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Television Nishinippon Corporation

JOJY-DTV
Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture
Branding Television Nishinippon
Channels Analog: 9
Digital: 8
Affiliations Fuji News Network
Owner Television Nishinippon Corporation
First air date August 28, 1958
Website www.tnc.co.jp/

Television Nishinippon Corporation (株式会社テレビ西日本 Kabushiki Gaisha Terebi Nishinippon, TNC) is a Japanese TV station affiliated with Fuji News Network (FNN) and Fuji Network System (FNS) in Fukuoka. This station covers Fukuoka Prefecture and western Yamaguchi Prefecture including Yamaguchi City.

Contents

  • History 1
  • TV channel 2
    • Main station 2.1
      • Tandem office 2.1.1
  • Programs 3
  • External links 4

History

It was originally established as an affiliate of Nippon News Network (NNN) and Nippon Television Network System (NNS) in Yahata (Yahata Higashi-ku, Kitakyūshū) in August 1958, then a station in Fukuoka was established in February 1962. They changed affiliation from NNN and NNS to FNN and FNS in October 1964. The head office was moved to Fukuoka, and the call sign changed from "JOHX-TV" (still the call sign of Kitakyūshū Tandem office for analog broadcast) to "JOJY-TV" in December 1974. They relocated their office to its current location near Fukuoka Tower in August 1996.

TV channel

Analog TV has been stopped on July 24, 2011.

Main station

  • Fukuoka 34ch(Digital) 9ch(Analog)

Tandem office

Outside broadcasting car of TNC

Programs

  • Momochihama Store ももち浜ストア
  • Hachinabi Plus Super News ハチナビプラス スーパーニュース
  • Tobe Tobe Hawks (とべとべホークス Tobe tobe Hōkusu)
  • Saturday News File CUBE (土曜ニュースファイルCUBE Doyō nyūsufairu kyūbu)
  • Hanamaru Daikichi no "Nan shiyōto?" (華丸・大吉のなんしようと? lit; Hanamaru-Daikichi's "What're you doing?")
  • BASEBALL SPECIAL Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks Live

External links

  • Official website of TV Nishinippon
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Okinawa Okinawa Okinawa RBC OTV QAB AFN
Sakishima
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