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Smashdig briefing Nov. 27: Mindshare hires trio

Publicerad: 27 November 2015, kl. 15:00

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

Adam Jönsson
 

Åkestam Holst most gender equal bureau
The awarded Guldvågenpriset, which Smashdig previously has written about, was handed out last night. The bureau Åkestam Holst snatched the win before a number of other well-known communications bureaux.

Mindshare hires trio
The media bureau Mindshare has hired a new digital trio, according to a press release. Ola Holmgren, Catarina Gärtner and Fredrik Hermelin will help strengthen the bureau’s digital offering.

Bredbandsbolaget doesn’t have to block Pirate Bay, Swefilmer
Bredbandsbolaget won’t have to block access to file sharing site The Pirate Bay and the streaming site Swefilmer. The Internet provider won a court case against a number of movie and music companies, which now also have to pay Bredbandsbolaget’s legal fees at around SEK1,4 million, Dagens Nyheter reports. The movie and music companies have said they’ll appeal the ruling.

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TV award show Kristallen announces new category with online video company smartclip
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Former Swedish PM lands top job at Washington Post
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Swedish startups are looking to expand to Asia
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Why Stockholm's startup community will protest outside Sweden's parliament
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