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Ryukyu Asahi Broadcasting

JORY-TV
JORY-DTV
Okinawa Island, Okinawa
Branding QAB (RyuQ(kyu) Asahi Broadcasting)
Channels Digital: JORY-DTV, Channel 16 (UHFLCN 5)
Translators Stations
Affiliations All-Nippon News Network
Owner TV Asahi (19.9%)
Asahi Shimbun (17.1%)
Ryukyu Broadcasting
Founded June 10, 1994
Call letters' meaning Japan
Okinawa
RYukyu
Website http://www.qab.co.jp/
RBC-QAB media center building

Ryukyu Asahi Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (琉球朝日放送株式会社 Ryukyu Asahi Hōsō Kabushiki-Gaisha), also known as QAB, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the ANN. Their headquarters are located in Okinawa Prefecture.

QAB has a relationship with Ryukyu Broadcasting, a Japan News Network affiliate. Their offices are located inside the RBC-QAB media center building (RBC・QABメディアセンタービル) in Naha.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Stations 2
    • Analog 2.1
    • Digital(ID:5) 2.2
  • Programs 3
  • Rival stations 4
  • External links 5

History

Stations

Analog

Digital(ID:5)

  • Naha(Main Station) JORY-DTV 16ch

Programs

Rival stations

External links

  • QAB's official website
TV station in Kyushu and Okinawa
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN Other
Fukuoka Fukuoka Fukuoka FBS RKB TNC KBC TVQ  
Kitakyūshū Kitakyūshū
Saga Saga STS
Nagasaki Nagasaki NIB NBC KTN NCC
Kumamoto Kumamoto KKT RKK TKU KAB
Ōita Ōita (TOS) OBS TOS OAB
Miyazaki Miyazaki (UMK) MRT UMK (UMK)
Kagoshima Kagoshima KYT MBC KTS KKB
Okinawa Okinawa Okinawa RBC OTV QAB AFN
Sakishima
Daitō Tokyo TBS CX EX
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