Urix

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Urix
Country of originNorway
Original languageNorwegian
Production
Production locations Oslo, Norway
Running time20 minutes
Release
Original network NRK2
NRK Nyheter
Picture format PAL (576i)
Original release6 September 2002 (2002-09-06)
Chronology
Related shows NRK News

Urix is a foreign affairs television newsmagazine aired Monday to Thursday night on the Norwegian television channel NRK2, a subsidiary channel of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK). The first show aired on 2 September 2002, and is produced by the same crew as Dagsrevyen. The title is a play on the word Utenriks, meaning "foreign (affairs)".

Former presenters include Christian Borch, Annette Groth, Bjørn Hansen, Sigrun Slapgard and Gunnar Myklebust.

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