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Kara to Open 'KARA Channel' on YouTube

2011/08/29 | 429 views | Permalink | Source

Star hallyu group Kara will open the "Kara Channel" (http://www.youtube.com/DSPKara) on YouTube. Their agency DSP Media revealed on August 26 that Kara will provide content on the "Kara Channel" once a week from September 7 before they will begin holding activities for their third album.

They will broadcast a total of three live performances and unveil their video images containing their self-shot images and their appearances while preparing for their activities. The agency said, "Kara will be the first Korean singers who will try to communicate with fans both by holding activities and providing a service through YouTube. Kara has decided to begin the 'Kara Channel project' to actively communicate with their fans".

The "Kara Channel" already opened a board for conducting a survey from August 26 before they will begin actual video service. Those questions selected from the board will be delivered to Kara, and Kara members will directly answer those questions. The agency added, "Many overseas fans are expected to participate in using this new channel, but we also anticipate that it will maximize The Contact with domestic fans".

Source : english.kbs.co.kr/Ent...

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