.no is the Internet country code top-level domain ( ccTLD) for Norway. Registrations are processed via accredited registrars and internationalized domain names may also be registered (see details ). ...more on Wikipedia about ".no"
Egmont is one of the leading media industry groups of Scandinavia. Founded by Egmont Harald Petersen in 1878 as a one-man printing business, the company's headquarters is still based in Copenhagen, Denmark. After the Second World War Egmont initiated a cooperation with Disney, and in 1948 the company started to publish a Donald Duck comic magazine in Sweden. With the acquisition in 1963 of the Danish publisher Aschehoug, Egmont also entered the book market. The company also controls 33% of the Norwegian television channel TV 2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Egmont (media group)"
Japani NORWAY (formerly naruto.norway) is a Norwegian fan based community site for Japanese culture, anime and manga. ...more on Wikipedia about "Japani NORWAY"
This is a list of Norwegian radio stations or stations that broadcast for a Norwegian language audience. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Norwegian language radio stations"
The Norwegian Association of Audiovisual Translators —or Norsk audiovisuell oversetterforening (NAViO) in Norwegian— is an association organizing mainly translators dealing with subtitling for the cinema-, television-, video-, DVD- and Internet markets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Norwegian Association of Audiovisual Translators"
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