The main news center of the Korea summit talks opened 2850 journalists worldwide.

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 The main news center of the Korea summit talks opened 2850 journalists worldwide.


Only one day from the 27 South Korea summit meeting in April, the South Korea International Exhibition Center of Gyeonggi Do (KINTEX) was formally put into use on the 26 day of the main news center of the South Korea summit meeting (MPC). The center area is 10 thousand square meters, and it will open 24 hours from 27 to 28 days. It will broadcast live and news to the major media around the world. The press office provides 550 or 360 jobs for media reporters at home and abroad to accommodate more than 1000 journalists from all over the world. The Preparatory Committee will also provide foreign language journalists with simultaneous interpretation services in 9 languages, namely, Chinese, English, Spanish and Arabic. In addition to the press release hall, the main news center also has various facilities such as the International Broadcasting Center (IBC), the photo video editing room, the interview room and other facilities to provide support for the reporters. According to the results of the media interview released by Chong Wa Dae, as of 24, there were 2850 journalists from 460 media in 41 countries, with a large increase in scale compared with the 2000 (1000) and 2007 (1700) summit. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Qiao Jing _NN6607 The press office provides 550 or 360 jobs for media reporters at home and abroad to accommodate more than 1000 journalists from all over the world. The Preparatory Committee will also provide foreign language journalists with simultaneous interpretation services in 9 languages, namely, Chinese, English, Spanish and Arabic. In addition to the press release hall, the main news center also has various facilities such as the International Broadcasting Center (IBC), the photo video editing room, the interview room and other facilities to provide support for the reporters. According to the results of the media interview released by Chong Wa Dae, as of 24, there were 2850 journalists from 460 media in 41 countries, with a large increase in scale compared with the 2000 (1000) and 2007 (1700) summit.