Finansavisen has podcasts that address several different topics that are relevant to our media.
The financial news
Monday to Friday, we summarize the Oslo Stock Exchange. The podcast is led by Stein Ove Haugen and Linn Marie Hammernæs, and Trygve Hegnar comments on the market, macroeconomic and political events. In addition, we invite current guests from the business world in the studio.
Finansavisen's journalists read out a summary of today's top issues, and the most important key figures, in a few minutes.
Mile after mile - a podcast about cars
Why does a car engage so much? Why are there so many strong feelings around electric cars? And will we have cars at all in the future? Few can know more about cars than Finansavisen Motor journalist Håkon Sæbø and now he - together with self-proclaimed car idiot Marius Mørch Larsen (editor in chief of Finansavisen Premium) will try to get a little closer to a conclusion, either by discussion, arguing or with a crazy guest in Finansavisen podcast about car.
The 3-4-5 rule: Three out of four startups are gone after five years. Are entrepreneurs cocky and think they should succeed where most fail? Or are they simply a little tougher than the security seekers? And how in the world did the idea of starting something of your own come up? In the podcast "The road here", Finansavisen's journalist Hilde Oreld chats with entrepreneurs and other tough guys about the road here, the detours, the shortcuts and the way forward.
Finansavisen launches in collaboration with Tidssonen.no a podcast dedicated to watches. Everything you need to know about news, good stories and tips. Finansavisen journalist Nicolai Giil and Tidssonen.no founder Jon Henrik Haraldsen take listeners into the great interest in watches. All with guests from the industry, collectors and enthusiasts.