Moose on the move — the latest subject for “slow TV” in Sweden

A file photo of a moose, also known as an European elk, in Duved, Sweden. (Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images)
  • 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

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Norway: Norwegian slow TV to feature Svalbard round the clock for nine days, The Independent Barents Observer

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