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Fuji TV series

Fuji TV seriesWhat is (Fuji TV Keiretsu)?Fuji TelevisionTheKey stationToBroadcaster Ofnetwork.

Overview

There are two networks in the Fuji TV series.one Fuji News Network(Fuji News Network, FNN), and the other isFuji network(Fuji Network System, FNS).The former isNEWSThe latter aims to supply programs, and the latter to supply other broadcast programs.

All member stations are TV-only, and become FNN / FNS affiliated stationsLatteThere is no station[1].

List of Fuji TV series

Terrestrial wave

Satellite broadcasting

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  1. ^ Incidentally,Fuji Television(CX),Tokai TV broadcasting(THK)Radio stations(RespectivelyNippon Broadcasting System, Inc.とTokai Radio Broadcast) To an affiliated company.In stations that had an affiliated relationship in the pastKyushu Asahi Broadcasting(in factNETseriesCross net.At that time, ANN and FNN / FNS as an organization were not established)Sapporo TV Broadcasting(NTV seriesCross net with.Fuji TV series is not a member of FNN.The radio division was spun off after the unification of Nippon Television Network System) was also operated as a latte.

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TV Kumamoto

TV Kumamoto Telecasting Co., Ltd.(TV Kumamoto,British: TV-Kumamoto Co., Ltd.) IsKumamotoTheBroadcast target areaAndTelevision broadcastingDoing business,Specific terrestrial backbone broadcaster.

Popular nameAndNickname TheHiraganaでTV KumamotoIt is said.The call sign isJOZH-DTV.1968 OctoberEstablished in, the next1969 May 4Opened in.Fuji TV seriesStation.

Broadcasting station overview

TV networkFuji Television Network, Inc OfFNN-FNSAlthough it is a series,Kumamoto citizen TV(KKT) Until the opening of the station, NTV (NNN)series,Kumamoto Asahi Broadcasting(KAB) TV Asahi (until the opening of the station)ANN) With seriesCross net stationIt was also.

Abbreviation OfTKUIs "TV Kumamoto UIt comes from the acronym "HF".AbbreviationUHFThe example with "U" is often seen in TV stations where the parent station of analog broadcasting was UHF, but most of the time, "U ○○ (U ○○ (UHBEtc.) "" ○ U ○ (SUTEtc.) ”, so“ ○○ U ”is the only case.

As a station character, named after the station name (company name),1998 Than"Terekuma-kun"Was adopted,2019 May 4More named after the channel ID and company name"Kumahachi"Was changed to.

West Japan Newspaper-Sankei ShimbunIntimately withAsahi Shimbun-Yomiuri Shimbun-Mainichi NewspapersHas also invested.In addition to TKU at radio stationsKumamoto City FM(FM791) only.

Ryusuke Kawazu, one of the founders and owner of the bureau, is also listed as a major shareholder holding more than 1% of the issued shares.

