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Radio personality(radio personality) Means some English-speaking countriesAnd JapanAtRadio programTheModeratorIt is a word that refers to a person who progresses. For the names of Japanese radio personalities,Japanese Radio Personality ListSee.
1950 era Of米 国so,Popular musicIt is said that it was made as a name to refer to the radio presenter who talks while playingDisc jockeyOn the other hand, he is good at talking, hosting the program, and providing various information.announcementAlthough it is said to refer to those who do, there is no clear definition, and there is no clear difference between the two when targeting programs centered on music. As of 1967 (Showa 42)JapanIn "Personality programs are clearly aimed at young people, telling the topic through the radio and talking to young people while playing records.It is defined somewhat narrower than later times.
personality means "personality" or "individuality",JapanglishIntalentIs synonymous with.EnglishIn the areaTelevision personalityThere is also the word. In the United States, many programs operated by such personality of the performers are called "personality programs". Only personality names are often used as program names.
Japanese radio personality
NHKAccording to the edition "Fifty Years of Broadcasting with Showa", "personality" as a broadcasting term was officially introduced in Japan in March 1965 (Showa 40).Japan Private Broadcasting FederationCame to Japan by invitationUS Radio Advertising AgencyBy the chairman of Edmund Bunker. Bunker said in a speech, "There is no "show" on American radio, and "personality" is for sale.".
Although there are multiple theories about the person who first named "personality" in Japan and the cases, they agree that they followed the American radio program. Also, all are around the arrival of bunker.
- Owner theory
- Tokyo Broadcasting System (later), which started broadcasting in 1964 (Showa 39)TBS Radio) ProgramOwner』, three daily performers (Yasushi Akutagawa,Masao Kojima,Ichiro Mikuni) Was called a "personality" in the sense that it had more personality than a traditional disc jockey or moderator. According to company history, it was introduced from the case of the United States.
- Yamaya Shinpei theory
- In 1965 (Showa 40), "Telephone life consultation』(Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.)soShinpei YamataniHowever, at the start of every broadcast, it was introduced by another person's announcement that the personality is Shinpei Yamatani.Is said to be the first. Yamatani at this time did not call himself a personalityThere is also a theory.
- on the other hand,Fukui BroadcastingAnnouncerShigemori MasashiAccording to the report, at the time of "Good morning everyone" who was in charge of the station from 1956 (Showa 31) to 1963 (Showa 38), "I was already calling myself a personality.". According to Shigemori, it was the words that Fukui Broadcasting President and Yamatani purchased when they visited the US broadcast industry... In any case, Yamatani said, "I'm sure it was Japan's first personality in a practical sense.Is highly evaluated.
- All Night Nippon Theory
- Nippon Broadcasting SystemMidnight program"All Night NipponWas called "DJ", which is an abbreviation for disc jockey, at the beginning of the program in 1967 (Showa 42).All Night Nippon # program dawn, first golden age (1-1967)(See), around 1969 (Showa 44), it is said that he began to call himself "personality"..
- Nakamura Eiichi theory
- Asahi BroadcastingAccording to the company history "50 Years of Asahi Broadcasting", "It started in 1971 (Showa 46).Good morning personality I am Nakamura Eiichi』(ABC Radio)so,Nakamura EiichiIs said to be the first.
- Nakamura planned the program at the time when his boss at Asahi Broadcasting, who knew that the "personality program" was popular in the United States at that time, said, "I want to do a program that could be called a personality program in Japan."Asahi ShimbunTo myself who just returned from being seconded toWhite feather arrowWas set upInterviewAnswering.
- listenerIntroduce the posts (listeners) sent to the program in the broadcast
- Free talk on various topics
- If there is an independent corner in the program, we will guide you
- Appeared in the programGuestListen to
- ^ English editionreference.
- ^ a b c NHKVolume "Fifty Years of Broadcasting with Showa" Japan Broadcast Publishing Association, 1977 (Showa 52) pp.227 --228
- ^ Field, Shelly. 2010. "Career Opportunities in Radio". Infobase Publishing. pp.2. ISBN 978-1-4381-1084-4 .
- ^ "50 Years of Asahi Broadcasting" (2000 (Heisei 12))
- ^ Tokyo Broadcasting "TBS 50 Years History" Tokyo Broadcasting, 2002 (Heisei 14) January p.1
- ^ a b c d "Toshiba Super Sound Graffiti The History of the Radio" (Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc., 1989 (Showa 64)May 1）[Reliability required verification]
- ^ a b Masashige Shigemori's Basushiri Sushi May 2007th, 05 "Chihei Yamatani (Part 25)" (Cash) Fukui Broadcasting, May 2007, 19 (Heisei 5)
- ^ "Midnight broadcast was our teacher" (Jitsugyo no Nihonsha）