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Shin-etsu Broadcasting

Shin-etsu Broadcasting Co.,Ltd (信越放送株式会社 Shin-etsu Hōsō Kabushiki-gaisha), also known as SBC, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the Japan News Network (JNN). Their headquarters are located in Nagano Prefecture.

Contents

  • The Headquarters 1
  • Network 2
  • History 3
  • Stations 4
    • Analog TV 4.1
    • Digital TV(ID:6) 4.2
    • RADIO 4.3
  • Programs 5
    • TV 5.1
    • RADIO 5.2
  • Rival Stations 6
  • External links 7

The Headquarters

Network

History

  • 1952 March 25 It was set up radio broadcasting station of Nagano Prefecture.
  • 1958 October 25 Television Broadcasting was started.
  • 1 October 2006 Digital terrestrial television was started(Utsukushigahara Main Station,Zenkoji-daira Station,Matsumoto Station,Okaya-Suwa Station,Ina Station and Iida Station).

Stations

Analog TV

Digital TV(ID:6)

RADIO

Programs

TV

  • Shinshu Marugoto Wide Catch! - from 16:54 until 18:55 on Weekdays
  • Maji Tele - from 13:05 until 14:00 on Saturdays
  • SBC Special - from 18:55 until 19:54 on Thursdays
  • Naruhodo! NAGANO - from 19:54 until 19:58 on Mondays
  • Wonderful Shinshu-jin!! - from 22:54 until 23:00 on Sundays

RADIO

  • Morning Wide Radio J - from 6:30 until 10:20 on Weekdays
  • Wakuwaku Wide! Appare Odori - from 11:25 until 15:00 on Weekdays

Rival Stations

External links

  • Shin-etsu Broadcasting
TV station in Chūbu
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN JAITS
Niigata Niigata TeNY BSN NST UX
Nagano Nagano TSB SBC NBS abn
Yamanashi Kōfu YBS UTY
Shizuoka Shizuoka SDT SBS SUT SATV
Aichi Nagoya CTV CBC THK NBN TVA
Mie Tsu MTV
Gifu Gifu GBS
Toyama Toyama KNB TUT BBT
Ishikawa Kanazawa KTK MRO ITC HAB
Fukui Fukui FBC FTB (FBC)
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