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Broadcasting System of San-in


Broadcasting System of San-in

Broadcasting System of San-in, Inc. (BSS, 株式会社山陰放送) is a Japanese radio station and TV station broadcast in Tottori Prefecture and Shimane Prefecture.

It is afferiated with Japan Radio Network (JRN), National Radio Network (NRN), Japan News Network (JNN) and TBS Network.


  • Head office 1
  • Broadcasting 2
    • Radio 2.1
    • TV 2.2
  • Supplement 3
  • Program 4
    • Radio 4.1
    • TV 4.2
  • LINK 5

Head office



BSS Radio

  • Yonago JOHF 900 kHz
  • Tottori JOHL 1431 kHz ("flagship station")
  • Kurayoshi 1557 kHz
  • Izumo 1431 kHz
  • Ota 1485 kHz
  • Hamada JOHM 1557 kHz
  • Masuda JOHN 1431 kHz


BSS Television

  • Matsue JOHF-TV 10Ch
  • Tottori 22Ch
  • Kurayoshi 56Ch
  • Hamada 5Ch
  • Ota 1Ch
  • Masuda 26Ch
  • Gotsu 44Ch
  • Okinoshima 39Ch
  • Kamo 8Ch
  • Misumi 46Ch etc...


  • Although this broadcasting station belongs to JNN/JRN/NRN, its relation with Asahi Shimbun is also deep once. Therefore, on BSS radio, the Asahi Shimbun news of independence work are broadcast during the morning.
  • That key stations differ on radio and television Since the system of the area of the television station opened from the second half of the 1950s to the second half of the 1960s was 1 prefecture 1 wave in principle when beginning television broadcasting of this broadcasting station, In Tottori Prefecture in which Nihonkai TV (日本海テレビ) which had already begun broadcast at this time exists, it is because its service cannot be started, but it is Shimane Prefecture which had not prepared the television station yet then and its service was to be started first.
    • And already, the request of a start of television broadcasting was replied to Tottori Prefecture, and Tottori Prefecture has also started television broadcasting at last in September, 1972.
  • Simultaneous broadcast of the program besides the series which Nihonkai TV, such as a "morning news show" and "DORAEMON", and San-in Chuo TV (山陰中央テレビ) are treating to one time in television broadcasting till September, 1989 might be carried out also by BSS.



  • Ongaku no Kazaguruma
  • Shinjinaito CLUB
  • Today s HARERUYA!! etc...



  • BSS HomePage
  • Broadcasting System of San-in on Facebook
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