The broadcast is available on the web at http://www.nrk.no/hurtigruten/ with text available in both Norwegian and English. And it's also available on regular television in Norway. As this is written, it is in the middle of the night in Norway -- or, rather, what passes for night this time of year -- and hurtigruten is cruising through Lofoten -- the beautiful, otherworldly group of islands north of the Arctic Circle (and home to the traditional fishing area that involved so many men from Stadsbygd and Rissa, including my father's father).
This is truly an amazing event, with flotillas of small craft escorting the northbound ferry and crowds of people gathering on shore and in port waving flags and cheering. It seems as though the whole country has turned out.
If you missed its passage through Trondheimsfjorden coming and going from Trondheim, you can view Stadsbygd, Leksvik, Rissa, Hasselvika, Ingdalen, Lensvik, Agdenes, and Ørland along the way by scrolling down to where the red line detours to Trondheim, then clicking on the little dots to start the video playback whereever you want. It's very cool!