Press & News


Schibsted results 2. quarter 2015

Today, Schibsted Media Group released its Q2 2015 report.

Schibsted and Distilled Media join forces in online classifieds in Ireland

Schibsted Media Group and the Irish online media company Distilled Media has agreed to join forces in the Irish online classifieds market.

InfoJobs aims to help 1 million people find work

Schibsted’s job market leader in Spain has launched ‘Infojobs Challenge’ a new initiative to help 1 million people find jobs in 2015.

Camilla Jarlsby leaving Schibsted

Camilla Jarlsby, EVP Organizational Development, will be leaving Schibsted to take up a new appointment as Head of Culture in Hadeland. 

VG 70 years old

VG was first published on 23 June 1945 by members of the Norwegian resistance movement. Today, this courageous newspaper can look back on an impressive history and wide international recognition.

Leboncoin: All items have a story

Leboncoin has created a brand communication campaign that focuses on the story and the second life of items sold on Schibsted’s French classifieds site.

Schibsted acquires Anumex

Schibsted Media Group strengthens its leading position in Mexico through acquisition of online classifieds site Anumex.

Rian Liebenberg joins Schibsted Media Group’s management team

Leading the effort in technology and platformization that Schibsted is undertaking, Group CTO Rian Liebenberg is joining the Group’s top management team.

Gard Steiro becomes news editor in VG and leaves BT

Today Gard Steiro informed the Board of Bergens Tidende of his resignation as editor-in-chief. Steiro has accepted the position as a news editor in VG.

Schibsted UX first gathering

For the first time ever, User Experience professionals and those working with UX from across Schibsted have gathered.

Schibsted Media Group divests book publishing company Schibsted Forlag AS and EBOK.NO

Schibsted Media Group has agreed to sell Schibsted Forlag AS and EBOK.NO to the Norwegian book publishing company Forlagshuset Vigmostad & Bjørke. 

Schibsted Talks: Meet Sylvia Dellantonio from Willhaben

CEO Sylvia Dellantonio in Willhaben in Austria shares with us the culture behind what it takes to be named a Great Place to Work for five consecutive years.