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update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation ) is the Norwegian government-owned radio and television public broadcasting company, and the largest media organisation in Norway. In the autumn of 2015, the government announced that it planned to change the way NRK is financed. The original television channel is now known as NRK1. The new corporate logo made its first appearance in an ident in 2000 by making its overhaul to NRK's radio and television channels. 16 Website edit Its website, has had an online presence supporting its TV and radio programmes and web-only initiatives since 1996. Cable TV started in 1982 and satellite TV in 1986 (the launch of, tV3 in 1987 and. Citation needed The programme-producing divisions are: Marienlyst covering all facilities in Oslo Distrikt, encompassing all regional offices and with their headquarters in Trondheim Sami, the producer of Sámi programmes situated in Karasjok Thor Gjermund Eriksen has been director-general of the Norwegian. Citation needed Organisation edit Entrance to Television House, another building at NRK's headquarters The CEO began major organisational changes in 2008, with the aim of creating a more agile NRK, while still adhering to the principles of the broadcaster-producer model introduced in January 2001. Nazi German war propaganda to Northern Europe (particularly Scotland and the northern half of Ireland, where the sea path ensured a good signal) and Scandinavia. NRK initially set out to cover the entire country and had a monopoly on broadcasting in Norway. Regular broadcasts started in 1960. NRK itself was founded in 1933. A 24-hour station for classical music, Alltid Klassisk (now called " NRK Klassisk introduced in 1995, was the first of its kind to be broadcast digitally using digital audio broadcasting. 12 The first Norwegian series filmed in HD was En Udødelig Mann An Immortal Man about the young Henrik Ibsen. State-owned Norwegian public broadcaster, nRK (an abbreviation of the, norwegian : Norsk rikskringkasting. Citation needed By January 2009, the number of programme-producing divisions had been reduced from five to three, separated more along geographical than functional lines, and at the same time simplifying trading in the internal market.