Contents 1 History 2 Chronological history 3 International relations 4 MBC channels 5 Logos 5.1 headquarters 6 Foreign partners 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] ▲ Radio era (1961-1968) Launching the first radio broadcast signal (call sign: HLKV, frequency: 900 kHz, output: 10 kW) from Seoul, MBC started as the first non-governmental commercial broadcaster in Korea. On April 12, 1963, it obtained a license from the government for operating regional stations in major cities (Daegu, Gwangju, Daejeon, Jeonju) in Korea, and established a broadcast network which connects 6 cities including Seoul and Busan. ▲ Black & White TV era (1969-1980) MBC launched TV broadcasting on August 8, 1969 (call sign: HLAC-TV, output: 2 kW), and started to broadcast its main news program MBC Newsdesk on October 5, 1970. It reached affiliation deal with 7 commercial stations (in Ulsan, Jinju, Gangnueng, Chuncheon, Mokpo, Jeju, Masan) between 1968 and 1969, and started nationwide TV broadcasting through its 13 affiliated or regional stations. In 1974, FM radio was launched, as MBC took over The Kyunghyang Shinmun (daily newspaper company). ▲ Color TV Era (1980-1990) The first color TV broadcasting was started on December 22, 1980. MBC was separated from The Kyunghyang Shinmun according to the 1981 Basic Press Act. In 1982, it moved into the Yoido headquarters and founded professional baseball team MBC Cheong-ryong (Blue Dragon). With the live coverage of the 1986 Seoul Asian Games and the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, MBC made a great advancement in scale and technology. ▲ Multimedia Era (1991-2000) After rapidly growing into a large corporation, covering major international events, MBC established specialized companies for each value chain (MBC Production, MBC Media Tech, MBC Broadcast Culture Center, MBC Arts Company, MBC Arts Center) and spined them off as subsidiaries to become a more efficient corporation amid fiercer competition in the multimedia era. ※ MBC Production and MBC Media Tech were merged into MBC C&I in August, 2011. ▲ Digital Era (2001–present) As the convergence of broadcasting and communications becomes full-fledged, MBC made its subsidiary iMBC (internet MBC) an independent corporation and pursued various internet-related business. Furthermore, it started cable TV (MBC Plus Media,) satellite TV and new DMB broadcasting. In 2007, MBC established digital production center Ilsan Dream Center, which is equipped with high-tech production facilities. In September 2014, it competed the construction of new headquarters building and moved from Yoido to Sangam-dong, opening a new era of Sangam MBC. In 2001, MBC launched satellite and cable television broadcasting. As part of this expansion it created MBC America, a subsidiary based in Los Angeles, United States, to distribute its programming throughout the Americas. On August 1, 2008 MBC America launched MBC-D, a television network carried on the digital subchannels of KSCI-TV, KTSF-TV, and WMBC-TV. The service was planned to be launched in Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. by the end of the year.[1][2] In northeast metro Atlanta, it aired on WKTB-CD channel 47.3, but as of 2011 is on WSKC-CD channel 22.1.

