Shikoku Broadcasting

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Shikoku Broadcasting (四国放送) is a radio and TV station based in Tokushima. It is affiliated to the Nippon News Network and is the only commercial TV station in the prefecture. Commercial channels from Kansai can be easily received.

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History[edit]

  • April 1952: Shikoku Broadcasting is established.
  • July 1, 1952: JR (as in JOJR) commences radio transmissions.
  • April 1959: Television transmissions commence.
  • April 5, 1971: JR Television begins their morning show, Good Morning Tokushima (おはようとくしま).
  • April 1982: The abbreviation is changed to JRT.
  • December 1984: JRT moves to their current headquarters in Nakatokushima.
  • July 1988: Bi-lingual TV broadcasts for certain shows commence.
  • February 6, 2006: Digital terrestrial tests commence.
  • October 1, 2006: Regular digital terrestrial broadcasts commence.
  • March 31, 2011: Good Morning Tokushima is cancelled.
  • July 24, 2011: Analog terrestrial broadcasts conclude.
  • April 1, 2015: JRT joins the radiko project.

Stations[edit]

Radio:

Tokushima master station:

  • Calls: JOJR
  • Frequency: 1269 kHz
  • Output: 5 kW

Ikeda station:

  • Calls: (was JOJO)
  • Frequency: 1269 kHz
  • Output: 1 kW

Mugi station:

  • Frequency: 1269 kHz
  • Output: 100 W

Hiwasa station:

  • Frequency: 1269 kHz
  • Output: 100 W

Television:

Tokushima master station:

  • Calls: JOJR-DTV
  • Frequency: 581.142857 MHz
  • Output: 1 kW
  • ERP: 6.5 kW

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