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Smashdig briefing Nov. 25: Guldägget appoints new jury president

Publicerad: 25 November 2015, kl. 15:03

Smashdig has compiled a list of some of the day's most important Swedish media news.

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Guldägget appoints new chair of its jury
The award Guldägget, which celebrates Swedish communication, has appointed a new chair of its jury. The art director Silla Levin will lead the jury’s work in next year’s Guldägget, according to a press release.

Ekonomit.se appoints new EIC
The site ekonomit.se, which covers economy and IT, has stepped out of its year-long Beta version. At the same time, the site appoints Joel Åsblom as new editor-in-chief of the site, according to a press release. Åsblom has previously worked at Computer Sweden.

SVT criticized for Wild Kids show
The show Wild Kids on Swedish public television has been criticized for exotifying Africa by not acknowledging the different countries and cultures on the continent. SVT says it understands the critique and will make changes to the program, according to Dagens Nyheter.

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