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TV channels from Korea, South
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.ArirangLiveArirang TV (founded in 1996) is an international English-language network based in Seoul. It's operated by the Korea International Broadcasting Foundation. The channel presents programs designed to give viewers a contemporary, accurate look at Korea, Asia and the world.
.CBSLiveCBS is an interdenominational non-profit organization. Since 2002 it operates its own TV station. CBS programming is related to the Korean church and society.
.G1 SBSLiveGangwon No.1 Broadcasting or G1 is a Radio and TV station in Gangwon Province, affiliated with the SBS Network. It broadcasts entertainment and informative programs.
.KBS WorldLiveKBS World's TV programming is sourced from KBS's domestic television services. It mainly broadcast in Korean, but subtitles in English, Malay and Chinese are also provided. KBS strives to connect with the audience through the production of audience oriented, high-quality public services. It started with TV broadcasts in 1961.
.MBNLiveMBN or the Maeil Broadcasting Network is a privatly owned Business TV channel that was founded in 1995. It is operated by Maeil Business Newspaper
.MTNLiveMTN or Money Today Network is a Business and Economic news channel. MTN is fast, accurate, real-time economic and investment information channel. It delivers information directly to individual investors.
.PBCLivePBC or the Pyeonghwa Broadcasting Corporation is a TV channel that was founded in 1990. It offers programs for the Catholic community.
.YTN NewsLiveYTN News is a 24-hour news and current affairs channel. YTN or Yonhap Television News was founded 1993 as a subsidiary of the Yonhap News Agency. The headquarter of YTN News is based in Seoul.
.YTN ScienceLiveThis channel is the nation's first 24-hour operation of scientific broadcast. It offers technology and science based programming.
Korea, South Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
multiple national TV networks with 2 of the 3 largest networks publicly operated; the largest privately owned network, Seoul Broadcasting Service (SBS), has ties with other commercial TV networks; cable and satellite TV subscription services available; publicly operated radio broadcast networks and many privately owned radio broadcasting networks, each with multiple affiliates, and independent local stations (2010)
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