NORDLJUD

The Nordic Student Radio network 

 

Nordljud is a collaborative project between student radio stations in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Nordljud has a purpose of including all student radios in the Nordic countries, who want to support a broader Nordic collaboration amongst broadcasters.

You can find the webpage of Nordljud here!

As of now, the project includes the following organisations:

Studentradion i Sverige (SRS)

Studentradioene i Norge (SIN)

LiMu Radio Finland

 

If you are interested in collaborating with us: nordljud@studentradion.se

Our mission

Nordljud's goal is to build a network that connects radio producers throughout the Nordic region. We want to help build an effective structure that enables them to develop skills such as producers, journalists, technicians, etc. and share their content on a larger platform.

 

The goals for the network are:

  • Strengthen Student Radio work locally.
  • Promote radio-focused exchanges within in the Nordics, facilitating mutual cultural understanding and networking with the next generation of media professionals.
  • Exchange music and give emerging artists from the Nordic countries access to a bigger audience.
  • Share news and information regarding student life and topics that matter to students and young people across the Nordics.
  • Exchange information on good practices and how to produce good quality student radio.

Most importantly this is an organisation led by students, for students. Any decision made by Nordljud will always start from the very important question first: ‘Is this helping students in the Nordic countries?’. 

What do we do? 

KEEP KALMAR RADIO PROGRAM 

Keep Kalmar is Nordljud’s radio program that broadcasts live from Radio AF in Lund on Sundays at 17:00.

Hosted by Mattias Carlberg, Keep Kalmar is about sharing stories, experiences and discussions across the borders in a friendly talk-show format.The show is also aired on K103 Göteborgs Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00, Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00, and as a podcast on Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud. K103 Gothenburg Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00 Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00 and as a podcast at Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud.

You can listen to the episodes here.

Music Collaboration 

Nordljud aims to share and promote music from Nordic artists. Therefore, a music playlist is updated on a weekly basis with songs being played on the collaborative radio program Keep Kalmar. The music is chosen by a music group composed of one member of each country part of the network.

 

Music Editors:

  • Magnus Thune – Norway
  • Eva Gustavfsson – Sweden
  • Josephine Givsko-Salminen – Denmark
  • Santeri Nikula – Finland

Read more about the music collaboration here.

Nordljud Team

Our all-volunteer team works hard and with passion to expand the network, run the Keep Kalmar radio program also as sharing and promoting music from Nordic artists.

Alexander Maxia
Co-Founder and Collaboration manager

Josephine Givsko-Salminen
Music Editor   

Mattias Carlberg
Producer of Keep Kalmar

Magnus Thune
Co-Founder and Norway coordinator

Santeri Nikula
Music manager and Finland coordinator

Eva Gustavfsson
Music Editor

Eden Maclachlan
Project Manager

Marcus Amasalidis
Radio Host

Future Plans

Nordljud is currently working on different projects in order to offer as many opportunities as possible to Studentradio broadcasters on their learning journey and broaden their horizons.

Follow our journey!

NORDLJUD

The Nordic Student Radio network 

 

Nordljud is a collaborative project between student radio stations in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Nordljud has a purpose of including all student radios in the Nordic countries, who want to support a broader Nordic collaboration amongst broadcasters.

 

As of now, the project includes the following organisations:

Studentradion i Sverige (SRS)

Studentradioene i Norge (SIN)

LiMu Radio Finland

 

If you are interested in collaborating with us: nordljud@hotmail.com

 

If you are interested in collaborating with us: nordljud@studentradion.se

You can find the webpage of Nordljud here!

Our mission

Nordljud's goal is to build a network that connects radio producers throughout the Nordic region. We want to help build an effective structure that enables them to develop skills such as producers, journalists, technicians, etc. and share their content on a larger platform.

 

The goals for the network are:

  • Strengthen Student Radio work locally.
  • Promote radio-focused exchanges within in the Nordics, facilitating mutual cultural understanding and networking with the next generation of media professionals.
  • Exchange music and give emerging artists from the Nordic countries access to a bigger audience.
  • Share news and information regarding student life and topics that matter to students and young people across the Nordics.
  • Exchange information on good practices and how to produce good quality student radio.

Most importantly this is an organisation led by students, for students. Any decision made by Nordljud will always start from the very important question first: ‘Is this helping students in the Nordic countries?’. 

What do we do? 

KEEP KALMAR RADIO PROGRAM

Keep Kalmar is Nordljud’s radio program that broadcasts live from Radio AF in Lund on Sundays at 17:00.

