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NRK

 

Tone Kunst

Address:
Jernbaneveien 100
8038 BODØ
tel.: +47 75 50 57 00
mob: +47 911 59672
telefax: 75 50 57 55

NORWAY
National Co-ordinator Tone Kunst

Head of regional office, NRK Nordland

NRK - Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation
website: www.nrk.no
NRK Regions
Tyholt, N 7005 Trondheim
Tel: 004773881200
Telefax: 004773881266

NRK, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, is the largest national broadcasting company in Norway and operates several television channels and a variety of radio, web, web-TV and mobile services, both nationwide and regionally. NRK is financed solely by license fee.
Norway has 5 million inhabitants, 98% have one or several TVs at home, 95% have a computer and 99% of Norwegians with children have internet access at home (95% of the total population).
NRK provides three TV channels: NRK1, NRK2, NRK3/NRK Super (Children's channel), the analogue/digital radio channels P1, P2 and P3, 14 digital radio channels, the website and mobile site nrk.no, the weather service Yr.no, and regional radio, television, web and mobile sites. Both NRK and NRK Regions are active on Social Media.
The basis for NRK's regional activity is the 14 regional offices including NRK Sapmi, the Sami broadcaster. These stations produce radio and television programs and web and mobile content for both regional and national distribution. The regions have since 2009 formed their own division in the NRK, NRK Regions, with a Director Regions in charge. The heads of the regional offices are editors-in-chief of all media (TV, radio, web/mobile, social media). Three of the regions have extensive television facilities and production studios varying from two to four hundred square meters. The daily regional TV transmissions are 20 minutes and the regional radio sends for 6 hrs Monday to Friday.
About 1000 of NRKs 3600 employees work in the regions.

 

NRK HORDALAND
Head of regional office: Unni Arnøy
Postbox 7777
5020 BERGEN
Tel.: 55 27 52 00
Telefax: 55 27 52 99
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NRK Hordaland is situated in Bergen, which is the second biggest town in Norway, located on the west coast - the Gateway to the fjords of Norway.
NRK Hordaland produces radio- and television programs both for the regional and the national network. The station has a staff of 140 in an area of 480.000 inhabitants. NRK in Bergen is transmitting a daily regional news program called Vestlandsrevyen, and a national news program, called Norge i dag. NRK Hordaland produces a large amount of documentaries and weekly programs for nationwide transmission. The concept “Slow tv” is developed in NRK Hordaland, one of the most known slow tv-programs is called “Hurtigruten - minute by minute”. NRKs department of nature programs in radio and television is situated in Bergen. And we also are responsible for the most popular weather web site in Norway – http://www.yr.no/

 

NRK ØSTLANDSSENDINGEN
Head of regional office: Otto Haug
Postbox 4555, Nydalen
0404 OSLO
Tel.: 22 80 82 50
Telefax: 22 80 82 10
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The station has a staff of 73 in a viewing area of approximately 1 000,000 inhabitants in Norway’s capital region, Oslo. The area varies from city life to countryside; from agriculture to finance. In addition to daily regional transmissions in TV, radio and internet, the station is also hosting NRK’s programming in multi culture and city life - on all of NRK’s media platforms.

 

NRK TRØNDELAG
Head of regional office: Sigrid Gjellan
Tyholt
7005 TRONDHEIM
Tlf.: 73 88 12 00
Telefax: 73 88 12 66
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This broadcast- and production house is based in Norway’s third largest city, Trondheim. The station has a staff of approximately 300 employees, and is the largest NRK-office outside Oslo. One of Norway’s most popular entertainment-series on TV, Tore på Sporet, is produced here, as well as two weekly science-shows for television running nationwide – Schrödingers Katt and Newton. When it comes to radio, NRK Trøndelag is responsible for several daily shows on NRK P1, NRK’s and Norway’s largest radio station. NRK Trøndelag also contains a regional news station covering two counties. News production is fully digitalized, with the web as the hub on the newsdesk - together with publishing of television-, radio-, and mobile content.

