BookstoresMost large bookstores sell books in English, some also in French, Spanish and Italian. In Stockholm and Göteborg, the Akademi Bokhandeln also sells books written in other languages if these books are obligatory literatures in University studies.
Newspapers and magazinesThere is a special corporation called Pressbyrån. This corporation have a chain of small stores and news stands, selling most of the international newspapers and magazines. Such stores and news stands can be found throughout the country. You can also buy the major newspapers and magazines in any food store or supermarket.
RadioRadio in Sweden has been deregulated for som years now. The major broadcasting company is still Sveriges Radio who provides public service broadcasting through the channelsP1, P2, P3, P4 and some local stations. Every town has its own commercial radio stations of which many are owned by international broadcasting companies. The most famous ones are; Golden Hits FM 100,8Radio AF Radio Rix, Classic FM and Radio Energy.
TelevisionIn Sweden there are cables in most places providing a variety of television channels. In places without cable you have access to the public service channels TV1 and TV2 (state-owned) as well as commercial TV4.
The following are Swedish commercial channels; TV4 TV3 Kanal 5, ZTV, TV6 and TV 8. Other channels are Eurosport, MTV, TV5, BBC, CNN, Cartoon, Children's, Discovery, TVE, NBC, Sky news, RAI Uno, Sat 1, 3Sat, RTL, DSF and the movie channels TV 1000 and Canal+. With a satellite dish it is possible to receive several additional channels.
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