Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa

Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa (literally Greenland's Radio, usually referred to as The Greenlandic Broadcasting Corporation or KNR) is the national public broadcasting corporation of Greenland, based in the country's capital city, Nuuk.

It is an independent state-owned corporation headed by a five-person board. Its activities are funded from a mixture of sources, mainly direct government funding but also on-air advertising.

KNR provides one national television station and one national radio station. The radio station operates on 650 kHz mostly in the Greenlandic language (Kalaallisut) but also in Danish. The television schedule consists of a mix of locally produced programmes, news in Kalaallisut, plus the main news bulletins and some other programmes from Danmarks Radio (DR), and TV2 in Copenhagen. A second radio channel relays DR output directly but is available only in the capital, Nuuk.

Local commercial television stations can be found in several Greenlandic towns. Some stations are Nuuk TV and Sisimiut TV. Local television stations gathered in the organization STTK.

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U.S. Sen. Shaheen: Seacoast benefiting from millions in new investments

Fosters 15 May 2022
As we come out of the pandemic and battle inflation, investing in our communities and creating jobs are key to our economic recovery. Job creation is a priority as I work in the U.S ... That includes funding for new radios for police in Durham and Strafford County and new body cameras for Exeter and Greenland police ... Senator. ....
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The EHT project, established in 2017, is a global network of radio telescopes — including the Greenland Telescope, the Submillimeter Array (SMA) in Hawaii and the ALMA telescope in Chile — which function together as one large telescope....
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The image, unveiled Thursday, was captured by a network of eight radio observatories at six locations around the world ... "It's really exciting." ... In place of that logistical impossibility, the Event Horizon Telescope collects data via eight radio observatories in Greenland, Antarctica, and six other locations in between, synchronized to atomic clocks....

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