2020 The catch phrase from January is"Rhythm! TKU".

Head office/branch office

History

  • 1967 (Showa42 years)
    • October 10-Kumamoto decides to allocate radio waves to UHF commercial broadcasters[2].
    • October 10-Started unification adjustment of license application. "New Kumamoto Broadcasting" (Japanese Socialist Party,Moriyoshi MorinakaAccepted by 10 companies other than[4].
    • November 11-A preliminary license will be issued to Kumamoto Chuo Television in response to the withdrawal of the license application by RKK Kumamoto Broadcasting the day before (November 14).[5]..The catchphrase at that time was "The birth of new light and sound."Warrior alleyWas made by[6].
  • 1968 (43)
    • January 1-Founding office set up at 5-2 Sakuramachi, Kumamoto City (next to the Kumamoto Prefecture Municipal Autonomous Hall at that time)[7].
    • March 3-Held the founding general meeting[7].
    • May 5-The 18st General Meeting of Shareholders is held.Decided to change the company name from Kumamoto Chuo Television Co., Ltd. to the current TV Kumamoto Co., Ltd. (NHK Kumamoto Central Broadcasting StationBecause of confusion with).At the same time, the abbreviation was decided to be TKU.[8].
    • December 12-Decided to focus on the Internet series, Fuji TV.
      • Fuji TV has full support for TKU,Kumamoto BroadcastingWe promised to completely switch the programs being broadcast on (RKK).On the other hand, NTV was a signboard program at that time.Giants battle broadcast(Professional baseball·Yomiuri GiantsIn addition to the intention to leave the broadcast program of the sponsored game on RKK, NET TV (current TV Asahi) had a stance that "you can net your favorite program".[9].
  • 1969 (44)
    • March 3-Launch test pattern from noon[10].
    • March 3-Service broadcast started[10].
    • May 4 --Opened at 8:10 am as the second commercial TV station in Kumamoto prefecture. Broadcast TKU's first local news program at 2:12[11].
      • Since the starting station (NHK / RKK) of the analog VHF station was not designated as a prefectural broadcasting station, the Mt. Kinpusan transmitting station was transmitting in an omnidirectional manner, but the TKU of the analog UHF station was opened as a Kumamoto prefectural station. , The transmitting antenna was not installed at 310 degrees from the north (generally northwest, toward Saga prefecture).For this reason, in the north of Kumamoto prefectureAriake SeaOn the coastGhost disorderWas occurring[12].
    • April 4-TKU's first self-produced program "TKU Weekly Outlook" begins broadcasting. A 6-minute program that takes up a week's news and explains it in an editorial style[13].
    • September 9-Yabe relay station (TKU's first relay station) opens[14].
    • September 9-Takamori relay station (later Minami Aso relay station) opens as a VHF station[14].
      • The Takamori station (Minamiaso station) and the Oguni station opened as VHF stations because there was a vacancy in the channel allocation. In 1969, it was not included in the reception of UHF stations.UHF converterIs generally required, and opening a station at VHF was advantageous in that no measures (installation of a converter) on the viewer side were required.[14].
    • October 10-Hitoyoshi relay station opens[14].
    • October 10-Small country relay station opens[15].
    • November 11-Suyang relay station opens[15].
    • November 11-Minamata relay station opens[15].
    • December 12-Aso relay station opens[15].
  • 1974 (49) October-The number of TV relay stations becomes the same as RKK[16].
  • 1976 (Showa 51) October-As a reception measure in the northern area of ​​Kumamoto PrefectureTamana relay stationIs open[17].
    • Adding an antenna to the Mt. Kinpusan transmitterSaga tvAbandoned because they did not agree, and implemented reception measures by installing a relay station.The Gyokuto relay station was also installed in March 1978 for the same purpose.Due to this, it will not be covered by Tamana / Gyokuto stationAraoWith the exception of, reception interference has been largely resolved.[17].
  • 1981 (56) December 12-Released the new catchphrase "TKU because I like Kumamoto".It will be used on the air from the following 14[18].
  • 1982 (57)October --Completion of the extension building of the head office. (Operation will start in April of the following year[19])
  • 1983 (58)
    • March 3-The new master goes live and at the same timeMultiplex audio broadcastingWill also be started[19].
    • June-Achieved the first audience rating triple crown since the opening of the station[20].
    • August-"TKU because I like Kumamoto" will be used as a song.The melody was open to the public, and the work of an 8-year-old man at that time was selected from about 800 items.[18].
    • October --Renovated the old master room into a news center[21].
  • 1984 (59)
    • April-Wide news program "TKU News Eye] Start broadcasting[21].
    • December-A north antenna (12 degrees from the north) is installed at the Mt. Kinpusan transmission station (output is 315/1 of 10kW).The station was opened in 1.Kumamoto citizen TV (KKT) had an antenna on the north side from the beginning[22].
  • 1986 (61) July --The Mt. Kinpusan transmission station of TKU and KKT will be fully powered in all directions.[22].
    • Saga TVKyushu Asahi Broadcasting(KBC TV. There was a relay station that used the same 34ch as TKU.[23]) With the consent of the company.The north antenna was adjusted to direct the main beam toward your feet as a measure to prevent spillover.[22].
    • With the full power of the Mt. Kinpusan transmission station, the position of the Tamana relay station has changed from "the main relay station in the northern area of ​​Kumamoto prefecture" to "the area that is in the shade of Nitake and Mitake (the Tamana city area at that time and the Tamana city area at that time).Tensui Town-Kawachi Town) Changed to "relay station", output July 7[24]Was reduced from 30W to 10W[22].
  • 1987 (Showa 62) January 4-"Young people landWill start broadcasting as a program at midnight on Friday (the program frame will be moved from October of the same year at 10:17 on Saturday)[25].
  • 1989 (Showa 64/HeiseiFirst year)
    • August 1- Visual Identity (VI)With the introduction, the "TKU" logo was changed to the second generation as the 20th anniversary mark (however, from the logo change to 2, it was finer than the one until 1998), and the name "TV Kumamoto" started to be used.[26].Stardust reviewThe image song "NEW DAY BEGIN-Ai wa Kaze ni Notte", which is written and composed, is also available.[27].
    • April 4-Celebrate the 1th anniversary of the opening of the station.Held the 20st TKU Day[28].
    • May 10 - Kumamoto Asahi Broadcasting With the opening of (KAB), it will become a full-net station of the Fuji TV series.[29].
  • 1998 (10)
    • October 10st-Started using the catch phrase "Drama Chikku TKU" and the image song "Drama Chikku TKU ~ Shining ~" to commemorate the 1th anniversary of the opening of the station.The opening (30st broadcast start video) will also be changed from the same day.The image song isサ ー カ ス(I was a regular artist of "Music Field Concert" sponsored by TKU)[30].
    • December-Minor change to the 12th anniversary mark (20nd generation logo) in bold, making this the 2rd generation logo mark[31].
    • December 12-Image character "Terekuma-kun" announced[30](Used until March 2019).
  • 2006 (18)
  • 2009 (21)
    • May 1 --On terrestrial digital broadcastingWatermarkIs started to be displayed (however, it is not displayed in XNUMXSeg).
    • May 4 ――We are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the opening of the station.This year, as a commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the opening of the station, a catch phrase with the theme of the global environment"What we can do for tomorrow (earth)."Was used for one year.
  • 2011 (23)May 7 --Noon (midnight)Terrestrial analog broadcastingend.After that, analog broadcasting stopped by 23:59.Complete transition to terrestrial digital broadcasting.
  • 2018 (30)May 12 --Announced a new logo mark (50th generation) and catch phrase on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of the opening of the station (starting use from January 2019, 1).The new catch phrase is "Rhythm! TKU".[32]

