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Ehime Asahi Television

Ehime Asahi Television
Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Branding eat
Channels Digital: 17 (UHF), PSIP 5
Affiliations TV Asahi
Founded April 8, 1994
First air date April 1, 1995
Call letters' meaning A variation on a boy person's name
Former channel number(s) 25 (analog, UHF, 1995-2011)
Headquarters of Ehime Asahi Television Co. in Matsuyama.

Ehime Asahi Television Co., Ltd. (株式会社愛媛朝日テレビ Kabushiki-gaisha Ehime Asahi Terebi), also known as eat, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the ANN. Their headquarters are located in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture.



Analog Stations

Digital Stations (ID:5)

  • Matsuyama (Main Station) JOEY-DTV 17ch


Rival Stations

External links

  • eat official site

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