Chronological history[edit] 2/21/1961 – Seoul Private Broadcasting. Corp. established and registered 10/2/1961 – Changed corporate name into Hankuk Munhwa Broadcasting Corp. 12/2/1962 – MBC Radio launched (HLKV 900 kHz, 10 kW) 11/26/1963 – Exclusive coverage of the election of members of the National Assembly 1/23/1965 – MBC network established – Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Jeonju 6/22/1966 – TV broadcasting permitted 5/3/1967 – Exclusive overnight, live coverage of the 6th presidential election of Korea 4-9/1968 – MBC network expanded to include Ulsan, Jinju, Gangneung, Chuncheon, Jeju 8/2/1969 – Jung-dong headquarters building established 8/8/1969 – MBC TV broadcasting started 10/5/1970 – MBC Newsdesk first aired 10/1/1971 – Names of the regional stations unified (OO Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation) 4/15/1972 – TV call sign changed (HLAC → HLKV TV) 11/1/1974 – Took over The Kyunghyang Shinmun (daily newspaper company) and launched as Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation・Kyunghyang Shinmun 9/8/1975 – Munhwa Gymnasium opened 9/3/1977 – The first MBC University Song Festival held 4/7/1978 – TV news studio News Center established 7/28/1979 – The first MBC Riverside Song Festival held 12/22/1980 – Color TV broadcasting started 1/1/1981 – Nationwide simultaneous color TV broadcasting started 3/17/1982 – Yoido studios completed 12/21/1984 – Multi-sound TV broadcasting started 9/19/1985 – Nationwide simultaneous FM radio broadcasting 11/18/1985 – The first OB van for TV in Korea was first used 4/29/1986 – Jung-dong HQ broadcast facilities integrated to Yoido building to start transmission from Yoido. 9/1/1986 – Unmanned TV relay station established in Ulleungdo Island 12/15/1987 -MBC Standard FM broadcasting launched 1988.9.17 – Broadcast Seoul Olympic Games (685 hours) 12/31/1988 – Foundation for Broadcast Culture established 7/2/1990 – MBC Broadcasting Code declared 10/15/1990 – Theme song "A Good Friend to Meet, MBC" started to be used 1/10/1991 – MBC Production, MBC Media Tech established 6/1/1991 – MBC Broadcast Culture Center established 7/1/1991 – MBC America established 7/1/1992 – MBC Arts Center established 9/6/1993 – TV Ombudsman started 10/1/1993 – MBC viewers service center opened 12/2/1993 – Succeeded in connecting space station Mir for broadcast for the first time in Korean broadcasting history 1/1/1995 – MBC became a full member of ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union) 4/1/1995 – Music FM started 24-hour broadcasting 10/7/1995 – Internet homepage service began 1/19/1996 – Nationwide digital line network for TV started to operate 8/1/1996 – Multi-sound TV broadcasting expanded to nationwide service 12/2/1996 – Automated digital TV transmission from master control room started 4/30/1997 – Internet VOD service started 5/14/1998 – Engineering Research Center registered as a state certified research center 10/6/1999 – Digital terrestrial test broadcasting started 1/14/2000 – MBC Standard FM nationwide network completed 9/4/2000 – Radio paperless system started in full-scale 9/10/2000 – MBC News to be satellite broadcast in the Americas in real time 5/24/2001 – Public demonstration of Neons and Diva, developed as a total automation system for broadcasting, was held 7/26/2001 – Succeeded in developing MIROS, a radio digital broadcasting operation system 8/25/2001 – "FM4U" is selected as the winner at the MBC-FM Nickname Contest 1/2/2002 – The Committee for Viewers’ Sovereignty launched 2/26/2003 – MBC Youth Football Foundation launched 10/2004 – Digital Archive System DAMS established (10/2004-12/2005) 12/2004 – Program export surpassed 15 million dollars 12/30/2004 – Obtained frequency for terrestrial DMB experimental station from the Ministry of Information and Communications 12/1/2005 – DMB broadcasting station opened: my MBC 3/6/2006 – Radio in PC "mini MBC" launched 6/8/2006 – DTV data broadcasting started 1/12/2007 – Alliance channel for regional stations "MBC NET" launched 11/30/2007 – MBC Ilsan Dream Center established 8/1/2008 – MBC America launched digital terrestrial broadcasting "MBCD" 11/17/2008 – Real-time transmission to IPTV started 4/9/2009 – Radio on-the-move studio "Aladdin" introduced 12/1/2009 – DMB 2.0 broadcasting started in full-scale 1/28/2010 – HD news NPS (Network production system) launched 5/3/2011 – "MBC Nanum" established 5/9/2011 – Co-hosted INPUT 2011 (International Public Television) 8/16/2011 – MBC C&I launched (newly merged corporation of MBC Production and MBC Media Tech) 9/1/2011 – "MBC Gyeongnam" established (merged station of Jinju MBC and Changwon MBC) 10/1/2011 – OTT broadcasting service "pooq" launched 11/5/2012 – Weekday main news program "MBC Newsdesk" moved from 9 pm to 8 pm 12/31/2012 – Terrestrial analog broadcasting switched off 1/1/2012 – 24-hour TV broadcasting started 8/4/2014 – News program first transmitted from new headquarters in Sangam 9/1/2014 – The new era of Sangam HQ declared (before the completion of the HQ buildings)

International relations[edit] MBC is an active member of international organizations such as ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union), IATAS (The International Academy of Television Arts & Science) and INPUT (International Public Television Screening Conference), and is affiliated with 21 broadcasters in 13 different countries. It is engaged in various global business through overseas corporations in Los Angeles and Shanghai, and bureaus in North America, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East as well as Asia, in close cooperation with major global media groups. MBC is devoted to entering foreign markets and expanding the business area. It maintains a close relationship with foreign buyers by participating in major content markets every year such as MIP-TV, MIPCOM, NATPE, BCWW and ATF. In addition, it operates an English web site which introduces various MBC content to the oversears buyers and viewers so that they can easily access its content. MBC drama What on Earth Is Love? is the first Korean Wave drama which sparked the K-drama boom across China, when it was aired on CCTV in 1997. Since then, numerous MBC drama, entertainment shows as well as documentaries have been exported to different countries, drama "Dae Jang Geum" was shown in as many as 91 countries around the world. More recently, MBC is widening its content business area by exporting show formats such as I Am a Singer, We Got Married and Dad! Where Are We Going? to other countries.

