UHF Television Yamanashi

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TV Yamanashi
JOGI-(D)TV
Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Branding UTY
Affiliations Japan News Network
Owner Television Yamanashi Company Ltd.
Founded February 8, 1969
First air date April 1, 1970
Former channel number(s) 37 (analog, 1970-2011)
Website http://www.uty.co.jp/
TV Yamanashi HQ and Studio, Kōfu

Ultra high frequency Television Yamanashi, Inc. (株式会社テレビ山梨 Kabushiki-gaisha TV Yamanashi?), also known as UTY, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the JNN. Its headquarters are located in Kōfu, Yamanashi.

History[edit]

Television Yamanashi was established on 1 April 1970 as the second broadcasting station located in Yamanashi Prefecture. A new studio and head office was completed on 1 August 1984. From July 2006 Digital terrestrial television broadcasts were begun. All analog broadcasting was discontinued from 24 July 2011.

Stations[edit]

Digital(ID:6)[edit]

  • Kofu(Main Station) JOGI-DTV 27 ch
  • Fujiyosihda 27 ch
  • Otsuki 19 ch
  • Otsuki-Hatsukari 40ch
  • Tsuru 37 ch
  • Uenohara 34 ch
  • Nambu 44 ch
  • Minobu 24 ch
  • Nirazaki-Anayama 42 ch

Programs[edit]

  • UTY News no hoshi(UTYニュースの星) - from 18:16 until 18:55 on Weekdays

Rival Stations[edit]

Other Links[edit]

Welcome to UTY

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