Company Profile: 'KBS Media'

KBS Media manages four major businesses - Global Sales, Contents Licensing & Production, Cultural & Public Events Planning and Home Entertainment. Throughout its operations, KBS Media maintains the values and integrity of the KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), which is a world’s leading public broadcaster, combined with he commercial skill and insight, flexibility, knowledge and strength of a global corporation.

Company Name:

KBS Media

Address:

4F, KBS Media Centrer, 1652 Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea

Business Category:

Broadcast

Business Subcategory:

TV Program Distribution

Contact Information

Partners:

TVB, GTV, NHK, Astro, CCTV, Arte

Company Profile

KBS Media manages four major businesses - Global Sales, Contents Licensing & Production, Cultural & Public Events Planning and Home Entertainment. Throughout its operations, KBS Media maintains the values and integrity of the KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), which is a world’s leading public broadcaster, combined with he commercial skill and insight, flexibility, knowledge and strength of a global corporation.

KBS Media continues to build the reputation of KBS around the world by serving all audiences and customers with first class products and strengthening our services.

Global Sales: Bringing the best of KBS programming to audiences around the world

Contents Licensing & Production: Acquiring, investing in, localizing contents and maximizing their potential

Cultural & Public Events Planning: Planning cultural & public events which add value to KBS as a public broadcaster

Home Entertainment: Helping audiences enjoy the best of KBS through a variety of media such as TV, DVD, books, and CD

Who We Are

  • Describe your current businessstatus in the local/global market.

KBS Media manages its program distribution and licensing

  • Describe your key products

IRIS (Drama)

Noodle Road (Documentary)

Asian Corridor in Heaven (Documentary)

  • What are your company’s mainstrengths?

High quality competitive contents and popularity in Asia

  • What are the greatest challenges,both from a creative and business standpoint that companies like yoursface in today’s economy?

To continue to produce high quality programs and to expand to new markets such as Europe and America

  • Describe your plans for 2010.

Co-production with international partners, Market expansion

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