Network transition

  • 1969 May 4 - Nippon Television Network-Fuji Television・ Japan Educational Television (hereafter NET, laterTV Asahi) Opened as a triple net station.News networkNNN-FNNJoin.
  • 1969 May 10 --Launched on this dayFNSAlso joined[Annotation 1].
    • Program organization is centered on Fuji TV programs almost all day except for some on weekdays, and Nippon TV programs are "NNN Today's Events"When"11PM, The NET system organized the daytime news respectively.On Saturdays and Sundays, mainly Fuji TV programs were organized on NTV / NET simultaneous / delayed net programs.It was a triple cross-net station, but from that time it was a mauve-colored organization.
  • 1970 May 1 - ANNAlso a member.The news rotation at this point was FNN in the morning → ANN in the afternoon → FNN in the evening → NNN in the final version.
  • 1975 May 3 --ANN seriesQuasi-key station Bowel torsionBy eliminationEvery day broadcastingからAsahi BroadcastingAt the same time, the nationwide online program from Kansai for Mainichi Broadcasting System and Asahi Broadcasting CorporationKumamoto BroadcastingExchange with.
  • 1982 August 4- Kumamoto citizen TVWithdrew from NNN due to the opening of the station, and the programs of the Nippon Television network disappeared.
  • 1989 August 10- Kumamoto Asahi BroadcastingWithdrew from ANN due to the opening of the station, TV Asahi series programs disappeared and "ANN News Liner"The net is cut off and"FNN SpeakBegan broadcasting and became a full-net station affiliated with Fuji TV.

Main transmission stations

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master station
NameIdentification signalChannelAntenna power
KumamotoJOZH-DTV 42 ch 1kW
The transmitter isNECMade.Unlike the analog eraKumamoto BroadcastingWith all the private TV stations in the prefectureFM KumamotoThe facility is shared with (FM radio).
Relay station
NameChannelAntenna power
Humanity 19 ch 10W
Minamata 27 ch 100W
Amakusa Ushibuka 27 ch 0.3W
Aso 42 ch 1W
Aso north 19 ch 0.3W
Minami Aso 23 ch 3W
Higo Oguni 18 ch 1W
Seiwa 35 ch 1W
Soyo 43 ch 1W
Yabe 20 ch 1W
Mikawa 42 ch 0.3W
For grinding 38 ch 1W
Kikusui 35 ch 0.1W
Triangle 33 ch 0.3W
Yuura 42 ch 0.3W
Ashikita 42 ch 0.3W
Tatedayama 27 ch 0.3W
Namino 42 ch 1W
Kumamoto hemp 18 ch 0.3W
Tamana 42 ch 1W
Gyokuto 42 ch 0.3W
Ushibuka Oniki 32 ch 0.1W
Shinwa 27 ch 0.3W
Sakizu 28 ch 0.1W
Kawaura 14 ch 0.3W
On the water 30 ch 0.1W
Kahoku 31 ch 0.3W
Honto Kita 37 ch 0.3W
Hondo 48 ch 0.3W
Kuratake 42 ch 1W
Sumoto 18 ch 0.1W
Ariake Uezuura 43 ch 0.1W
Goshoura 14 ch 0.1W
Spring 19 ch 0.1W
Ogawa Kaito 39 ch 0.1W
Noriyoshi Matsushima 43 ch 0.1W

