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MIT Technology Review expands its global footprint with the launch of a Korean edition

Already localized in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish, among others, MIT Technology Review is launching in South Korea to meet a growing global demand for authoritative, influential, and trustworthy journalism on the impact of new technologies.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review is now, for the first time, available to the Korean market. In partnership with DMK Global, a leading digital consultancy, the magazine is now available online in Korean language, featuring a blend of translated content and original material.

"We're delighted to welcome DMK Global and its team of talented journalists as our new Korean-language partners joining our existing international lineup and bringing MIT Technology Review to a new audience," says Nico Crepaldi, head of licensing at MIT Technology Review.

As part of a multiyear expansion drive, the Korean edition of MIT Technology Review joins existing international editions in Arabic, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Urdu, and, more recently, Portuguese.

"MIT Technology Review is proud to extend its geographic reach, bringing its mission of trusted, authoritative, fact-based journalism to South Korea," says Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, publisher and CEO at MIT Technology Review.

John Park, the publisher of the Korean-language edition of MIT Technology Review, adds "We are proud to introduce MIT Technology Review to the Korean market. The magazine will keep readers abreast of global trends and help them make informed critical decisions."

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About DMK Global
DMK is a leading digital knowledge education firm that provides educational services including transformation training, consulting, and content creation. DMK also organizes three global conferences known as Digital Marketing Summit, Content Marketing Summit, and AI Summit SEOUL, all of which draw international audiences and speakers and are highly regarded in Asia.