Established in 1990, Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) is a Korean commercial broadcast network with wide regional network affiliates in the country. Along with its flagship terrestrial channel, SBS Media Group operates 2 radio stations, 7 cable TV channels including SBS-CNBC and SBS MTV, which are joint ventures with American networks.
Since its founding in 1992 as the American subsidiary of SBS, SBS International has introduced SBS programs to audiences throughout the Americas. SBS’ four channels - SBS HD, SBS Plus, SBS Star and SBS18 - provide unparalleled access to SBS’ critically-acclaimed and top-rated content, including dramas, sports, news, and variety programs. The programs are distributed on terrestrial TV and major MVPDs, including DIRECTV, Verizon, Frontier, Spectrum, and Altice USA to 15 million households throughout the US. In addition, SBS’ top drama series have been distributed to 18 TV stations in 14 countries in Latin America.