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  1. Osaka Broadcasting Corporation (大阪放送株式会社, Ōsaka Hoso Kabushiki-gaisha, OBC) is an AM radio station of National Radio Network (NRN) in Osaka, Japan, and it is known as " Radio Osaka (ラジオ大阪 Rajio Ōsaka )". It is also a company of Sankei Shimbun Group in Fujisankei Communications Group. Radio Osaka started broadcasting on July 1, 1958.

    • July 1, 1958
    • 1314 kHz; 91.9 MHz FM
  2. Osaka Broadcasting Corporation is an AM radio station of National Radio Network in Osaka, Japan, and it is known as "Radio Osaka ". It is also a company of Sankei Shimbun Group in Fujisankei Communications Group. Radio Osaka started broadcasting on July 1, 1958.

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  4. Generally, each prefecture has three NHK stations (two by 2025 [2] ), one commercial AM station (some are also on FM), and one commercial FM station. Heavily populated areas, such as Kantō region or Kansai region, have more stations. There are also an increasing number of AM stations that start broadcasting on FM (on 90-95 MHz) as a supplement.

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    ★ NHK Sapporo (1: 567 kHz, 2: 747 kHz, ...
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    ★ NHK Muroran (1: 945 kHz, 2: 1125 kHz, ...
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    ★ NHK Hakodate (1: 675 kHz, 2: 1467 kHz, ...
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    ★ NHK Asahikawa (1: 621 kHz, 2: 1602 kHz, ...
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    March 15, 1951 - Asahi Broadcasting Corporation was founded in Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka. ABC started AM radio broadcasting on November 11 (1010 kHz).
    May 25, 1955 - ABC and New Japan Broadcasting Company (NJB, the predecessor of Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc.) founded Osaka Television Co., Ltd.(大阪テレビ放送株式会社, Ōsaka Terebi Hōsō Kabushiki-gaisha...
    December 1, 1956 - OTV started television broadcasting on channel 6, under the callsign JOBX-TV (not to be confused with Oita Asahi Broadcasting which currently uses the JOBX callsign). The station...
    1958 - NTV programming was dropped with the launch of Yomiuri Television.

    Radio

    1. Japan Radio Network(JRN) 2. National Radio Network(NRN)

    TV

    1. Japan News Network (JNN)(until March 30, 1975) 2. All-Nippon News Network (ANN)(March 31, 1975 – Present)

    Radio

    JONR 1. Osaka::1008 kHz, 50 kW; 93.3 MHz FM 2. Kyoto:1008 kHz, 300 W 3. Total:50.3 kW 4. Time: from 4:30 a.m. on Monday until 2:30 a.m. on Monday (24-hour operation) 5. Time signal: 523.251 Hz (C5)

    TV

    JONR-TV (former callsign: JOBX-TV) 1. 1.1. Channel 6

    Headquarters: 1-30, Fukushima Itchome, Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Japan (Hotarumachi)
    Tokyo Office: 10th floor of Nippon Life Hamamatsucho Crea Tower, 2–31, Hamamatsucho Nichome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    Nagoya Office: 9th floor of Ricco Sakae, 14-7, Sakae Sanchome, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Japan
    Kobe Office: Kobe Asahi Building, 60 Nakaniwamachi, Chuō-ku, Kobe-shi, Japan
    Media related to Asahi Broadcasting Group Holdings Corporationat Wikimedia Commons
    • 1-30, Fukushima Itchome, Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Japan
    • Susumu Okinaka (President)
    • information, communication
    • 670 (March 31, 2011)
  6. Founded as New Osaka Television Co. [1] on February 13, 1958, and renamed Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation on August 1, the station started broadcasting on August 28 as the first TV station to be affiliated with Nippon Television Network Corporation. Its studios are located in the Osaka Business Park district of Osaka . History [ edit]

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