Bae Cheol-soo, the host of KBS's Concert 7080, was unable to speak with emotion. After broadcasting this day, 'Concert 7080' that started in 2004 ended. "It's great that a program could last 14 years," Bae said.
Since KBS's reformation of the fall, many long-term programs for middle-aged and small-income people have been in the process of abolishing them. Regarding this, some point out that KBS, which is aiming for "young broadcasting," is losing its public reputation due to its viewership.
"Concert 7080" is a live music program aimed at generations who spent their 20s in the 1970s and 80s. Viewers protested the sudden abolition of the KBS representative longevity program. On the program board, "Please explain the reason for ending", "Please block the shutdown. Show me the value of the fee, and there are some anti-disapproval comments. "Many employees are puzzled because the program is not scheduled to be cancelled for the upcoming autumn reshuffle," a KBS official said. "The program has been stagnant due to its age," said Kim Duk-jae, director of production team at KBS.Yang Seung-dong, president of KBS, said at a briefing session on the reorganization in August that he would make KBS an efficient and young broadcasting company. Since then, KBS immediately abolished programs that aired for more than five years. VJ Special Forces, which aired for 18 years, and Consumer Reports, which started broadcasting in 2013, were among the targets. The TV novel, which was set in modern history without following the formula for "wallpaper," ended in 22 years. In July, the government abolished the current events program called "The Viewers' Column Our World." "Is removing programs that have been loved by viewers for 20 years something to do in the KBS program that viewers are responsible for?" the KBS union criticized.Most of the new 스포츠토토사이트추천 programs, such as Kim Je-dong, "Hi-yeol of Conversations," "You Are Ball Red" and "Don't Want to Go to Work," are said to have lost both public and public ratings. Although it has been produced for young viewers, its viewer ratings remain between 1 and 3%. On the contrary, the ratings of the abolished programs were higher at 5 to 10 percent.
Kim Je-dong, a live news program from September, was known to be paid 3.5 million won per episode, raising controversy over the high salary. The ratings are also between 1 and 2%. "The program is based on the symbolism of a famous person named Kim Je-dong, apart from the qualities that a test host should have," said Kim Eun-young, a pop culture critic.
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