Moose on the move — the latest subject for “slow TV” in Sweden
- Viewers can once again watch moose – or European elk – head down to their summer pastures as part of a live broadcast on Swedish Television.
- The slow-TV series “The Great Moose Migration” entered its third season on Sunday and runs until May 9.
- Project manager Johan Erhag says the filming involves more than two dozen cameras, 17 kilometers of cables and a round-the-clock crew monitoring it all.
Radio Sweden Report
For more on the new show and why the creators think it’s the perfect antidote to the current pandemic, listen to Radio Sweden’s full interview.
Related stories from around the North:
Canada: Inuit TV coming to Northern Canada from new Inuktut-language broadcaster, CBC News
Finland: Finnish live stream gives users bird’s eye view of eagle’s nest, Yle News
Norway: Norwegian slow TV to feature Svalbard round the clock for nine days, The Independent Barents Observer