|Broadcast area||Greater Tokyo|
|Slogan||The Real Music Station|
|Frequency||89.7 MHz (Tokyo Tower)|
|Translator(s)||76.5 MHz (Yokohama)|
|First air date||April 1, 1996|
|Format||International pop music, information|
|Language(s)||Japanese (mostly), English (mostly), Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai, Portuguese, and French|
10,000 watts (Tokyo)|
300 watts (Yokohama)
|Former frequencies||76.1 MHz (April 1996-October 2015)|
InterFM Inc. |
(joint venture of Kinoshita Management Inc. and TV Tokyo Corporation)
InterFM (JODW-FM 89.7 MHz Tokyo, 76.5 MHz Yokohama; branding as InterFM897) is a commercial radio station on the Frequency Modulation (FM), transmitting in the Greater Tokyo area (including Narita International Airport), owned and operated by InterFM Inc. (株式会社InterFM), jointly owned by Kinoshita Management Inc. and the Japanese television network TV Tokyo.
It is the key station of MegaNet.
InterFM started broadcasting from its new frequency of 89.7 MHz on June 26, 2015 with its first official broadcast started on June 30 the same year at 6:00 pm. InterFM ended broadcasting on its old frequency on October 31, 2015.
InterFM's slogan is The Real Music Station since April 2013. Its previous slogan was "Tokyo's No. 1 Music Station".
The station uses English as its main language besides Japanese, with the Public Service Announcement segments aired in Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai, Portuguese, and French to better serve the international community in the Tokyo Metropolitan area and its vicinity, not to mention news and other information bits in Japanese that the locals will find convenient.
InterFM broadcast style mirrors American FM radio style and is consistent with stations in networks such as iHeartMedia in the United States.
|City of license||Identifier||Frequency||Power|
|Yokohama||N/A||76.5 MHz||300 watts|
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