Korean Football Association introduces K League broadcast policy at ABU Sports Media Conference

The Korea Football Association (KFA) announced today that it introduced its K League media and broadcasting business policy at the 2024 Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Sports Media Conference.

The ABU Sports Media Conference was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from March 14 to 16. The event was attended by more than 160 broadcasters and professional sports leagues representing Asian countries that are members of the 온라인카지노 ABU.

According to the federation, the conference was organized by the ABU on the theme of sports media, and was aimed at bringing together sports media experts and broadcasters from the Asia-Pacific region to share trends in the sports media industry and explore possibilities for development.

Kim Min-ju, a professional from the broadcasting business team, attended the conference and gave a presentation on ‘Media and Broadcasting Business in the K League. Kim explained the achievements and future vision of the K League’s broadcasting-related projects, including the establishment of a media center, direct operation of a broadcasting company, unification of production guidelines and graphics for high-quality broadcasting, and Korea’s first exclusive live broadcast on OTT new media.

“The conference provided an opportunity to internationally recognize the development of K-League broadcasting,” said the league, “and we will continue to seek opportunities to increase the media value of K-League through various global activities.”