South Korea to Launch Internet Broadcasts on Reunification

South Korea says it will begin producing Korean-language Internet television and radio broadcasts later this month, aimed at raising public interest in the unification of North and South Korea.

The Yonhap news agency said its Internet broadcasting operation will begin September 26 with video content about unification issues. Yonhap says the Unification Ministry plans to produce weekly news reports and sitcom episodes about the latest unification developments.

An Internet radio channel also is set to begin broadcasting interviews with North Korean defectors.

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