|Launched||July 1, 2003|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV 16:9)
|Slogan||More Than You Imagine|
|Sister channel(s)||KBS 1TV
|GVT (Brazil)||Channel 145(Pay)|
|Transvision (Indonesia)||Channel 323 (HD)|
|Orange TV parabola (Indonesia)||Channel 210|
|Big TV (Indonesia)||Channel 569|
|Skynindo (Indonesia)||Channel 121|
|Nexmedia (Indonesia)||Channel 310|
|Topas TV (Indonesia)||Channel 89|
|Astro (Malaysia)||Channel 391(SD)
|Meo (Portugal) (Portugal)||Channel 214 (Pay)|
|Zon (Portugal)||Channel 242 (Pay)|
|Hot Bird 13°e||12476 H (fta)|
|Cignal (Philippines)||Channel 169 (Starts on Apirl 1 2017)|
|StarHub TV (Singapore)||Channel 815|
|SkyCable(Philippines)||Channel 75 (Digital)|
|TrueVisions(Thailand)||Channel 143,231 (HDTV) (English) Subtitle
Channel 245 (SD)
|Destiny Cable(Philippines)||Channel 75 (Digital)|
|Macau Cable TV (Macau)||Channel 202|
|Now TV (Hong Kong)||Channel 156|
|Singtel TV (Singapore)||Channel 523 (HD)
(Mix Up Mandarin/Malay/English)
|Peo TV (Sri Lanka)||Channel 87|
The foreign-language radio broadcast from KBS (before its restructure into a public broadcaster in March 1973) was started as "The Voice of Free Korea" in 1953. It officially became a part of KBS in July 1968. The station was renamed Radio Korea in March 1973, and then Radio Korea International in August 1994.
In July 2003, KBS World, an international television channel aimed at Koreans abroad, started broadcasting. In March 2005, Radio Korea International became KBS World Radio.
KBS World Radio is South Korea's sole foreign language promotional broadcast for the entire world. Its programming features news, culture, music, entertainment, as well as Korean lessons.
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.
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