Japan to launch new national news network
Japan will roll out a new national media network in coming months that will include a new digital platform to handle public affairs.
Kebab Broadcasting Corporation will launch the news network Kyodo on Dec. 10.
The Kyodo news website will be managed by Kyodo Japan, which is run by a consortium of companies including a private equity firm, the Japanese broadcasting company, and the Japanese government.
The Kyodo website will include news articles, videos, and photos, according to a statement released Thursday by the company.
It will also host news coverage of the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday.
The website will also provide access to the company’s vast archives of news and information, according the statement.
The announcement comes after the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced plans to launch a digital media center on Dec, 8.
Kyodo and the other media groups will be among the partners.
Kyodoshan, a media conglomerate, is a member of Kyodo.
Kyodo is part of the company that runs Japan’s largest TV and radio stations, including NHK, NHK Japan, and Japan’s NHK.
It has more than 50 million monthly active users.
The new Kyodo network will include the news, sports, entertainment, and fashion sections.
Kyoda, which translates to “news,” will be an independent channel, with Kyodo-owned outlets to report on news and entertainment content from around the world.
The company plans to use its existing and new media properties, including the NHK network and NHK’s flagship NHK+ program.
Kyoda also will publish a daily news magazine called NHK-news, according a statement.
The magazine will be published in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
The website will allow users to create and share news stories and photos with the option to upload the content to the website.
The site will also have access to news content from other news organizations, including news outlets in South Korea and the United States.
The launch of Kyodos new digital news network comes as the Tokyo metropolitan government is preparing to hold its annual New Year’s Day event.
The event is expected to attract more than 1 million people.