New media for Korea event

March 2005
TVB Europe;Mar2005, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p4
This article reports that Korea International Broadcast, Audio & Lighting show KOBA, to be held from May 17-20 in Seoul, promotes the development of broadcasting and video equipment, satellite broadcasting system, audio and lighting equipment, and motion picture techniques in Korea. The annual event was first held in June 1991. A total of 600 companies and more than 50, 000 visitors from 28 different nations are expected to attend KOBA 2005, making this the largest broadcast exhibition in Korea.


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