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|Channels||Digital: 18 (UHF, 2003–, Virtual 7)|
Digital: Channel 21
Hirakata, Osaka Mino, Osaka
Digital: Channel 27
Digital: Channel 28
|Owner||Television Osaka, Inc.|
|Founded||January 23, 1981|
|First air date||May 1, 1982|
|Former callsigns||Analog: JOBH-TV (1982-2011)|
|Former channel number(s)||Analog: 19 (UHF, 1982-2011)|
- The headquarters – 1-2-18, Otemae, Chūō-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
- Kobe Branch Office – Nikkei Kobe Kaikan, 7-1-14, Shimoyamate-dori, Chūō-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture
- Tokyo Branch Office – Ginza Towa Building, 3-10-7, Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo
- Nagoya Branch Office – Nikkei Nagoya Office, 4-16-33, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
History of TV Osaka
- 1981 – Television Osaka, Inc. was founded as part of the reorganisation of Tokyo Channel 12 Ltd. (now TV Tokyo).
- March 1, 1982 – TV Osaka started broadcasting as a network affiliate of the "Mega TON Network" (メガTONネットワーク).
- December 1, 2003 – TV Osaka's logo was changed to reflect the digital era, when they commenced digital telecasts.
- July 24, 2011 – TV Osaka terminated analog telecasts.
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JOBH-TV – TV Osaka Analog (テレビ大阪アナログ)
- Osaka (Mt. Ikoma) – Channel 19
- Broadcast in central of Osaka Prefecture, southeast of Hyōgo Prefecture, parts of Kyoto and Nara Prefectures.
- Hirakata – Channel 21
- Broadcast in northeast of Osaka Prefecture, parts of Kyoto, Nara and Shiga Prefectures.
JOBH-DTV – TVO Osaka Digital Television (TVOおおさかデジタルテレビジョン)
- Remote Controller ID 7
- Osaka (Mt. Ikoma) – Channel 18
- Hirakata – Channel 27
- Minoo – Channel 27
- Wafu Sohonke (和風総本家)
- Kira Kira Afro (きらきらアフロ) 1st series
- Onegai My Melody Series (おねがいマイメロディシリーズ)
- THE FISHING
- Pacific Killers
- Sky Girls (スカイガールズ)
- Sugarbunnies (シュガーバニーズ)
- Fluffle McFeather
Rival TV stations in Osaka
- Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc. (MBS, 毎日放送, affiliated with TBS)
- Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC, 朝日放送, affiliated with TV Asahi)
- Kansai Telecasting Corporation (KTV, 関西テレビ, affiliated with Fuji TV)
- Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation (ytv, 読売テレビ, affiliated with NTV)