Press & News


Techfugees Oslo hackathon: Time to sign up!

Techfugees and Schibsted are setting up the first hackathon in Oslo on 14-16 October. Check out how you can join and meet the challenge!”

Schibsted Bytes – new product and tech blog launches

A new Schibsted blog, Schibsted Bytes, is now live, sharing thoughts and ideas in both technology and product development.

Schibsted’s IP-based Geo Targeting Ad Platform Scoops 2016 Schibsted Innovation Award

New advertising technology highlights spirit of innovation and collaboration

Schibsted REBOOTs in Barcelona

1,400 gather to celebrate the new product & tech organization coming together – #schREBOOT

Schibsted supports Aftenposten’s concern on Facebook censorship

Schibsted CEO Rolv Erik Ryssdal fully supports Aftenposten’s concern on Facebook suppressing news and the freedom of expression.

Anders Skoe appointed new CEO of

The Board of has today appointed Anders Skoe as the new CEO of Skoe has been the company’s acting CEO since 1 August 2016.

Schibsted and FINN ready for JavaZone

“The JavaZone conference is a great place to meet some of the brightest minds in the business,” says Rafik Laatiaoui, Technical Recruiter at Schibsted Products & Technology.

Schibsted one of Norway’s most innovative companies

Schibsted Media Group has been voted the third most innovative company in Norway by INNOMAG.

The largest publishers in Norway and Sweden unite product and tech to forge the future of journalism

New product and tech organization at Schibsted Media Group focused on creating the next generation of digital publishing platform and products

Minister of Culture visits Schibsted

On Monday, the Norwegian Minister of Culture visited Schibsted and Aftenposten in Oslo.

Meet Malin Stråhle

“I love the dynamic interaction with users and the fast pace of digital media,” says Malin Stråhle, CTO Schibsted Publishing Sweden.

Schibsted results 2nd quarter 2016

Today, Schibsted Media Group released its Q2 2016 report. EBITDA ex. Investment phase increased 10 percent to NOK 831 million.