The Northpole Podcast is a production of North Pole Radio News and the elves at SantaUpdate.com, the longest serving Santa tracker online.
It provides information about Santa Claus, the North Pole and elf life and culture.
The information below provides current updates from the North Pole as well as additional contact informatio.
Here are the most recent episodes of The Northpole Podcast:
- Stuff You Don’t Know About Santaby Elf Rodrigo Diaz-Lopez on December 12, 2020
Stuff you don’t know about Santa is the topic of conversation in this special episode of the North Pole Podcast. By request from several teachers and many parents we were asked to do a podcast... read more Stuff You Don’t Know About Santa
- Things to Know About Reindeerby Elf Rodrigo Diaz-Lopez on November 17, 2020
Reindeer are a special part of Christmas. Santa just could not be Santa without them. But what do you really know about reindeer? With the late arrival of the reindeer to the North Pole in... read more Things to Know About Reindeer
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Recent Santa Tracking News from North Pole Flight Command:
- 150 Days Until Santa Launchesby Elf Meg Nogg
There are now only 150 days until Santa launches and North Pole Flight Command has a long list of things to get ready: Santa has announced that he wants 200 million tracker elves working by the time he launches. Those elves need to be recruited, trained and deployed. Test flights of Santa’s sleigh continue. The
- Sleigh Headed to Sector 2by Elf Meg Nogg
North Pole Flight Command indicates that Santa’s sleigh will soon start to transition to Sector 2. It will begin with an extended period over open water. Where that will exactly be has not been announced. The sleigh has performed very well since the latest changes were implemented. We expect that as the sleigh tests over