 

NRK HEDMARK and OPPLAND
Head of regional office: Inger Johanne Solli
Postbox 273
2626 LILLEHAMMER
Tel: 61 28 72 00
Telefax: 61 28 72 32
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NRK Hedmark and Oppland is situated in Lillehammer – Norway’s olympic city since the winter-games in 1994. Lillehammer is placed in the middle of the large region in the middle of Norway. Hedmark and Oppland are the only counties in Norway without coast! Our radio and television station is covering an area with 380.000 inhabitants, high mountains, long valleys, deep forests and small cities. It’s a typical rural area with farmers, teachers, nurses and tourist-hosts. Tourism is the most growing business, of course because of our beautiful mountain area and white winters.
NRK Hedmark and Oppland want to keep close to our very faithful viewers, listeners and internet-readers. That’s why we daily show the viewers’ photos and videos in our news. We also have a magazine on television inspired by public journalism, where local people discuss issues of common interest. But of course: Most of our staff is occupied with news work, both regional and for the national news. We also produce documentaries and current affairs for the national audience. 30 % of the inhabitants in the two counties watch the local TV-news daily.

 

NRK MØRE OG ROMSDAL
Head of regional office: Hallstein Vemøy
Parkgt. 6
6025 ÅLESUND
Tel.: 70 11 52 00
Telefax: 70 11 52 10
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The station has a radio/tv/internet-staff of 50 in a viewing area of 250.000 inhabitants. The station is completely digitalized. In this region on the western coast of Norway fishing, industry (shipyards, furniture, textiles, fish) and tourism dominate, with the World Heritage listed Geirangerfjord as a main attraction.
Special programs are news and documentaries.
NRK Møre og Romsdal is transmitting 20 minutes every weekday. The station also produces documentaries of 30 minutes or more for national transmission, specializing in nature programs, documentaries on culture, history and social problems.

 

NRK ROGALAND
Head of regional office: Ragnar Christensen
P.b. 614, Madla
4090 HAFRSFJORD
Tlf.: 51 72 72 72
Telefax: 51 72 72 50
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The station has a staff of 54 in a viewing area of 450,000 inhabitants. The oil industry is a special feature of the province of Rogaland. Our station is located in Stavanger, which is the largest city in Rogaland.
NRK Rogaland is transmitting 18 minutes of news every weekday, in addition to an extensive video coverage on our website www.nrk.no/rogaland.

 

NRK NORDLAND
Head of regional office: Tone Kunst
Postbox 303
8038 BODØ
Tel: 75 50 57 00
Telefax: 75 50 57 55
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NRK Nordland is covering the southernmost part of Northern Norway. The region is 800 km long from north to south with 240 000 people and 13 airports. Our staff counts 49 and 21 of them are videojournalists. 80% of our staff is multiskilled and we work in an integrated newsroom. We have hosted a national VJ congress five times. We produce TV, radio, web, mobile and social media. Our radio and TV programs are streamed on the web. Our basic business is news, but we also make feature TV stories and documentaries. The radio programs are a mix of news, music and feature. The head office is in Bodø, but we have VJs in several more of the towns in the region. The Nordland region has been described as a little Norway in miniature, with heavy industry as well as fishing, fishfarming and conventional farming, aviation and education centers, cultural activities and a magnificent coastline that makes this region a favorite spot for tourism.


NRK SOGN OG FJORDANE
Head of regional office: Kai Aage Pedersen
Postbox 100
6801 FØRDE
Tel.: 57 72 42 42
Telefax: 57 72 42 34
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NRK Sogn og Fjordane is situated in Førde, which is the largest town in Sogn og Fjordane. The station has a staff of 40 in a viewing area of 107,546 inhabitants with 35,035 TV sets.
NRK Sogn og Fjordane produces radio- and television programs both for the regional and national network.
We cooperate with NRK Hordaland (neighbouring county). Together we broadcast a news program called Vestlandsrevyen (80 min. weekly). The station also produces documentaries and children programs for nationwide transmission.
We also produce web, mobile regionally, and we also cover news stories for the national news.
We have a high rating among our viewers and listeners.

