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A group of KBS announcers visit MBC in Sangam-dong, western Seoul, on Thursday, to express their support for MBC announcers who stopped working to demand the resignation of their president and CEO over his alleged political meddling. MBC’s unionized workers will start a strike on Sept. 4 and two KBS labor unions said they will join the strike on Sept. 7. [KIM MIN-GYU]


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