We begin broadcasting our news on Kringle Radio in just 12 hours. More than 50 hours are planned to begin at:
12 am — New Zealand on 12/24
10 pm — Australia on 12/23
8 pm — Seoul on 12/23
7 pm — Hong Kong on 12/23
3 pm — Dubai on 12/23
3 pm — Moscow on 12/23
1 pm — Bucharest on 12/23
11 am — London on 12/23
6 am – New York on 12/23
3 am — Los Angeles on 12/23
This early start time is to coincide with the dawn of Christmas Eve around the world — and broadcast will end when Santa returns to the North Pole sometime on Christmas morning.
News updates will come several times each hour through out the event. We will have live reports from stations all over the world with interviews of elves at the North Pole and others of importance in the annual campaign known as Operation Merry Christmas. When we are not broadcasting news we will be listening to Christmas music, hosted by our friends from several locations throughout the world.
Of course, all the maps and news can also be followed online here at Santa Update and at TrackingSanta.net.
We hope you keep your radio dialed to Kringle Radio. We will have it on here at the North Pole, in the workshop and at the tracking center. And also at the North Pole Christmas Eve party. Santa will also be listening on the sleigh, too.