MUMBAI: Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) president, CEO Dr.
Kim In-Kyu, who is now also Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union
(ABU) president, will receive the 2012 International Emmy
reaches a global audience of 50 million households in 73 countries
via its flagship international channel KBS World.
Dr. Kim, will accept the award at The 40th International Emmy
Awards, on Monday, 19 November in New York City.
International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences president,
CEO Bruce L Paisner said, "KBS is one of the great television
services in the world and Dr. Kim, one of the leading media
figures in Asia. We are looking forward to presenting him
with the Directorate Award as he embarks on celebrating his
40th anniversary at the service of KBS."
said, "KBS, as the key public service broadcaster of
Korea, has been striving to achieve the goal of fair and distinctive
broadcasting for the benefit of the public. On behalf of KBS,
I humbly accept this honour."