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TV channels from Iceland
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.CAM: Gullfoss waterfall (-)LiveView of the Gullfoss waterfalls. Gullfoss is an Icelandic waterfall located on the Golden Circle tour route in southwest of the country. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland.
.CAM: Hekla Volcano (-)LiveView a webcam of Iceland's volcano Hekla ( the Gateway to Hell), located in the south of the country. It is one of the most active volcanoes in Iceland. Its sits at a height of 1,491m.
.CAM: Thingvellir (-)LiveView of the Thingvellir National Park. The park is located in the administrative district of Blaskogabyggo. Thingvellir became a national park back in 1928. The webcam offers a nice view of the entrance of the park.
.CAM: Tjornin (-)LiveReykjavíkurtjörnin is a small lake located in downtown Reykjavík, Iceland's capital, next to Reykjavík City Hall and the National Gallery of Iceland. Tjörnin is a favourite with the locals who go there to feed the ducks, swans and geese.
.RUV (Icelandic)LiveRUV is the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. The Televsion service was launched in 1966. RUV has TV studios in Reykjavik as well as in regional centres in the country. The channel offers a wide variety of programs including news, sports and entertainment.
Iceland Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
state-owned public TV broadcaster operates 1 TV channel nationally; several privately owned TV stations broadcast nationally and roughly another half-dozen operate locally; about one-half the households utilize multi-channel cable or satellite TV services; state-owned public radio broadcaster operates 2 national networks and 4 regional stations; 2 privately owned radio stations operate nationally and another 15 provide more limited coverage (2007)
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