SBS CNBC is a 24-hour business news channel in South Korea.SBS CNBC is a South Korean news channel, focused on broadcasting primarily business and financial markets, is owned by NBC Universal and SBS Media Holdings, broadcasts 24 hours a day from Seoul. Its broadcasts began on December 28, 2009, after the closure of the Xsports channel.
KBS World is Korean Broadcasting System's international broadcasting service. It consists of KBS World Radio and the KBS World television channel.
KBS 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.
Apart from the signals from Seoul, there are three separate services operated by KBS's subsidiaries tailored to specific markets: the Japanese version of KBS World, operated by KBS Japan, targets Japanese audiences, the Indonesian version of KBS World, operated by OKTN, targets Indonesian audiences, while the American version of KBS World, operated by KBS America, targets audiences in both North and South America.
SBS News a South Korean cable and satellite television channel owned by SBS. Its programming is consist of mostly those from E! U.S., but also carries programs from the South Korean counterpart, as well as the libraries of SBS. Launched as UTV on August 16, 2005, it became E!
on January 1, 2009. Station provides programs of various genres and broadcasting, as well as the latest popular entertainment programming.
YTN - YTN News is a television station in Seoul, South Korea, providing News 24 hours a day, deliver fast, accurate and fair news anytime, anywhere in the middle of history .
YTN (short for Yonhap Television News ) is a South Korean news channel . It was founded on 14 of September of 1985 as a subsidiary of Yonhap News Agency and began broadcasts on television the 1 of March of 1995 and within the 30 of April of 1996 . It is regarded as the Korean equivalent of CNN .
Tomato TV, a channel specializing in securities / economy, was established in 1994 as a securities broadcasting station and has a stable financial structure and growth potential.
In October 2002, he was registered as a cable TV PP operator. In 2009, he became the first brokerage / economy channel to implement and transmit HD broadcasting.
Tomato TV is a 100% self-produced program that broadcasts 24 hours a day. Based on the investment strategies of over 50 securities experts and guest analysts, we provide investors with fast and accurate investment information.