Yamanashi Broadcasting System

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Yamanashi Broadcasting System
JOJF-DTV
Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Branding YBS
Channels Digital: 25
Affiliations Nippon News Network
Owner Yamanashi Broadcasting System Inc.
Founded July 1, 1954
First air date December 20, 1959
Former channel number(s) 5(analog, 1970-2011)
Website http://www.ybs.jp/
Yamanashi Broadcasting System HQ in Kofu,Yamanashi

Yamanashi Broadcasting System (株式会社山梨放送 Kabushiki-gaisha Yamanashi Hōsō?), also known as YBS, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with Nippon News Network (NNN). Its headquarters is located in Kōfu, Yamanashi.

Network[edit]

Stations[edit]

Digital TV(ID:4)[edit]

Radio[edit]

Programs[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • YBS Radio news(YBSラジオニュース)
  • YBS News up(YBSニュースアップ)
  • YBS News halftime(YBSニュースハーフタイム)
  • 765morning
  • 765Music Express(765MUX)
  • FUN TAME(ふぁん★タメ)
  • Shoko Sawada's Saturday Jamboree(沢田聖子のサタデージャンボリー)
  • RADIUS(ラヂウス)
  • Yukko's POPSAT(ゆっこのポプサタ)
  • DIG THE MUSIC
  • FREE STYLE
  • Hanchingu(はんちんぐ)

TV[edit]

  • YBS News(YBSニュース)
  • YBS Wide News(YBSワイドニュース)
  • YBS Midnight News(YBSニュース深夜便)
  • Tomo-chan chi no goji(ともちゃん家の5時)
  • VENT Spo!(VENTスポ!)
  • Kurayami de aimasho(暗闇で逢いましょう)
  • Yamanashi genki navi(やまなし元気ナビ)


Rival Stations[edit]

Radio[edit]

  • FM Fuji(エフエム富士) - independent, formerly of JFN

TV[edit]

LINK[edit]

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