Analog broadcasting

Of the analog relay stations as of July 2011, 7Small country relay station-South Aso Relay StationOnly VHF waves were transmitted.

  • Kumamoto (master station): 34 ch 10kW JOZH-TV Mt. Kinpusan The transmitter isToshibaMade
  • Minamata: 38ch 500W
    • At the beginning of the station, it was transmitted on 36ch,TV Nagasaki OfSasebo Relay StationIt was changed to 35ch two years later (2) due to interference with (1971ch).[14].
  • Small country[Annotation 2]: 8ch
  • Minamiaso: 4ch
  • Hitoyoshi: 42ch
etc.

Cable TV retransmission station

Nagasaki OfCable television Shimabara(Pumpkin TV) has been retransmitting the analog TV of TV Kumamoto, but with the end of analog broadcasting on July 2011, 7, the retransmission at the company has also ended.This means that TV Kumamoto is the only one of the four commercial broadcasters in Kumamoto Prefecture that has not been retransmitted by cable TV stations outside the prefecture (since the spring of 24).Kumamoto BroadcastingAlso).

Capital structure

The names of companies and organizations and the titles of individuals are as of the time. Source:[33][34][35][36][37]

Overview

Fuji Television Network, Inc-Nippon TV-TV AsahiIn the triple cross-net era ofWest Japan ShimbunAt the same ratio asYomiuri Shimbun(Mitsuo Mutai)WhenAsahi Shimbun(Hirooka Tomoo) Was a major individual shareholder.

2015/10/1

Shareholderratio
Fuji Media Holdings19.2%

Past capital structure

Main program

announcer

Male

Female

Announcer who was enrolled in the past

Male

Female

  • Kinko Yabe
  • Kumiko Furusawa
  • Marino Asada (After studying abroad at MBA and working at Mitsui & Co., Ltd., currently a TV Asahi employee. USCPA US Certified Public Accountant and CIA Certified Internal Auditor)
  • Akiko Iwanaga (1997)[38] -)
  • Eiko Seyama (1996)[38] ――, After leaving the company, belong to Pines for free[39])
  • Michiko Nakajima
  • Miyuki Wakamatsu
  • Eriko Hashimoto (1980-1985. After retirement, turned to free announcer)
  • Yoko Komon(After leaving the company, turned into a talent)
  • Aku Noda (1989)[38] -, After that, he is free to work at FM Kumamoto etc.)
  • Hiroko Yokota
  • Mitsuko Shirahama
  • Katsuta Marie
  • Naoko Kazato(1992[38] -)
  • Asako Tanaka (currently Nakano) (2006-December 2009. After leaving the companyHoriproBecome a free announcer
  • Karako Nishimura (1992)[38] -, Transferred to the Press Production Bureau)
  • Kanako Kimura(2010-2011, formerShizuoka broadcastingContract employee.After leaving the companyChiba Television BroadcastTransfer to)
  • Itoe Fujimoto(2001-2011. After entering the home, I started working as a free information magazine publisher)
  • Tomoko Nagayasu(2010-2012.Shikoku BroadcastingTransferred from.After leaving the companyNHK Yamaguchi Broadcasting StationBecome a contract caster)
  • Manami Igo (2001-March 2014)

In-house sponsored event

Information camera installation point

Related facilities

Feature

  • As one of the enhancements to locally produced programs1993 からKumamotoFromGreat manProduced a large-scale documentary drama "Local Great People Series" every year to discover and honorMay 11(Culture Day) It is broadcast on each FNS Kyushu station before and after.also,2013 OctoberFrom Monday to Friday, the morning information program "Eitaro's story"Eitaro no Katanne" has been running alone for 7 consecutive years with the highest audience rating, and "TKU Live News" is also in the same time zone. The audience rating of the company's programs is also favorable, such as taking the top average audience rating.
  • 2004 For the first time at a broadcasting station in KumamotoInternational standardISO 14001Is getting.
  • The location of the head office is1991 Until it became Kumamoto City (currently Kita Ward, Kumamoto City) by transfer toAbandoned countyNorthern townIt is a broadcasting station that has a company building in a county (town or village), which is rare in Japan, and is the only private broadcasting station (excluding cable TV stations and community FM radio stations) headquartered in a county (town or village). Was a station[Annotation 9]..In addition, the only TV station in Kuma has not relocated its head office since its opening.

