Johan Silfversten Bergman from Sweden was at the Space seminar excited to hear about the close integration between developers and journalists.
”The internet enables those tasks to be performed remotely, and other newspaper chains have made similar moves.”
Earlier this year, Skövde Nyheter reappeared as a free weekly in the Swedish city of Skövde and the response from readers and advertisers was extremely positive.
Smålänningen, published in Ljungby (pop 27,000) in southern Sweden, began a new era three weeks prior to its 90-years birthday.
SNDS chairman Anders Tapola took the journey around social media in search for good news but also notice the hate on the Internet after the Norway tragedy
Svenåke Boström from Sundsvalls Tidning in Sweden is eager to learn the experience from weekend subscriptions.