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What's on AFN Korea tonight?

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  • By Capt. Paradon Silpasornprasit
  • American Forces Network -- Korea
American Forces Network-Korea launches an e-mail service Wednesday, allowing members to preview stories from around the peninsula on the network's nightly newscast. 

Titled, "What's on your AFN Korea nightly newscast," the e-mail service offers members a daily summary of the evening's newscasts and scheduled primetime shows. Each Friday, the e-mail provides links to stories AFN-Korea aired earlier in the week. A sample of the e-mail can be found at AFN-Korea's Web site at www.afnkorea.net. 

"This is a great service for the community, letting viewers know in advance what's being covered in community news by AFN TV," said Mr. John Nowell, chief of public affairs, Installation Management Agency-Korea Region Office. "I can set my video recorder to capture activities and events pertaining to my command." 

Members interested in subscribing to the service may log onto the AFN-Korea Web site and sign up. Daily e-mails are sent to the member's e-mail account. The service is free and members may unsubscribe at any time. 

"This service is one of many options AFN-Korea provides to our viewers and listeners for access to the most updated command information," said Maj. Kone Faulkner, AFN-Korea operations officer. 

AFN Korea offers a variety of programming choices. The network is committed to bringing news, entertainment and command information to its 50,000-plus members and their families. 

"In this era of blogs, podcasts and instant news delivery, the AFN-Korea daily e-mail is a great way to provide hi-tech customer service," said Mr. Steve Davis, Area II support activity public affairs officer. 

For more information, call 724-3282.