 

NRK SØRLANDET
Head of regional office: Anders Sårheim
Postbox 413, Posebyen
4664 KRISTIANSAND
Tel.: 38 12 12 12
Telefax: 38 12 17 99
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NRK Sørlandet has a staff of 65 and covers a region of 250,000 inhabitants. It is part of the Norwegian National Network.
The station produces news programs and features for the national network. The region includes both rural and urban settlements. Kristiansand is the largest city in the region and one of the main ferry ports in Norway, with connections to Denmark and the Continent. The region is known for a long tradition in the heavy industry and, in recent years, has become a center for information technology.
It has a long coastline which attracts many tourists in the summertime, as well as mountains nearby with skiing facilities. The region is also praised for strong cultural traditions.
NRK Sørlandet specializes in documentaries and music programs related to popular and traditional music.


NRK FINNMARK (from autumn 2014)
Head of regional office: Morten Ruud
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NRK TROMS AND FINNMARK (till autumn 2014)
Head of regional office: Pål Hansen
Postbox 1153
9291 TROMSØ
Tel.: 77 66 12 00
Telefax: 77 66 12 84
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NRK Troms and Finnmark covers the two northernmost counties in Norway, with borders to Sweden, Finland, Russia, the Barents Sea and the Arctic. The station has a staff of 120 in a viewing area of 230,000 inhabitants. NRK Troms and Finnmark produces radio- and television programs both for the regional and the national network. These programs include news, documentaries, entertainment and also a substantial amount of children's programs.


NRK ØSTAFJELLS
Head of regional office: Heidi Pleym
Postbox 284, Borgeåsen
3901 PORSGRUNN
Tel.: 35 56 02 00
Telefax: 35 56 02 54
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NRK Østafjells is NRKs largest regional station and is covering the region southwest of Oslo. The region consists of three counties: Buskerud, Telemark and Vestfold. The head office is in Porsgrunn, but we are also present in five other towns in the region, such as Drammen, Tønsberg, Hønefoss, Seljord and Ål. The station has a staff of 100 in a viewing area of 670,000 inhabitants. The station produces news programs and features. NRK Østafjells is fully digitalized, and works cross traditional media boarders, with publishing of web-, television-, radio-, text-TV- and mobile content. NRK Østafjells has a large number of video journalists mixed with traditional ENG-teams in the production of two daily news programs on weekdays.

 

NRK ØSTFOLD
Head of regional office: Grete Ruud
Postbox 33
1629 GAMLE FREDRIKSTAD
Tel.: 69 38 48 00
Telefax: 69 38 48 09
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NRK Østfold has a staff of 49, and covers a region of 270.000 inhabitants. The station produces news programs and features. NRK Østfold is fully digitalized, and works cross traditional media boarders, with the web as the hub on the newsdesk - together with publishing of television-, radio- and mobile content.
NRK Østfold uses 50 percent videojournalists mixed with traditional ENG-teams in the production of the 7 weekly TV-sets of 23 minutes on weekdays.
The region southeast of Oslo, on the Swedish boarder, includes both rural and urban settlements. Fredrikstad is the largest city in the region (p. 78.000), and the region is heavily populated on the coastline of Oslofjorden. The region is known for a long tradition in farming, paper-, and heavy industry, and also, new technology, industrial design and trade.
Østfold has a sunny coastline, with the Hvaler-islands as a main attraction, which attracts many tourists during the summertime. The fortified town of Gamlebyen in Fredrikstad, and the old fort of Fredriksten in Halden is tourist magnets as well.
NRK Østfold specializes in new production forms, we produce radio documentaries, weekly radio entertainment programs, and also a weekly radio program on Norwegian history „Museum“ for national broadcasting.

 

NRK SAPMI
Head: Nils Johan Heatta
P.b. 183
9730 Karasjok
Tel.: +47 78 46 92 00
Fax: 47 78 46 92 23
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http://www.nrk.no/sapmi/om/1._about-nrk-sapmi-1.11296850