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  1. Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. (株式会社ニッポン放送, Kabushiki-gaisha Nippon Hōsō), or JOLF, is a Japanese radio station in Yurakucho, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, next to the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Founded in 1954, it is together with Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, the flagship station of the National Radio Network.

    • April 1, 2006 (spun off from the former Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. founded in 1954)
    • 121 (June 2021)
    • Broadcasting
    • 9-3, Yurakucho Itchome, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
  2. The station was established in 1951 by the Society of St. Paul to promote Catholic religion on the Japanese culture. JOQR went on the air on March 31, 1952 as the Japan Cultural Broadcasting Association. Japan Cultural Broadcasting Association was formally dissolved on February 16, 1956 and the JOQR broadcast license was handed over the same day to a new succeeding company, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Co., Ltd.

    • March 31, 1952
    • 1134 kHz (AM); 91.6 MHz (FM)
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  4. Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. , o JOLF, es una emisora de radio japonesa en Tokio. Junto con Nippon Cultural Broadcasting es la emisora principal de la red National Radio Network. JOLF también está relacionada con la Fuji Television, ya que ambas son parte del Grupo de Comunicaciones Fujisankei.

    • History
    • Broadcasting
    • Other TV Stations in Nagoya

    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 Hōs...

    Radio

    Frequency 1. Nagoya (from Nagashima, Mie Prefecture): 1053 kHz: JOAR(AM); 93.7 MHz (FM) 2. Gifu (from Kagamigahara, Gifu Prefecture): 639 kHz: JOAR 3. Kumano: 720 kHz: JOAR 4. Owase: 801 kHz: JOAR 5. Hida-Kamioka and Gero: 1062 kHz: JOAR 6. Toyohashi: 1485 kHz: JOAE 7. Iga-Ueno: 1485 kHz: JOAR 8. Takayama: 1557 kHz: JOAO 9. Nakatsugawa: 1557 kHz: JOAR 10. Shinshiro: 1557 kHz: JOAR

    TV

    JOAR-TV(1956/12/1-2011/7/24) 1. Nagoya Main Station (Nagoya TV Tower) - Channel 5 2. Toyohashi - Channel 62 3. Toyota - Channel 55 4. Gujo - Channel 8 5. Gero - Channel 10 6. Chuno - Channel 62 7. Kumano - Channel 5 8. Owase - Channel 6 9. Ise - Channel 55 10. Nabari - Channel 60 11. Toba - Channel 10 12. Shima-Isobe - Channel 45 13. Hazu - Channel 41 14. Honyado - Channel 39 15. Akabane - Channel 36 16. Kihō Kaminouchi - Channel 35 17. Unumahōjakuji - Channel 40 18. Toyota Kugyūdaira - Chann...

    Tokai TV (THK, 東海テレビ放送, affiliated with CX and FNN/FNS) - 1
    Chukyo TV (CTV, 中京テレビ放送, affiliated with NTV and NNN/NNS) - 4
    Metele (NBN, メ~テレ, affiliated with TV Asahi and ANN) - 6
    TV Aichi (TVA, テレビ愛知, affiliated with TV Tokyo and TX Network|TXN) - 10
    • December 15, 1950
    • NAG: 9.4K
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