Extra, Extra! Blog all about it! September 14th, 2009

Pamela A. MunozBy Pamela A. Munoz
Overseas Communication Team

It can be hard to keep up with technology when the latest online trends, it seems, can change from one click to the next. Regardless, we all want the ability to read about new products or services, view new videos and share them with our friends, colleagues and co-workers in a fast and convenient way. For Kia, we feel the same way about the stories we want to share and make every effort to share them with drivers, fans, auto experts and general car enthusiasts.

Today, we’ve added a new way to share Kia stories to all of those people through an online platform originally intended for journalists. As with most things on the web, the original function of this site ( has evolved and can now be shared with online users through the new Kia Multimedia Library available on our corporate website (


This Library will allow users to imbed Kia-related videos onto blogs, or share with friends through networks like Facebook, Reddit, Digg or Delicious. You could even email a particular video or simply watch for your viewing pleasure. Additional press material is still reserved in the Journalist Portal for registered media, but the Multimedia Library allows all visitors a chance to share some of the latest Kia-related trends available online.

Tomorrow we unveil the Kia Venga, our newest B-segment MPV for the European market and you can be sure related footage will become available! Have a look around the Multimedia Library and feel free to share with friends!

  • Geoff

    Pardon my ignorance, but where at is the link to the Multimedia Library? I must be missing something, I can not see the link.
    Geoff (Australia)

  • Colin

    Hi Geoff,

    Here is the link:
    Hope you enjoy our new menu!


  • Pamela (at Kia HQ in Seoul)

    Geoff — If you go into the “About Kia” link, you’ll see our Media Centre and the Multimedia Library link is clearly seen in the sub-menu up top or towards the left in the middle of the page.

  • Geoff

    Thanks Colin and Pamela for the help.

  • Pamela (at Kia HQ in Seoul)

    There’s a new link on the Kia homepage that will help you get to the Multimedia site… look for the button next to the Press Release list at the bottom right corner.

  • kiramatali shah

    Everyone has their favorite way of using the internet. Many of us search to find what we want, click in to a specific website, read what’s available and click out. That’s not necessarily a bad thing because it’s efficient. We learn to tune out things we don’t need and go straight for what’s essential.