KBS World Radio launched broadcast services Wednesday for users of Nokia portable gadgets around the world, which is a first for a domestic terrestrial radio broadcaster. By installing the Nokia Internet Radio on portable terminals, users can listen to KBS World Radio's programs and music in real time delivered in eleven languages at any place where Internet access is available. KBS World Radio's popular Korean language program "Let's Learn Korean" is also accessible via the service. Despite the growing popularity of Apple's iPhone, Nokia continues to lead in the global mobile market with a 37 percent share in cell phone sales and a 45 percent share in smart phones. The BBC, Deutsche Welle and Radio France Internationale also broadcast on Nokia Internet Radio.
(KBS Press Release)