South Korean phone company bets on K-popApril 12, 2012 in Technology / Business
(AP) -- South Korea's largest fixed-line telephone company is trying to capitalize on the worldwide popularity of Korean pop music, or K-pop, to increase revenue from overseas.
KT Chairman Lee Suk-chae said Thursday that telephone companies "will not just be a provider of dumb pipes."
The move by KT Corp. to use its iTunes-inspired music service and online broadcasting firm to attract overseas audiences, is aimed at getting more control over content on its network.
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