Television Radio Satellite Paperless Publishing
Rather than using the common "television set" the NJK will instead make use of projection televison technology. This system allows for much more flexibility and demands much less raw materials.
For audio broadcasts within an HC’s borders, a typical radio system will be used. This basically calls for a well placed broadcast towers and various personal radio receivers.
For broadcasts and communications throughout the HC’s located globally, the NJK will build, launch, and operate its very own communication satellites. Currently there are about 3,000 useful satellites in space owned by 40 countries. (There are also 6,000 no longer useful satellites) [Source].
With papermaking being a very resource intensive industry (e.g., equipment, water, trees & growing areas, chemicals (ink), energy), the NJK will seek as much as possible to keep its use a paper to a bare minimum. This will mean that periodicals and newspapers will be published primarily through electronic means. Physical copies will be reserved for documentation and library needs. A technology like the developing electronic ink or an ultra thin, portable and wireless LCD display can be used to support this alternative form of publishing.
Radio Satellite Paperless Publishing
Satellite Paperless Publishing