It’s WE, not ME

As some of you might know I started up my own company last year together with a former colleague of mine. I was expecting hard work - which it has been - and some challenging moments, which also have appeared from time to time. What I was hoping for, but didn’t fully dare count on,…Read more It’s WE, not ME


Change we can believe in

We’ve been talking about the content industry being in a state of flux for as long as I can remember now. Every month there has been a new disruption doing away with the old and introducing the new, bringing with it a slew of experts, producers, startups and projects. There has been almost no escape,…Read more Change we can believe in

The Art of the Ask

One challenge that has been with me throughout most of my active life as a content developer and producer has been the careful approach to the Ask. Whatever we’ve been involved in, it has always come up against the need to ask something of someone at some point. How to make this Ask, how to…Read more The Art of the Ask


One Year in Now Media Vol VI

As I’ve done for the past six years, I today published a compilation of this blog and it’s posts from the past year as a free-to-read PDF over on Slideshare and as a download here. There is also an epub-version available for download from Dropbox here. The publication also features interviews with Mike Monello, Jeff…Read more One Year in Now Media Vol VI


The Power of True Stories

I recently read an interesting article on storytelling by Jonathan Gottschall. I’ve been for a long time - like Gottschall, apparently - quite fascinated by the power a well-crafted and well-told story can have, in almost any sort of circumstances. In my line of work - creating, developing and producing everything from TV shows to…Read more The Power of True Stories


Musically Speaking – storytelling on a musical framework

Since we started our own production company last spring (feel free to visit us here and sign up for the newsletter 🙂 ) we’ve been working on a number of different projects, ranging from creating marketing campaigns to assisting with though leadership projects, from TV-series about YouTubers to GPS-based storytelling in a city-setting. Although few…Read more Musically Speaking – storytelling on a musical framework


How to make your story resonate

If there is one thing we all want it’s to be heard and recognized. Whatever the story we are telling is, we want it to reach someone and cause a reaction. Most of the stories we tell are personal, directed at one person or a small group, but some are intended for far larger audiences.…Read more How to make your story resonate