Monday, September 04, 2006

Interview with Japan's Shiokaze Director available

The Daily NK, a website devoted to news about North Korea, has interviewed Araki Kazhiro, Director of Shiokaze Broadcasting, which started broadcasts to North Korea in October 2005, and sends messages to the Japanese abduction victims in the country, clarifying its vision on North Korean democracy. The broadcasts are jammed by North Korea.
Kazhiro says hew wants to cooperate with South Korean broadcasting companies, such as Free North Korea Broadcasting (Free NK), and Radio Free Asia (RFA) [sic]. “If we collaborate with them, the quality of our program will be better.”
(Source: R Netherlands Media Network weblog)

To read the interview at the Daily NK, go to: