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The Guardian Cites Groundbreaking North Korea Report


Despite facing a risk of forced hard labor, North Koreans “near the Chinese or South Korean border surreptitiously tune in to foreign radio and television broadcasts,” according to a recent story by The Guardian.  The article goes on to describe the ongoing struggle North Koreans face in receiving information from the outside world.  The article quotes from InterMedia’s groundbreaking report on North Korea, A Quiet Opening: North Koreans in a Changing Media Environment.”  The report describes how North Koreans are absorbing more information from outside their border than ever before.

Click here to read the full report.

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The Guardian Cites Groundbreaking North Korea Report


Despite facing a risk of forced hard labor, North Koreans “near the Chinese or South Korean border surreptitiously tune in to foreign radio and television broadcasts,” according to a recent story by The Guardian.  The article goes on to describe the ongoing struggle North Koreans face in receiving information from the outside world.  The article quotes from InterMedia’s groundbreaking report on North Korea, A Quiet Opening: North Koreans in a Changing Media Environment.”  The report describes how North Koreans are absorbing more information from outside their border than ever before.

Click here to read the full report.

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