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 surprising smash-hit in Norway.
Slow TV is usually grouped within the so-called “slow movement”: a nebulous federation of campaigns to slow down things like food production, manufacturing, education, religious services, and
The slow TV concept might soon be coming to American TV as well. P.S. Does this 10-hour video of Tyrion Lannister slapping Joffrey count as slow TV? Either way, it’s great.
“Slow TV is good for making the room feel more alive, while at the same time not competing for my attention.” Thomas Hellum, who is employed by the Norwegian Broadcasting Company, NRK, is Slow
Slow TV: Train Ride Bergen to Oslo 2009 TV-G 7h 14m Take in the passing landscapes captured by train-mounted cameras during a rail journey through forests …
The idea for slow TV was born over lunch at NRK Hordaland (in west-Norway) in 2009, the year that Bergensbanen, The Bergen Line, (a train that runs from the capital of Oslo to Bergen, one of the
May 07, 2017 · It’s television’s version of taking a deep breatha 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
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