Nippon Broadcasting System
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- Nippon Hōsō redirects here. For Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai, see NHK.
|Founded||Tokyo, Japan (April 1, 2006, took over from former "Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. (present: Fuji Media Holdings, Inc.)")|
|Headquarters||9-3, Yurakucho Itchome, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan|
|Parent||Fuji Media Holdings, Inc.|
|City of license||Tokyo|
|Broadcast area||Kanto region|
|Branding||AM Radio 1242 Nippon Hōsō (AMラジオ1242ニッポン放送 AM Rajio ichi ni yo ni Nippon Hōsō?)|
|Slogan||From Yūrakuchō, Nippon Hōsō makes you smile anywhere. (有楽町からスマイル♪ どんなときもニッポン放送 Yūrakuchō kara sumairu, donna to kimo Nippon Hōsō.?) (since April 2012)|
|Owner||Fuji Media Holdings, Inc. (former Fuji Television Network, Inc.)|
Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. (株式会社ニッポン放送 Kabushiki-gaisha Nippon Hōsō?), or JOLF, is a Japanese radio station in Tokyo. Founded December 23, 1953. Together with Nippon Cultural Broadcasting it is a flagship station of the National Radio Network. JOLF also has a relationship with Fuji Television, both being part of the Fujisankei Communications Group.
From July 15, 1954 to September 30, 1967 it used NBS, as the abbreviation of Nagano Broadcasting Systems, Inc. From October 1, 1967 to present: it has used LF, the last two letters of the call sign JOLF.
- All Night Nippon
- Ginza Music Festival
- Radio Charity Musicthon, etc...
- Boston Red Sox games (When Daisuke Matsuzaka pitches)
- Official website
- Corporate Home Page
- Nippon Broadcasting System on Facebook
- Nippon Broadcasting System on Twitter
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