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EBS1
EBS 1TV Logo.png
CountrySouth Korea
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersSeoul
Programming
Language(s)Korean
Ownership
OwnerEducational Broadcasting System
Sister channels
  • EBS2
  • EBS+1
  • EBS+2
  • EBS U
  • EBS English
History
Launched27 December 1990
Former names
  • KBS3 (1981–1990)
  • EBS TV (1990–2015)
Links
Websiteebs.co.kr/tv/home
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionChannel 10.1
Analogue TVChannel 10
(Until December 31, 2012)
Cable
Available on every cable provider in South KoreaChannel slots vary on each operator
Satellite
SkyLifeChannel 3
IPTV
KT Olleh TVChannel 13
LG U+ TVChannel 14
SK Broadband B TVChannel 13
Streaming media
ebs.co.krWatch live (South Korea only)

EBS1 (formerly KBS3) is a South Korean free-to-air television channel operated by the Educational Broadcasting System. The channel is available as a national network without any regional variation in schedules. Its national distribution however, is administered by KBS.

History

The channel was originally launched by the Korean Broadcasting System on 2 February 1981 as KBS3 and all the educational television programmes previously broadcast on other KBS channels were moved to a dedicated channel.

In 1990, when the responsibility of broadcasting educational contents was spun off from KBS, the channel became part of the newly-formed Educational Broadcasting System. The channel was rebranded as EBS Television.

In 2000, the Educational Broadcasting System itself was turned into a public corporation. Digital terrestrial transmission began on 5 November 2001 on channel 10.1. On 11 February 2015, when EBS2 was launched, EBS was rebranded as EBS1.

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