Greenland is the world’s largest island and autonomous Danish territory between the North Atlantic and Arctic. 80% of the land of Greenland is covered with ice. The capital is Nuuk. The area of Greenland is 2.166 million km², and the population is 56,309 (2017).
The first newspaper of Greenland was Sermitsiaq, and it was the name of a mountain called Sermitsiaq. The newspaper was first published on May 21, 1958. Greenland has two newspapers, and they are Sermitsiaq and Atuagagdliutit. Sermitsiaq releases every Friday in a month. These two newspapers have online websites as well. The magazines of Greenland are- Greenland today, Suluk, ILULISSAT Greenland, Eco Kids, Cartography, etc.
Greenland first introduced television in 1960. The television stations of Greenland includes- Nuuk TV, KNR (Kalaallit Nunaata), KNR TV, KNR 1, KNR 2.
Streaming radio stations are the easiest way to listen to your favorite music. Almost every country in the world has many radio stations so as well as Greenland. The first radio station of Greenland was Kalaallit Nunaata, and it was first introduced in 1954. There are 12 radio stations in Greenland. The most popular streaming radio stations in Greenland are ICE FM, Nanoq Radio, Nuuk Radio, KNR Radio, Limfjord Plus Radio FM, The Voice Radio FM, Nova FM.
Greenland is one of the wired countries of the world, and it is 123rd in the world. The internet is available at a very affordable price. 37,442 people use the internet in Greenland (2012). Greenland has only one internet service provider, and it is Tele Greenland.
Greenland is one of a developing country in the world. In Greenland, telecommunications includes- Newspaper, news websites, television, radio, and internet. In the future, we can hope that Greenland will be more advanced and developed and people will have more opportunities for the telecommunication.