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RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II 1

RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II 1
RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II 1
RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER
Nov.1994 Volume II

RKI Strengthens Listener Services.
Radio Korea International (RKI) is pleased to announce that next year, it will invite eight exemplary listeners to Korea as part of its efforts to repay the continued support, affection and enthusiasm shown by the listeners. Selection of the lucky listeners will be made through examination by a screening committee, criteria for which are the reception reports, letters, suggestions, and other forms of feedback. Selections will be made among listeners who sent in the most reception reports and letters, and those who are judged to have made the biggest contributions to the overall development of RKI.
Those invited will be given roundtrip air tickets from their places of residence to Seoul. They will stay in Korea for a week and have a rare opportunity to tour Seoul and other scenic spots including Kyongju, the ancient capital of the Shilla Kingdom, to broaden their knowledge and
understanding of the history, culture and tradition of Korea, the land of the morning calm. While here, the visiting listeners will be accompanied by a staff member of each language section so that they can be provided with all possible convenience. Besides the tickets, expenses required for their stay in this country will be borne by RKI.
Meanwhile, RKI also plans to select 32 people among the winners of its tri-monthly quiz competition next year and present each with a 25-inch color TV set as a prize, eight every quarter. Priority will be also given to entries from those deemed to have made most active program participation and contribution through listener feedback. ln an effort to relieve the listeners' burden, RKI will arrange that expenses for postage and customs clearnace will be borne by the sponsor of theprize items. RKI plans to push ahead with these two listener services programs in the future years.

Programs and Broadcast Unites Readjusted
Radio Korea International(RKl) has changed some programs and transmissions in a biannual regular reshuffle, effective November 1st. Among major programs newly introduced are "Economic News Briefs, " aired in all language services except Japanese, "Koreans in Action," aired in Korean, "Seoul Obsenratoiy," in Japanese, "Meet on Friday, " in German, and "Friday Salon," in Spanish.
The annual program reshuffle reflects RKI's efforts to better embrace the global community in the era of openness and intemationalization. The new program "Economic News Briets" will help the listeners be better iniomted ofthe stature of the Korean economy in the wake ot the ever-changing international economic climate of today. Meanwhile, the length of broadcast units was also readjusted. A new one-hour transmission format will replace the former 45-minute transmissions in Russian, Indonesian, French, German, Spanish and Arabic services. The two- hour Japanese transmission now runs only one hour. However, the English, Chinese and Korean service transmissions remain unchanged.

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