Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting

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Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
NAG: 9402
FoundedDecember 15, 1950
HeadquartersJapan
WebsiteCBC Official Website
JOAR
Broadcast areaChubu region
Frequency1053 kHz (AM); 93.7 MHz (FM)
Programming
FormatTalk/Sports
AffiliationsJRN
Ownership
OwnerChunichi Shimbun
History
First air date
September 1, 1951
Call sign meaning
JO
Aichi
Radio and TV
Technical information
Power50,000 watts
Links
Websitehicbc.com
JOGX-DTV
Channels
Programming
AffiliationsJapan News Network
Ownership
OwnerChunichi Shimbun
History
First air date
December 1, 1956
Former call signs
JOAR-TV (December 1, 1956 - July 24, 2011)
JOAR-DTV (July 25, 2011 - March 31, 2013)
Call sign meaning
JO
General
X
Technical information
Licensing authority
MIC
Transmitter coordinates35°10′20.7″N 136°54′30″E / 35.172417°N 136.90833°E / 35.172417; 136.90833
Links
Websitehicbc.com

Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (中部日本放送株式会社, Chūbu Nippon Hōsō kabushiki gaisha, CBC) is a regional radio and television service serving Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is majorly owned by the Chunichi Shimbun. Its radio service is affiliated with the Japan Radio Network (JRN) and its television service affiliated with the Japan News Network (JNN).

History[edit]

CBC was established in 1950 as Japan's first commercial radio broadcaster. Television broadcasts were introduced on December 1, 1956.

In 2013, the radio and television companies spun off. In 2013, Chūbu Nippon Hōsō as name is CBC Radio and in 2014, as name is CBC Television, his now this name is Chūbu Nippon Hōsō Holdings. And now, Chūbu Nippon Hōsō is the mame save, for now as Holdings and Group-holdings.

CBC also operates the C-Wave advertising agency.

Broadcasting[edit]

Radio[edit]

Frequency

  • Nagoya (from Nagashima, Mie Prefecture): 1053 kHz: JOAR (AM); 93.7 MHz (FM)
  • Gifu (from Kagamigahara, Gifu Prefecture): 639 kHz: JOAR
  • Kumano: 720 kHz: JOAR
  • Owase: 801 kHz: JOAR
  • Hida-Kamioka and Gero: 1062 kHz: JOAR
  • Toyohashi: 1485 kHz: JOAE
  • Iga-Ueno: 1485 kHz: JOAR
  • Takayama: 1557 kHz: JOAO
  • Nakatsugawa: 1557 kHz: JOAR
  • Shinshiro: 1557 kHz: JOAR

TV (Analog)[edit]

JOAR-TV (1956/12/1-2011/7/24)

  • Nagoya Main Station (Nagoya TV Tower) - Channel 5
  • Toyohashi - Channel 62
  • Toyota - Channel 55
  • Gujo - Channel 8
  • Gero - Channel 10
  • Chuno - Channel 62
  • Kumano - Channel 5
  • Owase - Channel 6
  • Ise - Channel 55
  • Nabari - Channel 60
  • Toba - Channel 10
  • Shima-Isobe - Channel 45
  • Hazu - Channel 41
  • Honyado - Channel 39
  • Akabane - Channel 36
  • Kihō Kaminouchi - Channel 35
  • Unumahōjakuji - Channel 40
  • Toyota Kugyūdaira - Channel 42
  • Komaki Momokadai - Channel 43
  • Nakatsugawa Kashimo - Channel 27
  • Toki Minami - Channel 34
  • Kihoarigawa - Channel 24
  • Shima Daioh Funoekobe Kita - Channel 38
  • Shima Daio Funoeko Minami - Channel 39
  • Toyota Inaba Takenishi - Channel 44
  • Kameyama Sekichō - Channel 48
  • Tajimi - Channel 53
  • Hidakamioka Nagareha - Channel 54
  • Hidakamioka - Channel 56
  • Nakatsugawa Tsukechi - Channel 57
  • Horai Ono Kita - Channel 61
  • Inabe Kitazume - Channel 62

TV (Digital)[edit]

JOGX-DTV (old former callsign: JOAR-DTV) (2003/12/01)

  • Remote Controller ID 5
  • Nagoya Main Starion (Seto Digital Tower) and Nabari - Channel 18
  • Toyohashi, Gamagori-Tahara, Chuno, Nakatsugawa, Nagara, Takayama and Ise - Channel 16

Other TV stations in Nagoya[edit]

External links[edit]