Empowering stories

The Media Cluster in Bergen is a cradle of innovation and a global knowledge hub within media technology. Learn how 100 companies and institutions empower stories.


«BRA SENDING» launched in Bergen

Western Norway is getting their own TV-channel by and for people with mental disabilities. Cluster member TV BRA will broadcast a monthly magazine format show through their website. The very first show aired during the launch and celebration at MCB September 13. (Photo: TV Bra)


The MCB Village at IBC open for business

– The Norwegian media industry is at the absolute forefront of broadcast and media tech innovation, said Kristianne Paasche, Special Adviser Innovation Norway, at the opening of the first Media City Village at the IBC – the biggest media tech exhibition in Europe.

Hubro – a result of IBM's collaboration with the Media Cluster

Hubro, a Watson powered chatbot, is the first result of the partnership between Media Lab partner IBM and the University of Bergen to develop the technological solutions of the future.

Noroff joins the Media Cluster

Summer is over, and NCE Media kickstarts the new semester by welcoming a new member - Noroff School of Technology and Digital Media.

Wolftech signs with BBC

(Photo: BBC) The Media Cluster company has signed a contract with the world's largest broadcaster, the BBC. Between 8,000 and 12,000 BBC News journalists and production staff around the globe will use Wolftech News.


These are the companies that started it all

All founders are now co-located under the same roof in Media City Bergen


Members in the Norwegian Media Cluster

The Norwegian Media Cluster has evolved into an exciting international environment, with more than 100 companies and a total revenue of more than USD 1 billion, and has six major universities and research facilities as members.

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