Cheongju Broadcasting

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Cheongju Broadcasting
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheongchu Pangsong
McCune–Reischauer Cheongju Bangsong

Cheongju Broadcasting or CJB is a Radio and TV station in Cheongju, affiliated with the SBS Network.

Stations

HLDR-DTV
CJB Head office.JPG
North Chungcheong Province, South Korea
Branding CJB Television
Channels Digital: 49 (LCN:6)
Affiliations SBS
Owner Cheongju Broadcasting
First air date October 18, 1997
Website http://www.cjb.co.kr/
HLDR-FM
Broadcast area North Chungcheong Province, South Korea
Branding CJB JOY FM
Frequency FM 101.5 MHz (Cheongju)
FM 97.9 MHz (Chungju)
FM 102.7 MHz (Jecheon)
First air date September 26, 2001 (Cheongju)
December 14, 2011 (Chungju)
August 23, 2013 (Jecheon)
Format Top 40 Mainstream/K-Pop
Power 3kW (Cheongju)
500W (Chungju)
100W (Jecheon)
Class all
Affiliations SBS Power FM
Owner Cheongju Broadcasting
  • Television
    • Channel - Ch. 49 (LCN 6-1)
    • Launched - October 18, 1997
    • Affiliated to - SBS
    • Call Sign - HLDR-DTV
  • FM radio (CJB JOY FM)
    • Frequency - FM 101.5 MHz (Cheongju), FM 97.9 MHz (Chungju), FM 102.7 MHz (Jecheon)
    • Launched - September 26, 2001 (Cheongju), December 14, 2011 (Chungju), August 23, 2013 (Jecheon)
    • Affiliated to - SBS Power FM
    • Call Sign - HLDR-FM

See also

External links

  • Official website (in Korean)
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