MBC channels[edit] See also in Korean Wikipedia: Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation Television 1 terrestrial TV (MBC TV channel 11) 3 Radio stations: Name Frequency Power (kW) HLKV-AM 900 kHz AM 95.9 MHz FM 50 kW(AM) 10 kW(FM) MBC FM4U 91.9 MHz FM 10 kW Channel M CH 12A DAB 2 kW 5 cable (drama, sports, game-show, variety and documentary) 5 satellite (drama, sports, game-show, variety and documentary) 3 terrestrial DMB (TV, radio, data) 2 satellite DMB (drama, sports)

Logos[edit] First logo (used 1961 to 1969) Second MBC logo (used 1969 to 1974) Third MBC logo (1974 to March 1981) Fourth MBC logo (used April 1981 to November 1981) Fifth MBC logo (December 1981 to 1985) Sixth MBC logo (1985 to 31 December 2004) Seventh MBC logo (used January 3, 2005) Eighth MBC logo (The Second Version of Seventh) and current MBC logo (used 2005 to present) headquarters[edit]

Foreign partners[edit] Partner Country MBC Global Oh!K Southeast Asia Seven Network, Nine Network, and SBS Australia Rede Globo Brazil CTV, eOne and TVOntario Canada Canal 13, UCV Televisión and Telecanal Chile Shanghai Media Group and Hunan TV China M6, France Televisions and D8 France MTV Hungary Rai, Cielo and Mediaset Italy Municipal Television of Thessaloniki Greece Channel 3 Thailand Fuji Television Japan Global TV, Indosiar, MNCTV, SCTV and RTV Indonesia TVB, Cable TV Hong Kong and Phoenixtv Hong Kong TV3, NTV7 and 8TV Malaysia Canal 13 Paraguay Panamericana Televisión Peru ABS-CBN, GMA Network and Solar Entertainment Philippines TVI Portugal Pasiones TV Puerto Rico Al Jazeera Qatar TVR Romania Mediacorp Singapore Antena 3, laSexta, Cuatro and Telecinco Spain TRT Turkey ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and PBS United States Gala Television, Formosa Television, TTV and CTS Taiwan DW-TV, RTL Television and ProSieben Germany ITV and Channel 5 United Kingdom Venevisión Venezuela Hanoi TV and TodayTV VTC7 Vietnam

See also[edit] MBC TV MBC Music MBC Plus MBC Game List of South Korean broadcasting networks List of Korea-related topics Contemporary culture of South Korea EBS-TV KBS1 KBS2 KBS Kids SBS-TV JTBC-TV Channel A TV Chosun

References[edit] ^ ^

External links[edit] Official Homepage MBC Global Media English language homepage MBC in Brief MBC History Logos Oh!K Southeast Asia SEA Version of MBC Joint Venture with Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific v t e MBC TV Current Programs News MBC News at 5 MBC Newsdesk Dramas Backflow (Mon-Fri 07:50) Enemies from the Past (Mon-Fri 19:15) Two Cops (Mon-Tue 21:55) I'm Not a Robot (Wed-Thu 21:55) Money Flower (Sat 20:45) Man in the Kitchen (Sun 20:45) Entertainment Radio Star (Wed) Living Together in Empty Room (Fri) I Live Alone (Fri) Show! Music Core (Sat) Infinite Challenge (Sat) Sunday Night (Sun) King of Mask Singer Wizard of Nowhere MBC Drama Awards (Annual) MBC Entertainment Awards (Annual) MBC Gayo Daejejeon (Annual) Related articles List of Radio Star episodes List of Infinite Challenge episodes List of King of Mask Singer episodes v t e Television networks in South Korea The highlighted channel numbers are for the Seoul Capital Area on digital television. Public television/ Free-to-air & Terrestrial EBS (EBS1 10-1, EBS2 10-2) KBS (KBS1 9-1, KBS2 7-1) Private/Commercial networks/ Free-to-air & Terrestrial MBC (MBC TV 11-1) SBS (SBS TV 6-1) OBS (OBS-TV 8-1 (available in Seoul National Capital Area)) Private Commercial networks/ Subscription & Cable JTBC MBN Channel A TV Chosun Specialty(PP) News Yonhap News TV YTN Music Mnet MBC Music SBS MTV KM Gayo TV I-net TV etn Entertainment tvN OtvN XtvN OnStyle O'live KBS Joy MBC Every 1 SBS funE JTBC2 MBN Plus Channel A+ C time Comedy TV K-STAR E channel SKY ENT TeleNovela Cartoon Tooniverse Nickelodeon Cartoon Network Boomerang Disney Channel Disney Junior Movie channel CGV OCN Global Arirang TV By the callsign Analogue (until 31.12.2012) HLKA-TV HLKC-TV HLKV-TV HLQL-TV HLSQ-TV HLQS-TV Digital HLKA-DTV HLKC-DTV HLKV-DTV HLQL-DTV HLSQ-DTV HLQS-DTV Defunct HLKZ-TV HLCD-TV Defunct KBS Television (KBS-TV) TBC-TV Retrieved from "" Categories: Munhwa Broadcasting CorporationSouth Korean television networksKorean-language television stationsMedia companies of South KoreaCompanies established in 1961Television channels and stations established in 1969Hidden categories: Articles to be expanded from September 2017All articles to be expandedArticles needing translation from Korean WikipediaArticles containing Korean-language text

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