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I-Television

Headquarters of i-Television in Matsuyama.

i-Television Inc. (株式会社あいテレビ Kabushiki-gaisha i-TV), also known as ITV, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the JNN. Their headquarters are located in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture.

History

  • 26 April 1991: License awarded
  • 1 October 1992: It was set up as the third broadcasting station of Ehime Prefecture.
  • 1 April 1993: Sunday Morning moves to i-TV from RNB.
  • 1 October 2002: Upon cenebrating its tenth anniversary, the legal name changes from Iyo TV Corporation to i-TV Corporation.
  • 1 October 2006: Digital terrestrial television broadcasts commenced (Matsuyama Main Station).

Stations

Analog Stations

Digital Stations(ID:6)

  • Matsuyama(Main Station) JOEH-DTV 21ch

Programs

  • Catch-i - from 18:16 until 18:55 on Weekdays

Rival Stations

Other Links

i-Television Homepage

TV station in ChūgokuShikoku
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN
Tottori Tottori NKT BSS TSK
Shimane Matsue
Hiroshima Hiroshima HTV RCC TSS HOME
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi KRY tys yab
Okayama Okayama RNC RSK OHK KSB TSC
Kagawa Takamatsu
Tokushima Tokushima JRT
Ehime Matsuyama RNB ITV EBC eat
Kōchi Kōchi RKC KUTV KSS


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