RCC Broadcasting

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For other uses, see RCC (disambiguation).
JOER
RCC Broadcasting Company logo.png
City of license Hiroshima
Broadcast area Hiroshima
Frequency 1350 kHz
First air date April 1, 1952
Format Talk, Sports
Power 20,000 watts
Affiliations JRN/NRN
Owner Chugoku Shimbun
Website 1350.jp
JOER-TV, JOER-DTV
Hiroshima
Branding Channel 4
Channels Analog: 4 (VHF)
Digital: 18 (UHF)
Affiliations JNN
Owner Chugoku Shimbun
First air date October 1, 1959
Website rcc.jp

RCC Broadcasting Company (株式会社中国放送 Kabushiki Gaisha Chugoku Hoso; later name: RCC) is a Japanese broadcaster which serves the Hiroshima region.

Network[edit]

TV[edit]

  • JNN and TBS Network

Radio[edit]

Station list[edit]

TV[edit]

  • Analog
    • Hiroshima JOER-TV 4CH
    • Onomichi JOEE-TV 10CH
    • Fukuyama 7CH
    • Miyoshi, Kure, Higashihiroshima-Saijo 9CH
    • Higashihiroshima-Kurose 60CH
  • Digital (Button 3)
    • Hiroshima JOER-DTV 18CH
    • Kure 18CH
    • Fukuyama 16CH

Radio[edit]

  • Stereo
    • Hiroshima JOER 1350 kHz 20 kW
  • Monaural
    • Fukuyama JOEO 1530 kHz 1 kW
    • Shobara 1458 kHz 1 kW
    • Mihara 1530 kHz 100 W
    • Fuchu 1530 kHz 100 W
    • Miyoshi 1458 kHz 100 W
    • Tojo 1458 kHz 100 W

Programs[edit]

TV[edit]

  • nannan!?
  • kamisamano shukudai
  • evening wide
  • tsubo

past programs[edit]

  • KEN-JIN(KEN-JIN DX)
  • Gojitere etc...

Radio[edit]

  • Ohayou Radio
  • gozen samasama
  • kyoumo gogoichi
  • barishaki NOW
  • Asuka Land
  • himitsuno otozono
  • rcc/music
  • shumatsu naturalist
  • week enja
  • RCC Carp Night Game (Night Game Season) etc...

External links[edit]

TV station in ChūgokuShikoku
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN
Tottori Tottori NKT BSS TSK
Shimane Matsue
Hiroshima Hiroshima HTV RCC TSS HOME
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi KRY tys yab
Okayama Okayama RNC RSK OHK KSB TSC
Kagawa Takamatsu
Tokushima Tokushima JRT
Ehime Matsuyama RNB ITV EBC eat
Kōchi Kōchi RKC KUTV KSS