Hosted by Mattias Carlberg, Keep Kalmar is about sharing stories, experiences and discussions across the borders in a friendly talk-show format.The show is also aired on K103 Göteborgs Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00, Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00, and as a podcast on Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud. K103 Gothenburg Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00 Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00 and as a podcast at Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud.

Music Collaboration 

Nordljud aims to share and promote music from Nordic artists. Therefore, a music playlist is updated on a weekly basis with songs being played on the collaborative radio program Keep Kalmar. The music is chosen by a music group composed of one member of each country part of the network.

 

Music Editors:

  • Magnus Thune – Norway
  • Eva Gustavfsson – Sweden
  • Josephine Givsko-Salminen – Denmark
  • Santeri Nikula – Finland

Nordljud Team

Our all-volunteer team works hard and with passion to expand the network, run the Keep Kalmar radio program also as sharing and promoting music from Nordic artists.

Alexander Maxia
Co-Founder and Collaboration manager

Magnus Thune
Co-Founder and Norway coordinator

Eden Maclachlan
Project Manager

Marcus Amasalidis
Radio Host

Santeri Nikula
Music manager and Finland coordinator

Josephine Givsko-Salminen
Music Editor

Eva Gustavfsson
Music Editor

Mattias Carlberg
Producent för Keep Kalmar

Future Plans

Nordljud is currently working on different projects in order to offer as many opportunities as possible to Studentradio broadcasters on their learning journey and broaden their horizons.

Follow our journey!

Nordljud – Nätverket för nordisk studentradio

 

Nordljud is a collaborative project between student radio stations in Sweden, Norway and Finland.

Nordljud has a purpose of including all student radios in the Nordic countries, who want to support a broader Nordic collaboration amongst broadcasters.

 

As of now, the project includes the following organisations:

Studentradion i Sverige (SRS)

Studentradioene i Norge (SIN)

LiMu Radio Finland

 

If you are interested in collaborating with us: nordljud@studentradion.se

You can find the webpage of Nordljud here!

Our mission

Nordljud's goal is to build a network that connects radio producers throughout the Nordic region. We want to help build an effective structure that enables them to develop skills such as producers, journalists, technicians, etc. and share their content on a larger platform.

 

The goals for the network are:

  • Strengthen Student Radio work locally.
  • Promote radio-focused exchanges within in the Nordics, facilitating mutual cultural understanding and networking with the next generation of media professionals.
  • Exchange music and give emerging artists from the Nordic countries access to a bigger audience.
  • Share news and information regarding student life and topics that matter to students and young people across the Nordics.
  • Exchange information on good practices and how to produce good quality student radio.

Most importantly this is an organisation led by students, for students. Any decision made by Nordljud will always start from the very important question first: ‘Is this helping students in the Nordic countries?’. 

What do we do? 

KEEP KALMAR RADIO PROGRAM

 Keep Kalmar is Nordljud’s radio program that broadcasts live from Radio AF in Lund on Sundays at 17:00.

Hosted by Mattias Carlberg, Keep Kalmar is about sharing stories, experiences and discussions across the borders in a friendly talk-show format.The show is also aired on K103 Göteborgs Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00, Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00, and as a podcast on Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud. K103 Gothenburg Student Radio on Thursdays at 22:00 Studentradioen i Bergen on Saturdays at 19:00 and as a podcast at Spotify, Acast, Apple Podcasts and Mixcloud.

Music Collaboration 

Nordljud aims to share and promote music from Nordic artists. Therefore, a music playlist is updated on a weekly basis with songs being played on the collaborative radio program Keep Kalmar. The music is chosen by a music group composed of one member of each country part of the network.

 

Music Editors:

  • Magnus Thune – Norway
  • Eva Gustavfsson – Sweden
  • Josephine Givsko-Salminen – Denmark
  • Santeri Nikula – Finland

Nordljud Team

Our all-volunteer team works hard and with passion to expand the network, run the Keep Kalmar radio program also as sharing and promoting music from Nordic artists.

Alexander Maxia
Co-Founder and Collaboration manager

Magnus Thune
Co-Founder and Norway coordinator

Eden Maclachlan
Project Manager

Marcus Amasalidis
Radio Host

Santeri Nikula
Music manager and Finland coordinator

Josephine Givsko-Salminen
Music Editor

Eva Gustavfsson
Music Editor

Mattias Carlberg
Producent för Keep Kalmar

Future Plans

Nordljud is currently working on different projects in order to offer as many opportunities as possible to Studentradio broadcasters on their learning journey and broaden their horizons.

Follow our journey!

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