversity in Local, Metropolitan and National Newspapers in Norway”, International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, 18-20 September 2016.

Karlsson, Michael; Sjøvaag, Helle & Stavelin, Eirik (2016) “Networked Intermedia Agenda Setting: The Geography of a Hyperlinked Scandinavian News Ecology”, International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, 18-20 September 2016.

 

Recent papers:

Sjøvaag, Helle; Pedersen, Truls & Stavelin, Eirik (2016) “Diversity as Proxy for Measuring the Quality of News: Operationalizations for a Large-Scale Research Project on the Norwegian News Landscape” ICA 8-13 June 2016.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Measuring Diversity as Distance Using the Umbrella Model of Newspaper Markets”, World Media Economics and Management Conference, New York, 2-6 May.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) What to study when studying media diversity? The European Symposium on Media Policy 2015, Oslo 20 November.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) Operationalizing Diversity in the Norwegian News Market, NordMedia15, Copenhagen, 13-15 August.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) Introducing the Paywall: A Case Study of Content Changes in Four Online Newspapers, ICA 2015.

— w/ Eirik Stavelin & Hallvard Moe (2015) The Normalization of Public Service News on the Web: A longitudinal big data analysis of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s online news, ICA 2015

— w/ Torgeir Uberg Nærland & Erik Knudsen (2015), Mediating the Nordic Welfare Model: An External View of Factors Influencing Public Perception, ICA 2015.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Free versus Fee: Comparing Paid Content in Four Online Newspaper, “Re-inventing Journalism”, Winterthur, 5-6 February.

w/ Michael Karlsson (2014) From Content Analysis to Information Processing: Challenges and Solutions to Quantitative Content Analysis of Online Media, ECC ECREA, Lisboa, 12-15 November.

w/ Eirik Stavelin & Hallvard Moe (2014) The Transformation of Public Service News on the Web: A Longitudinal Large-Scale Content Analysis of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s Online News, ECC ECREA, Lisboa, 12-15 November

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Pre- and Post-Paywall Content Strategies in Schibsted’s Regional Newspapers, ECC ECREA, Lisboa, 12-15 November

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Homogenisation or Differentiation in Regional Newspaper Markets, ICA Seattle, May 2014.

— with Eirik Stavelin and Hallvard Moe (2014) Big Data Analysis of Public Service Broadcasting: Problems and Solutions in Longitudinal Semiautomatic Analysis of Online News, Panel presentation, Methodological Advances in Digital Content Analysis: Inductive and Deductive Approaches to ‘Big Data’ Research in Journalism Studies, ICA Seattle, May 2014.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Chain Ownership and Content Diversity: Schibsted’s Regional Newspapers in Norway, Journalistic Reorientations: The Online Challenges to Journalistic Ontology, University of Bergen, 11-12 June 2014.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Exclusive Content: Print and Online News Identities in Transition, Journalism in Transition: Crisis or Opportunity? Journalism Studies Section ECREA Conference, Thessaloniki, 28-29 March 2014

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) Local Identity in Print and Online News: A Comparison of Chain Newspapers across Regional Markets, Local Journalism around the World: Professional Practices, Economic Foundations, and Political Implications, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford University, 27-28 February 2014

 

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