SCANDINAVIAN SLOW TV IS MOVING STRONGLY INTO THE 2020S – AND IS NOW ALSO FOR CHILDREN
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The Norwegian public service broadcaster NRK just premiered the longest slow TV broadcast ever with Svalbard Minute by Minute documenting a nine-day Arctic expedition. Next week the Swedish public service broadcaster SVT will try to convince children that slow TV is also for them with two weeks of live broadcasting from 6.30am to 8pm from a Swedish farm.
|14 Jan 2020
|Published - 14 Jan 2020