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A newsreader reads sports news at the American Forces Korea Network in Seoul, South Korea.
The American Forces Korea Network in Seoul, South Korea. A man seated at a film splicer and film projector edits film to add US Army produced commercials, and to tailor films as needed for station schedule. A station commander holds a meeting with staff of military and civilian department heads to discuss problems of technical upkeep and program schedule changes. Decisions are taken in the meeting. Live programs designed for US troops in Korea are produced at the key station of American Forces Korea Network. A man works before the broadcast of the daily television news shows. He selects photographs to be broad casted during the program. Other man sorts program tapes. Newsreaders seated at a desk. A cameraman records the event. A newsreader reads sports news. Location: Seoul Korea. Date: 1975.
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