Communications in North Korea
Communications in North Korea refers to the communication services available in North Korea. North Korea has not fully adopted mainstream Internet technology due to its isolationist policies.
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Telephone numbers in North Korea
Telephone numbers in North Korea are regulated by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
This is the official list as registered with ITU-T in 2011.
Telephone numbers in North Korea - Wikipedia
List of mobile network operators of the Asia Pacific region
This is a list of all mobile phone carriers in the Asia Pacific Region and their respective number of subscribers. There are an estimated 2.6 billion mobile phones activated through various carriers i...
Media of North Korea
The media of North Korea is among the most strictly controlled in the world. The constitution notionally provides for freedom of speech and the press; however, the government prohibits the exercise o...
Radio jamming in Korea
Radio jamming on the Korean Peninsula makes the border region one of the world's busiest places for radio signals. Medium wave jamming is dominant in the area including Seoul and the DMZ. South Korea ...
Voice of Korea
Voice of Korea interval signal and national anthem received in the UK in May 2013. The last minute of a Voice of Korea English broadcast received in the UK in May 2013.Voice of Korea (Korean: ...
Voice of Korea - Wikipedia
Internet in North Korea
Internet access is available in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), but only permitted with special authorization and primarily used for government purposes. The country has some ...
Sili Bank
Sili Bank is a company based in China. The company provides email services in both China and North Korea by maintaining dedicated servers in both countries. Established in September 12, 2001, Sili Ban...
Chollima (website)
Chollima (Chosŏn'gŭl: 천리마그룹) was a North Korean website providing news and information about economic policies and foreign trade. The website contained North Korea's first online shop, believed to hav...
Telecommunications in North Korea
Communications in North Korea refers to the communication services available in North Korea. North Korea has not fully adopted mainstream Internet technology due to its isolationist policies.
Nort...
Telecommunications in North Korea - Wikipedia
North Korean postal service
The North Korean postal service (Korean: 조선의 체신체계; Hanja: 朝鮮의 遞信體系) is operated by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications and Communication Maintenance Bureau, which oversees postal communication...
North Korean postal service - Wikipedia
Propaganda in North Korea
The standard view of propaganda in North Korea is that it is based on the Juche ideology and the promotion of the Workers' Party of Korea. Many pictures of the national leaders are posted throughout t...
Propaganda in North Korea - Wikipedia
Postage stamps and postal history of North Korea
Postage stamps are issued by the North Korean postal department and tend to portray patriotic and nationalist themes and are used as a form of propaganda. Since the 1970s North Korea has outproduced S...
Television in North Korea
Korean Central Television (KCTV; chosongul: 조선중앙텔레비죤, Joseon Jung-ang Tellebijyon) is a state television broadcaster in North Korea, located in the capital city, Pyongyang. KCTV is the only official s...
Television in North Korea - Wikipedia
Censorship in North Korea
North Korea (the Democratic People's Republic of Korea) has a high degree of censorship and no de facto freedom of the press. Censorship in North Korea is very pervasive and strictly enforced by the g...
List of newspapers in North Korea
This is a list of newspapers in North Korea.
Koryolink
Koryolink (Korean: 고려링크, styled as koryolink), a joint venture between Egyptian company Global Telecom Holding and the state-owned Korea Post and Telecommunications Corporation (KPTC), is North Ko...