Korea Communication Commission and Thai PBS Delegates Discuss Strategies and OTT Contents

Korea Communications Commission (KCC) was established on 16 March 1992, in order to be responsible for broadcasting and telecommunications in South Korea. The KCC produces legislation and regulation to ensure the freedom and expansion of the communications sector.

On 28 October 2019, PYO, CHUL-SOO, KCC Standing Commissioner and other delegates visiting Thai PBS Head office were welcomed by Deputy Director-General, Dr. Sudarat D. Chantrawatanakul, and Mr. Anupong Chaiyariti to discuss the three main topics which contains

"Strategies in response to the rise of OTT and new media"

"Strategies to distinguish PBS content from Pay TV broadcasting"

"Current status and direction of Hallyu(Korean Wave) content"

During the discussion, Ms. Kanokporn Prasitphon, Program Department Director of Thai PBS has shown Thai PBS’s Product/Service, Roadmap and OTT media service called VIPA (Vision-Passion) which provided audio and video streaming services to access any content anywhere, anytime via website, social media and VIPA mobile application with various genres of content and alternative language services.