Discuss previous Roskilde festival experiences.
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DR K are showing concert from Roskilde 2012

They have showed:
The Cure, Gossip, Janelle Monaé and The Roots have been showed

Wednesday from 22.50: Jack White
Thursday from 22.40: Mac Miller and DevilDriver
Friday from 23.00: I Got You On Tape and Mew

If you don’t have DR K, you can see them on dr.dk/tv (don’t think it works if you don’t live in Denmark)
Thanks for this hint, Martin - it works outside Denmark.
baluba wrote: Thanks for this hint, Martin - it works outside Denmark.



Wait what?!
You need to pay "licens"! :roll:
TMaagaard wrote: You need to pay "licens"!


No. You don't have to if you don't want to.
Saturnus wrote: No. You don't have to if you don't want to.


Tongue in cheek.
It just surprised me that it was available outside Denmark given the licens-system. Add to that the fact it has been criticised as much as it has, I can't see the critics being happy to know that it's available to everyone and his dog outside the country.
Unlike NRK you can watch DR abroad.

I officially despise the "lisens"-system to be honest. Here in Norway you get charged NRK license if you buy a product that is considered TV or screen; while you can watch everything online for free and legal.
Do I need a new profile name? wrote: Unlike NRK you can watch DR abroad.

I officially despise the "lisens"-system to be honest. Here in Norway you get charged NRK license if you buy a product that is considered TV or screen; while you can watch everything online for free and legal.


In Denmark you are "required" to pay license if you have a device that can access and reproduce any form of publicly available media material. Be it radio, tv, smart phone or just a internet connection.

When I put required in situation marks it because you really don't have to pay it. Just write DR or fill out the form on their homepage and stop paying. Should they at any point ring your door, just tell them you have nothing that requires license. They are not allowed to come in and check if you do and cannot sign you up for license without your consent.
Saturnus wrote:
Do I need a new profile name? wrote: Unlike NRK you can watch DR abroad.

I officially despise the "lisens"-system to be honest. Here in Norway you get charged NRK license if you buy a product that is considered TV or screen; while you can watch everything online for free and legal.


In Denmark you are "required" to pay license if you have a device that can access and reproduce any form of publicly available media material. Be it radio, tv, smart phone or just a internet connection.

When I put required in situation marks it because you really don't have to pay it. Just write DR or fill out the form on their homepage and stop paying. Should they at any point ring your door, just tell them you have nothing that requires license. They are not allowed to come in and check if you do and cannot sign you up for license without your consent.


Sound like your system is even worse. But at least it is easier for you to "cheat" the system.
Do I need a new profile name? wrote:
Saturnus wrote:
Do I need a new profile name? wrote: Unlike NRK you can watch DR abroad.

I officially despise the "lisens"-system to be honest. Here in Norway you get charged NRK license if you buy a product that is considered TV or screen; while you can watch everything online for free and legal.


In Denmark you are "required" to pay license if you have a device that can access and reproduce any form of publicly available media material. Be it radio, tv, smart phone or just a internet connection.

When I put required in situation marks it because you really don't have to pay it. Just write DR or fill out the form on their homepage and stop paying. Should they at any point ring your door, just tell them you have nothing that requires license. They are not allowed to come in and check if you do and cannot sign you up for license without your consent.


Sound like your system is even worse. But at least it is easier for you to "cheat" the system.


In Finland we just got rid of the licence-based system. Now we pay a little more taxes instead.
Do I need a new profile name? wrote: Sound like your system is even worse. But at least it is easier for you to "cheat" the system.


And no repercussions if you do. You can't get a fine or made to pay license from before you were signed up, and if you do in a momentary lapse of reason agree to pay it. You can just go to their website and sign yourself off again, and you'll only have to pay those fews days in between.

DR (Danish Radio) is required by law to accept and process anyone requesting to be signed off "without undue delay", and are not allowed by law to ask any questions regarding the legitimacy of the request.
We can get fines and what nots. Terrible, terrible thing. Most people are against the licence for this reason.
Wow, Mac Miller was just as fun as I remembered it.

And did anyone see the concert with Jack White, the crowd went bonkers under Seven Nation Army.
Bongo Anders wrote: Wow, Mac Miller was just as fun as I remembered it.

And did anyone see the concert with Jack White, the crowd went bonkers under Seven Nation Army.


I just watched the Jack White show. Damn it was better than I remembered, possibly because my chit-chatting friends weren't around this time.
TMaagaard wrote:
Bongo Anders wrote: Wow, Mac Miller was just as fun as I remembered it.

And did anyone see the concert with Jack White, the crowd went bonkers under Seven Nation Army.


I just watched the Jack White show. Damn it was better than I remembered, possibly because my chit-chatting friends weren't around this time.


I just loved every minute of it back then. It was my favourite part when in "Seven Nation Army" he tries to look so cool and takes a look at the audience which is going bonkers, and he just cracks up laughing with a "what the hell is this crowd"-look on his face. Hope they cought that on film. Also hope that someone would put that show on Youtube, since I missed it. Favourite one of 2012 that was.
Wallu wrote: I just loved every minute of it back then. It was my favourite part when in "Seven Nation Army" he tries to look so cool and takes a look at the audience which is going bonkers, and he just cracks up laughing with a "what the hell is this crowd"-look on his face. Hope they cought that on film. Also hope that someone would put that show on Youtube, since I missed it. Favourite one of 2012 that was.


Try this link. Apparently it should work outside Denmark.
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