Television House (Oslo)

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Television House

The Television House (in Norwegian, Fjernsynshuset) is one of the main buildings at the NRK headquarters at Marienlyst in Oslo. The other main building is the Broadcasting House.

The house is designed by Nils Holter and Jan Bauck which was opened in 1969.

It is the seat of all central news production, including Dagsrevyen (TV), Dagsnytt (radio), NRK Alltid nyheter (radio) as well as online news services.

Coordinates: 59°56′09″N10°43′12″E / 59.9358°N 10.7201°E / 59.9358; 10.7201

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