Dreamline to Provide Internet Broadcasting with 11 Channels

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Dreamline to Provide Internet Broadcasting with 11 Channels

The high-speed Internet service company Dreamline announced on October 22 that it will launch integrated Internet broadcasting from November 1 on its site at www.dreamline.co.kr.
The service will offer 11 channels, including news, music, entertainment, movie, sports, religious, game show, cooking and regional information channels.
The president of Dreamline, Kim Chul-kwon said, 'The Internet broadcasting audience will be provided with various programs all on one site.'
So far, cable TV broadcasters, such as m.net and Yonhap TV News, and the film distributors, including CJ Entertainment, have operated their own seperate Internet broadcasting sites.
Kang Joo-an : jooan@joongang.co.kr
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