Creating storytelling tools that unites all news departments
7Mountains is a software company that is part of the Norwegian technology group Fonn Group. We are headquartered in Media City Bergen, Norway, and operate in New York through our owner group.
Our company was founded in 2018 by a team of broadcast engineers and software developers in Norway to simplify the journalist newsroom system and unify all storytellers to a common platform. We are the inventors of the cloud newsroom tool Dina.
Media City Bergen, Lars Hilles gate 30
5008 Bergen, Norway
VAT: 921 430 027
Fonn Group Americas
Our US operations are managed through Fonn Group Americas. For contact information, please go to the Fonn Group website here.
Our majority owner is Rieber & Søn, a family-owned Norwegian investment company with an industrial legacy dating back to 1839. Go to the Rieber & Søn website to learn more about our owners. Learn more about Fonn Group on the website here.
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Changing how stories are told with DiNA
We believe that the key to success as a news publisher lies in great storytelling
Broadcasters and media houses are undergoing a huge technology shift. Modern, cost effective news production solutions are key to survival for traditional news organisations, in the race to win viewers and new audiences.
The need for working from anywhere, creating and publishing stories across platforms, the emergence of AI, IP technology, and cloud computing, requires tools that are built from the ground up on modern web technologies and with the end users in mind.
We have built DiNA, a cloud newsroom and storytelling tool that allows journalists to plan, create and publish in one unified tool, regardless of if they work with social media news, news for online, or for linear news. With DiNA you embrace transparency and collaboration and allow journalists to spend more time on quality storytelling.