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Nordljud Team in Bergen, 2022.

We are a team passionate about student radio and want to push the limits of what we can do by developing cross-border productions and collaborations across the Nordic countries.

For most of the positions you can join from wherever you are in the world (as long as you are a member of a Studentradio station in the Nordics). Some positions are country specific or city specific (for the investigative unit as there is a lot of work on location that needs doing).

This is a summary of the different projects we currently run and the people we are looking for to join our team in Autumn 2023:

Nordljud Music Playlist

Our Music Editors select two songs every week from up and coming artists in their own countries and contribute their entries to our Nordljud Playlist, which changes every term. The music team also promotes the new songs on our social media channels and occasionally contributes to our live show with analysis and interviews to artists.

  • Music Editor – Denmark
  • Music Editor – Finland
  • Music Editor – Iceland
  • Head of Music (coordinator role)

Nordljud Newsroom

We produce ‘Nordljud News‘, a weekly round-up of the most important news stories from across the Nordics that are of relevance to students and a young audience. As part of the team you get to interview people, make reports, present the news and post updates on our website and social media channel. We also produce in-depth reporting ‘Nordljud Reportage‘ that we publish as a podcast and play on our live radio show. Could you be up for interviewing the Norwegian Prime Minister on behalf of the network of Nordic Studentradios?

  • News Editor – Finland
  • News Editor – Iceland
  • News Editor – Norway
  • Political Editor – Nordics and EU
  • Newsreader for Weekly Podcast (2 people)
  • News Podcast Producer (2 people)
  • Radio Documentary Production (2 people)

Nordljud News – Invesitgative Unit

We have an ongoing investigation which is focusing on a cross-border story connected to students in Gothenburg, Oslo and Copenaghnen.

The reporters will be given tasks and guided by local professional journalists. Publication date for the investigative documentary podcast is set for the end of November.

  • Reporter for Investigative unit in Copenaghen (2-3 people)
  • Reporter for Investigative unit in Gothenburg (2-3 people)
  • Reporter for Investigative unit in Oslo (2-3 people)
  • Radio Documentary Production (2 people – preferably in Gothenburg)

Lost in the North – Live radio show

This is our flagship radio show broadcast on radio channels across the Nordics and available as a podcast. The production team behind the show covers several roles from researching topics, booking interviews, presenting the show, promotion on social media and producing it. This is your chance to be part of the production team of the biggest student radio show in the Nordics! Knowledge of a Scandinavian language is preferable!

  • Production Team (2-4 people)

Social Media, Web design and Much Much More..

  • Social Media Editor (2 people)
  • Graphics (2 people)
  • Website development (2 people)

These are just some of the activities we are currently running but the possibilities of developing these projects further or starting new ones, are endless. So if you have a particular skill or an idea that you think could benefit the collaboration, fill the form and write it out in the comment section!

Do any of these sound interesting to you?

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