Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting

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CBC Hall of Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting in Nagoya
JOAR
City Nagoya
Broadcast area Chubu region
Frequency 1053 kHz (AM); 93.7 MHz (FM)
First air date September 1, 1951
Format Talk/Sports
Power 50,000 watts
Callsign meaning JO
Aichi
Rádio and TV
Affiliations JRN
Owner Chunichi Shimbun
Website hicbc.com
JOGX-DTV
Chubu region
Channels Digital: 18 (UHF)
Virtual: 5
Affiliations JNN
Owner Chunichi Shimbun
First air date December 1, 1956
Transmitter coordinates 35°10′20.7″N 136°54′30″E / 35.172417°N 136.90833°E / 35.172417; 136.90833
Website hicbc.com

Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (中部日本放送株式会社, Chūbu Nippon Hōsō Kabushiki-gaisha, CBC) (NSE: 9402) is a regional radio and television service serving Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Its radio service is affiliated with the Japan Radio Network (JRN) and its television service affiliated with the Japan News Network (JNN) and the TBS Network.

History

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.

CBC also operates the C-Wave advertising agency.

Broadcasting

Radio

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)

JOAR-TV (1956/12/01-2011/07/24)

  • 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, etc.

TV (Digital)

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

Programs

Radio

  • Weekend Network (Produced by Tokyo Broadcasting System),(from 17:45 until 17:50 on Saturday (JST))
  • Zubari of Makoto Kitano(ja:北野誠のズバリ),(from 13:00 until 16:00 from Monday to Friday)
  • All Night Nippon (Produced by Nippon Broadcasting System)
    • All Night Nippon (from 25:00 until 27:00 from Monday to Saturday (JST))
    • All Night Nippon R (from 27:00 until 28:00 on Saturday (JST))
  • CBC Dragons Night Game (CBCドラゴンズナイター, baseball games of the Chunichi Dragons)

TV

  • three mitutes cooking
Tabloid TV show
  • ja:ゴゴスマ -GO GO!Smile!- 13:55-15:50[JST]
  • ja:花咲かタイムズ 9:25-11:30 every Suterday
Dramas produced by CBC
"Hirudora" era
  • Kippari!! (キッパリ!!, 2nd series)
  • Over 30 (オーバー30)
"Dorama 30" era
  • Kids War Series (キッズ・ウォー・シリーズ)
  • Kippari! (キッパリ!, 1st series)
  • Mom, I love you! (ママ・アイラブユー!), etc.
Sport
Drama and Anime
  • Monster Farm (モンスターファーム, April 17, 1999 - September 30, 2000)
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children (真・女神転生 デビルチルドレン, October 7, 2000 - September 29, 2001)
  • Kirby of the Stars (星のカービィ, October 6, 2001 - September 27, 2003, every Saturday morning)
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (美少女戦士セーラームーン, October 4, 2003 - September 25, 2004, every Saturday morning)
  • Ultra Series
    • Ultraman Nexus (ウルトラマンネクサス, 2 October 2004 - 25 June 2005, every Saturday at 07:30 until 08:00 JST)
    • Ultraman Max (ウルトラマンマックス, 2 July 2005 - 1 April 2006, every Saturday at 07:30 until 08:00 JST)
    • Ultraman Mebius (ウルトラマンメビウス, 8 April 2006 - 31 March 2007, every Saturday at 17:30 until 18:00 JST)
  • Romeo x Juliet (ロミオ×ジュリエット, April 4, 2007 - September 26, 2007)
  • Mitsudomoe (2010-2011)
  • Kotoura-san (琴浦さん, January 11, 2013 - March 29, 2013)

Other TV stations in Nagoya

External links

  • CBC Official Website
TV station in Chūbu
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN JAITS
Niigata Niigata TeNY BSN NST UX
Nagano Nagano TSB SBC NBS abn
Yamanashi Kōfu YBS UTY
Shizuoka Shizuoka SDT SBS SUT SATV
Aichi Nagoya CTV CBC THK NBN TVA
Mie Tsu MTV
Gifu Gifu GBS
Toyama Toyama KNB TUT BBT
Ishikawa Kanazawa KTK MRO ITC HAB
Fukui Fukui FBC FTB (FBC)
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