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research questions, we draw on research and theory concerning digital technology in newsrooms, digital storytelling and interdisciplinarity. Engineers and developers often work in teams that are separate from the editorial development teams and the business development teams in a media company. However, without the necessary cross-disciplinary collaboration between different professional groups, innovation might become difficult and counter-productive ( Westlund 2011 ; Westlund 2012 ). According to Lewis and Westlund (2015) , previous research on technology in news

the effort to innovate new revenue streams related to digital publishing. One such innovation is the development of a new kind of two-sided revenue stream model that benefits from the ways in which journalistic content is used to attract readers. The aim of this article is to describe some aspects of this innovative process. In this article, a case study of Schibsted Media Group (henceforth Schibsted) will be presented. This case features a revenue model built on how media companies utilize journalism to achieve digital traffic, and on how this traffic is used as a

culturally, economically and politically, and to stimulate opinion-making and public debate. However, during the 1990s, Nordlys made the same geographical withdrawal as other regional papers and chose to concentrate its news coverage on the publishing town of Tromsø ( Christensen & Tjelmeland, 2002 ). Table 1 Media landscape in the northern region In 2014, however, Nordlys launched its commentary innovation: Nordnorsk debatt online. A website being part of Nordlys that had opinion-based content: both editorial columns as well as chronicles and letters from the