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Annual TV and radio license fees in Norway 2009-2019

Annual TV and radio license fees in Norway from 2009 to 2019 (in NOK)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 5, 2019
Annual TV and radio license fees in Norway 2009-2019 In the last decade, the annual broadcasting license fee in Norway steadily increased. In 2019, Norwegians have to pay 3,038.56 Norwegian kroner to access public TV and radio channels. The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) collects the fees on behalf of Norway’s Ministry of Culture.
Who has to pay and what is NRK’s remit?

Every owner of a TV set and digital decoder in Norway has to pay the TV and radio license fee. That means that the license only applies to the registered person and not to the address. NRK has a public service remit. It delivers a broad range of programs, based on quality, reliability and relevance. Besides, NRK just broadcasts unbiased and non-commercial content.

NRK’s offer

NRK provides three television channels, 14 domestic radio channels, as well as internet, podcast, and mobile phone services. Its TV station with the highest audience share is NRK1. In 2017, its audience share amounted to 32.3 percent. By contrast, the second channel of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, NRK2, had an audience share of five percent that year.
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 5, 2019
In the last decade, the annual broadcasting license fee in Norway steadily increased. In 2019, Norwegians have to pay 3,038.56 Norwegian kroner to access public TV and radio channels. The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) collects the fees on behalf of Norway’s Ministry of Culture.
Who has to pay and what is NRK’s remit?

Every owner of a TV set and digital decoder in Norway has to pay the TV and radio license fee. That means that the license only applies to the registered person and not to the address. NRK has a public service remit. It delivers a broad range of programs, based on quality, reliability and relevance. Besides, NRK just broadcasts unbiased and non-commercial content.

NRK’s offer

NRK provides three television channels, 14 domestic radio channels, as well as internet, podcast, and mobile phone services. Its TV station with the highest audience share is NRK1. In 2017, its audience share amounted to 32.3 percent. By contrast, the second channel of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, NRK2, had an audience share of five percent that year.
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