Television Kanagawa

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TV Kanagawa
JOKM-(D)TV
Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Branding tvk
Channels Digital: 18 (UHF)
Affiliations Independent
Owner Television Kanagawa, Inc.
Founded April 20, 1971
First air date April 1, 1972
Call letters' meaning JO
Kanagawa
Media
Former channel number(s) 42 (analog, 1972-2011)
Transmitter power 10 kW (Analog)
1 kW (Digital)
Website http://www.tvk-yokohama.com

TV Kanagawa (テレビ神奈川 Terebi Kanagawa?) (tvk for short) is an independent television station in Japan serving Kanagawa Prefecture and parts of the Greater Tokyo Area with favorable reception. The station was founded on April 20, 1971 and began broadcasting on April 1, 1972. Its call sign is JOKM-TV (JOKM-DTV digital) and occupies channel 42 on the airwaves.

The station is a member of the Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations.

Programming[edit]

As an independent station, tvk's programming consists mostly of local information, alternative music (some of whose musicians continue to appear on tvk, even after mainstream success), local sports, educational programmes, and anime.

Anime Programs[edit]

With the glut of production of anime since the late 1990s, many short cycle (3-6 month) series have come to find their broadcast niche in independent UHF stations. tvk is one of the most prominent of those stations in this market. If it's a UHF-niche anime show, then it is most likely aired on tvk.


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