Appointed as the new chairman of Korea Communications Commission (KCC) early this year, Chairman Lee Kyeong-Jae is the head of an agency that is responsible for Korea’s broadcasting policies. His frequent visits to broadcasting sites and sensitive ear for various opinions help him in his efforts to foster a fair and creative broadcasting and communications environment.
While serving as Vice-Minister of the Bureau of Information in 1995, he played a leading role in opening the cable TV age. With his extensive career in journalism and advertisement, he is known as the most appropriate person to become chairman of Korea Communications Commission.
This week on [Heart to Heart], KCC Chairman Lee Kyeong-Jae will share his life story that has accompanied 20 years of broadcasting history. He will also talk about the development and future of Korean broadcasting.