Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
NK NEWS, the leading independent information source on North Korea, will launch a premium version for North Korea-focused professionals, it announced Monday.
Debuting on May 1, NK NEWS Pro will showcase exclusive news-breaking and insightful reporting by several of the world’s foremost North Korea experts.
NK NEWS reporting has been quoted by top news outlets including CNN, Time, Washington Post, The Economist, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The Guardian, CBS News, Yonhap News, Chosun Ilbo and Le Monde.
NK NEWS Pro will provide:
"With North Korea increasingly making headlines worldwide, our new Pro service will be exceptionally valuable to academics, journalists and other specialists that need to know what's going on inside the closed country,” NK NEWS founder Chad O’Carroll said.
“With Curtis Melvin, Martyn Williams, Michael Madden, and Nate Thayer joining the team, we will provide exclusive news and razor-sharp analysis through NK NEWS Pro that will be unavailable anywhere else," O’Carroll added.
NK NEWS Pro will offer a tailored suite of services to keep professionals abreast of developments on the peninsula through exclusive daily briefings, expert analysis, and news-breaking stories. NK NEWS Pro users will also have exclusive access to a range of resources designed to make working on North Korea issues easier, including data provision, contact databases and support services.
NK NEWS has operated online since April 2010 and is subscribed to by governments, think tanks, media outlets and universities worldwide. Drawing on the staff’s deep understanding of the country and background in academia, media and communications, NK NEWS offers a nuanced and objective view of North Korea that intends to inform and educate.
“As North Korea's turbulent relationship with the U.S. and South Korea unfolds, our new Pro service will help policy makers and media professionals alike better understand what the latest threats and bluster mean”, O'Carroll added.
Working alongside the NK NEWS team on this new project will be:
For more information, please contact: nloughlin(at)nknews(dot)org