KEMS

KEMS (Korean EverRock Multi-Media Service) is a 24-hour Korean TV station serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. They recently went through a complete management change thus changing their name from KTVN to KEMS. KEMS is the only local broadcast now available on Comcast Starter Cable on channel 197. KEMS can also be viewed on KICU-TV subchannel 36.2.[1]

KEMS
TypeBroadcast television
Country
United States United States
AvailabilityNorthern California
OwnerKorean EverRock Multi-Media Inc.
Key people
Taek Jong Yu, President
Launch date
2008 Comcast Digital Starter ch.197; 2007(KEMS television launch); 1977 (First Korean broadcast)
Official website
KEMS

References

  1. ^ 함께 호흡하는 참여 방송. KOREADAILY.com (in Korean). April 11, 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-09.

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2025 ASEAN Para Games

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