- published: 07 May 2017
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It's television's version of taking a deep breath...a very long, very slow, deep breath. It's called "Slow TV," and it's a surprise smash-hit in Norway, where millions tune in to watch live, unedited broadcasts of train journeys, ferry boat rides, firewood burning or people knitting for hours or days at a time. As Rune Moklebust, who helped conceive of Slow TV, explains to Seth Doane, the broadcasts simply reflect life: "Much of life itself is boring. But in-between, there are some exciting moments, and you just have to wait for them." Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz Follow "CBS Sunday Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/23XunIh Like "CBS Sunday Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://o...
This is a video Birgitte and I made for our final project in our 'Business and Advertising' class. The subtitles may not be a 100% accurate, but we did as best as we could. Enjoy :) We don't have the rights to any of the commercials represented in this video. All the rights goes to the rightful owners.
Norway’s most expensive television series, which will describe a Russian invasion into the country, is to premiere in September. Moscow described the choice of the storyline as an ‘unfortunate’ decision. However, the Russians aren’t the only baddies in the show, as the occupation of Norway is performed on behalf of the European Union.
Norwegians - more than a million of them, according to the ratings - loved it. A new kind of reality TV show was born - and it goes against all the rules of TV engagement. Listening Post's Marcela Pizarro went to Oslo to find out why Norwegians are tuning in to Slow TV.
As a follow-up to their hit 134-hour broadcast of a ship traveling up the Norwegian coast in real time, the pioneers of the 'slow TV' movement have decided to focus on a knitting show. While many television shows focus on providing instant gratification to its viewers, Norwegian media is taking the opposite approach. As a follow-up to their hit 134-hour broadcast of a ship traveling up the Norwegian coast in real time, the pioneers of the 'slow TV' movement have decided to focus on a knitting show. It's knitting, as it happens and chronicles the entire process. Unlike previous broadcasts like fire burning and salmon fishing, the knitting program has some ticking-clock driven drama. The participants are trying to break a world record for completing the full creation of a garment in...
Ever wanted life to just calm down? Follow your own tempo? Do your regular shows require so much attention that you can't focus on your gadgets? Let Slow TV give you a taste of a reality without stress and prepare to be soothed by a relaxing stream in Norway. Shot in Bekkjarvik, Norway. Filmed with YI 4k+
In the demanding world of fast-paced news, viewers are constantly bombarded with information, leaving them little chance to stop and smell the roses. Norway television has responded to the growing need of people to wind down, with so-called 'slow tv' becoming a nationwide success. Sit back and watch this report by RT's Egor Piskunov. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views...
Norway has (GONE SEXUAL) in a Military advertising television commercial campaign to gain new recruits. The Norwegian Armed Forces (Norwegian: Forsvaret, "The Defence") is the military organisation responsible for the defence of Norway. It consists of five branches, the Norwegian Army, the Royal Norwegian Navy, which includes the Coast Guard, the Royal Norwegian Air Force, the Home Guard and the Cyber Force, as well as several joint departments. The armed forces number 23,000 personnel, including civilian employees, and have a full-mobilisation combat strength of 83,000. The armed forces are subordinate to the Ministry of Defence, led by Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide. The formal commander-in-chief is King Harald V; however, the de facto commander-in-chief is Chief of Defence Haakon Bruun-...
On 15 June 2011, Eritreans residing in Norway came in front of NRK (Norwegian Television broadcast) office and showed their dismay of the partial news and information the television service is providing to its listeners about Eritrea.
Hosted by John D. Craig, "Expedition!" was a pioneering anthropological TV show. This episode from 1960, "Survivors of the Ice Age" portrays the really harsh way of life of the seldom filmed Laplander culture. The film observes their daily life as a herding people dependent on the reindeer of the Norway's far North. This is a documentary portrait of a culture adapted to survival in the harshest of world climates, the Arctic. The Sami people (traditionally known in English as Lapps or Laplanders) are an indigenous Finno-Ugric people inhabiting the Arctic area of Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Norway, Sweden, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between south and middle Sweden and Norway. The Sami are the only indigenous people of Scandinavia reco...
AMIT TV (0011) Dire Straits - TV Interview with Odd Arkid Stomstad for NRK TV, Norway on Wednesday 21st November 1979. NRK - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_Broadcasting_Corporation Band:- Mark Knopfler, David Knopfler, John Illsley. Pick Withers. AMIT - A Mark In Time Forum :- http://www.amarkintime.org/forum/index.php All copyrights reserved. This video available on mobile phones and TV at time of publication.
Watch the exclusive video message of D9 the double beatboxing Champion from Norway. He explains his vocal style and gave us a little demonstration of his unique voice and sound effects. #BBB3TV BBB³TV = BEAT BOX BATTLE TELEVISION ♪ Battles - Interview - Showcase - Freestyle - Telegram Home: http://BeatBoxBattle.TV Profile: http://google.com/+BeatBoxBattleTV Beatbox Battle® World Championship - Convention Days - Club Caixa da Batida Bôite à Rythme Bit Boks κτυπήστε το κιβώτιο Mond Percusie 拍 子 盒 Scatola di Battute 비트박스 коробка удара 敲打箱子 Vocale Percussie صخبا الطرق Biittaus Vocal Percussion Maultrommel Special FX Sound Mouth Drumming A cappella
It's unlikely there is any place on earth with as rich of ski history as Norway. Skiing is woven through every part of Norwegian culture and there is nowhere more beautiful to illustrate this than along the snowy Fjords of the Sogndal region. OUTSIDE TELEVISION - http://www.outsidetelevision.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our channel - http://www.youtube.com/Outsidetelevision LIKE us on FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/outsidetelevision FOLLOW us on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/Outside_TV OutsideTelevision OutsideTV television TV outside outdoor adventure environment travel active lifestyle destinations nature Salomon FreeskiTV skiing extreme skis winter
7.5 hours showing every minute of the scenic train ride between Bergen on the Norwegian west coast, crossing the mountains to the capital of Oslo. Relax and enjoy the ride... Bergen : 0:00:00 Voss : 1:06:00 Myrdal : 1:56:30 Finse : 2:28:45 Geilo : 3:09:30 Ål : 3:34:00 Gol : 3:54:00
Do you want to have something nice on your TV that is a living picture? Nothing intrusive in the living room? Perhaps you are sick of all the fast reality shows and really want to have something in the background while you clean. Let Slow TV bring you an beautifull scenery of Preikestolen (Pulpit rock), Norway in 4K. Relax to the slow piano music or mute the music for even more relaxing background imagery. Music used is Drone in D by Kevin MacLeod. Drone in D by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200044 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
A Norwegian daredevil had a lucky escape when a stunt he was filming for a television show went horribly wrong.