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Tracking Santa Around the World

Coming up on Kringle Radio beginning at 5am EST on Friday, December 23rd, is the Tracking Santa Around the World radio broadcast. For more than 2 full days we track Santa long before he launches until well after he returns to the North Pole.

The radio broadcast, originating from the studios of Kringle Radio at the North Pole, features dozens of elf news reporters stationed around the world, at North Pole Flight Command, and right behind Santa’s sleigh by our eye-in-the-sky elf reporter, the Ultimate Santa Tracker, Elf Crash Murphy.

The commercial free radio broadcast features the very best in Christmas music interrupted only when necessary by North Pole Radio News reports, much like the one above. You will know where Santa is, what he is doing and where he is headed next – and it all comes from official North Pole sources endorsed and managed by Santa himself.

The live radio broadcast will be made available on all official North Pole websites at,, and The broadcast works in sync with the Official North Pole Santa Tracker Map, which goes live at Santa’s launch (also on every official North Pole website).

The radio broadcast will be made available on stations of the Kringle Radio Network, streaming both online and featured on terrestrial radio in more than 150 countries around the world. It is also being made available via and the Santa Tracking App.

We hope you can join us!

Elf Harold Star


3 replies
  1. Elf Ulan
    Elf Ulan says:

    Thank you, Elf Harold! The 50 hours radio broadcast starts on Friday evening locally. I remember I was so excited while waiting for it last year. Thank you, Elves Frank and Crash; you have many reporters. Will she report in Sector 5? I’m curious who will report in my sector. ^^ I want to listen to the radio all the time. It has Christmas love and spirits and makes me joyful. Santa’s sleigh is faster than Elf Crash, so I wonder how he can track Santa. He must fly very high. Please stay warm. And how do they keep awake for a long time? I’ll cheer y’all up then, lol I’m happy to hear on the radio that Santa came back to the North Pole safely. ^^ Can’t wait, and Merry Christmas to everyone!

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