Via Martyn Williams comes word that North Korea's Pyongyang Broadcasting Station (평양방송), a Korean-language propaganda network aimed at neighboring countries, is launching a new website this week:
The new website will be called “Grand National Unity” and will be available at www.gnu.rep.kp from February 1st, according to the announcements. That site currently holds a test page for the Apache web server. The site is the latest from the country carrying national news and propaganda to international audiences. While its adoption of the Internet for propagation of information has been slow, it has been steady and new sites have slowly been appearing. Other prominent sites include the Rodong Sinmun, the country’s main daily newspaper, and the official Korea Central News Agency.More at North Korea Tech.