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  • 1.
    Olsen, Ragnhild Kr.
    et al.
    Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway.
    Solvoll, Mona K.
    Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway.
    Theoretical perspectives on crisis, resilience, and innovation2024In: Innovation Through Crisis: Journalism and News Media in Transition / [ed] M. K. Solvoll & R. Kr. Olsen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2024, p. 19-42Chapter in book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This chapter describes how the concepts of crisis, resilience, and innovation are well-suited for capturing how Norwegian news media dealt with the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic posed threats to public health, leading to increased urgency for accurate information dissemination. As such, the crisis served as a catalyst, accelerating changes in news production, distribution, consumption, and business models. Persistence reflects resilience as the ability to regain stability and get back to “business as usual”, adaptability as resilience refers to large adjustments in professional practices in response, while transformability brings radical long-lasting renewal of the whole organisation. Presenting a normative view of innovation in journalism, this chapter focuses on value creation, improvement, and novelty. Innovation involves adjusting existing products or services and introducing new ideas perceived as novel by audiences. This coincides with the transformation of journalism from physical news products to digitalised services. Summarising insights from different strands of innovation literature, we identify a set of internal factors, or building blocks, of journalism innovation: resources, technology, organisation, management, culture, and business model.

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    Solvoll, Mona K.
    Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway.
    Innovations in resilience strategies during the Covid-19 pandemic2024In: Innovation Through Crisis: Journalism and News Media in Transition / [ed] M. K. Solvoll & R. Kr. Olsen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2024, p. 43-64Chapter in book (Refereed)
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    This chapter addresses innovation initiatives in Norwegian news media in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020. Based on a mapping survey among 24 top and middle Norwegian news media managers, the analysis reveals three strategies for coping and recovering from a crisis: bouncing back, bouncing forward, and bouncing beyond. Several news media bounced back from Covid-19 in a swift recovery from the crisis while maintaining and improving existing activities through incremental innovations. Other news media bounced forward by absorbing the crisis and exploring innovation possibilities in new service offerings, distribution channels, and markets. A few news media bounced beyond, suggesting that news media adapted to the crisis by digitalising the newsroom and reorganising towards more service-based mindsets, community engagement, and value co-creation.

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    Solvoll, Mona K.
    et al.
    Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway.
    Olsen, Ragnhild Kr.Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway.
    Innovation Through Crisis: Journalism and News Media in Transition2024Collection (editor) (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This book provides insights into the interplay between crisis, resilience, and innovation within news media. Examining how Norwegian news media adapted and innovated during the Covid-19 pandemic, it offers new knowledge on news organisations’ resilience strategies and their ability to create value for themselves, their audiences, and for the broader society during times of unprecedented uncertainty. Through a diverse array of qualitative and quantitative methods, the research presented uncovers how crises serve as both opportunities for innovation and threats to journalism practices and businesses.

    Drawing on perspectives from journalism and media innovation studies, management and organisational research, and innovation theory, the empirical investigation identifies three overarching themes: the crisis as a catalyst for innovation, a critical test of resilience, and an amplifier of value creation. Through several empirical studies, we demonstrate how the Covid-19 pandemic prompted urgency- and ambition-driven innovation in Norwegian news media. This research showcases how organisations rapidly adapted to the crisis using digital tools, and how they introduced new services, amplifying economic and social value creation while navigating challenges to news workers’ well-being.

    In conclusion, the theoretical perspectives on crisis, resilience, and innovation shed light on the transformative journey of Norway’s news media during the Covid-19 crisis, offering valuable insights for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers alike.

    Mona K. Solvoll is associate professor at the School of Communication, Leadership and Marketing at Kristiania University College, Norway. Ragnhild Kr. Olsen is associate professor at the Department of Journalism and Media Studies at Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway.

    The research in the book originates from the “Media Innovation Through the Corona Crisis” project at the BI Norwegian Business School (2020–2021), funded by the Research Council of Norway.

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    Solvoll, Mona K.
    et al.
    Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway.
    Olsen, Ragnhild Kr.
    Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway.
    Introduction: The innovation response to the Covid-19 crisis2024In: Innovation Through Crisis: Journalism and News Media in Transition / [ed] M. K. Solvoll & R. Kr. Olsen, Nordicom, University of Gothenburg , 2024, p. 7-18Chapter in book (Other academic)
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