Luke Cleary is a broadcast journalist based in Seoul, South Korea since 2009. Currently anchoring the news for KBS World TV and filing for TBS eFM 101.3MHz. For more work samples, check out my blog: https://lukeclearymedia.wordpress.com/ Here's my full work history in Korea: Anchoring News Today at KBS World has been my main position since August, 2013. Check out our website for the latest news… http://news.kbs.co.kr/vod/program.do?bcd=0023#2017.12.20&1 I also file daily for TBS eFM, a domestic English language broadcast serving Seoul and surrounding areas. If you are in Seoul, you can tune in to 101.3Mhz. Anywhere else in the world — check out our website. https://tbs.seoul.kr/eFm/index.do Previously, I hosted a daily drive-time music program on the same network, TBS eFM, called Soundcheck from 2015 to 2017. It was a great opportunity to get in touch with the local music community, expats and Koreans alike. When we weren’t playing top 40 hits, cutting edge techno, classic rock b-sides and other world music obscurities, we invited local artists and touring musicians from around the world to play live on air. I began my career as a foreign journalist at KBS World Radio from 2009-2011, copy-editing features, hosting programs and reading the news for our daily shortwave transmission. In 2012, I was invited to join the KBS International Relations department to help plan the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union General Assembly in Seoul that year. I stuck around for the 2013 Global News Forum, which KBS also hosted. Both were successful and constructive events with the participation of major international broadcasters from NHK-Japan and CCTV-China to CNN International and BBC World.
TBS eFM 11 o’clock news – April 26, 2018 -- Full three-minute radio newscast
Seoul Opens New Bike Lanes In Push To Reimagine Its Roads
Inter-Korean Summit -- KBS World News Today – April 26, 2018
South Korea's Deserted Ski Resort a Potential Warning for PyeongChang 2018