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  1. ^ However, NTV is a member of the news program supply department (NNN) only, and the general program supply department (NNN).NNS) Is not a member until the news series withdrawal.
  2. ^ In analog broadcasting, except for NHK, the old country name "Higo" was not added to the relay station name.
  3. ^ a b TV Kumamoto President
  4. ^ a b c TV Kumamoto Director
  5. ^ TV Kumamoto Part-time Director
  6. ^ Fuji Television Representative Director and Chairman
  7. ^ Chairman and CEO of TV Kumamoto
  8. ^ Kansai TV broadcasting Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board
  9. ^ Similar casesAomori Broadcasting(At the time of opening, Hamadate Village, Higashitsugaru-gun, Aomori Prefecture (Source: "Aomori Broadcasting 1980 Years History" (Aomori Broadcasting XNUMX))NHK Okinawa Broadcasting Station(OkinawaShimajiriTomigusuku Village).Aomori Broadcasting became Aomori City due to the merger of cities, towns and villages, and NHK Okinawa Broadcasting Station moved instead of merging (NahaOmoromachi).Tomigusuku Village, where the NHK Okinawa Broadcasting Station was located, was later promoted to the city.
  10. ^ During the national election campaignKomeitoWith regard to, due to the provisions of the Public Offices Election Law, it is not possible to refuse due to the circumstances of the broadcasting station, so posting is permitted for a fee.
  11. ^ It is the same school education institution affiliated with Soka Gakkai.School corporation Soka SchoolAbout, in Kumamoto prefectureThe corporationBecause there is no school education institution managed and operated byThe schoolCM is not broadcast by the authorities.
  12. ^ 2004 yearsFNS 27-hour TVAt the time of appearanceProfessor OkamuraBeing tampered with and getting close-up.
Source
  1. ^ a b TV Kumamoto Telecasting Co., Ltd. 54th term financial results announcement
  2. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.20
  3. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.21
  4. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.22
  5. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.23
  6. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.24
  7. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.25
  8. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.28
  9. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.33-35
  10. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.38
  11. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.43
  12. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.74
  13. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.48-49
  14. ^ a b c d e "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.53
  15. ^ a b c d "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.276-277
  16. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.73
  17. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.75-76
  18. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.109
  19. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.112
  20. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.124
  21. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.118
  22. ^ a b c d "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.147-148
  23. ^ Taishofu relay station-Matsugae relay station-Sakita relay stationIs applicable.However, it was later discontinued in the Ana-Ana conversion.
  24. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.320
  25. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.167
  26. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.158
  27. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.159
  28. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.160
  29. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.144
  30. ^ a b "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" pp.212-213
  31. ^ "TV Kumamoto 30 Years History" p.16
  32. ^ "The TKU logo will change!The catch phrase is "Rhythm! TKU"”. TV Kumamoto. 2018/12/28Browse.
  33. ^ "Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Radio Wave Homepage". Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. 2016/1/1Browse.
  34. ^ Japan Private Broadcasting Federation"Japan Commercial Broadcasting Yearbook 2015" Koken Publishing, November 2015, 11, p. 20.
  35. ^ Japan Private Broadcasting Federation"Japan Commercial Broadcasting Yearbook 2003" published by Koken, November 2003, 11 pages.
  36. ^ Japan Private Broadcasting Federation"Japanese Commercial Broadcasting Yearbook '92" published by Koken, November 1992, p.11.
  37. ^ Japan Private Broadcasting Federation"Japan Broadcasting Yearbook '78", Yobunsha, December 1978, page 12.
  38. ^ a b c d e f NHK Weekly Stella National Announcer Directory
  39. ^ Eiko Seyama Profile

References

  • 30-year history compilation committee "TV Kumamoto 30-year history" TV Kumamoto, 2001.

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