Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting

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JOIF
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City Fukuoka
Broadcast area Fukuoka Prefecture
Branding KBC Radio
Frequency 1413 kHz; 90.2 MHz FM
First air date January 1, 1954
Format Talk, Sports
Language(s) Japanese
Power 50 kW
Callsign meaning JO
Ichi (1)
Fukuoka
Affiliations NRN
Owner
Webcast Radiko
Website http://www.kbc.co.jp/radio/
KBC Radio on Facebook
JOIF-TV, JOIF-DTV
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Fukuoka Prefecture
Channels Analog: 1 (VHF)
Digital: 31 (UHF)
Affiliations ANN
Owner Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting
First air date March 1, 1959
Call letters' meaning JO
Ichi (1)
Fukuoka
Former affiliations FNN (1959-1964)
Transmitter coordinates Coordinates: 33°35′35.7″N 130°21′5.3″E / 33.593250°N 130.351472°E / 33.593250; 130.351472
Website http://www.kbc.co.jp/
Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting on Facebook

Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (九州朝日放送株式会社?, Kyushu Asahi Hoso Kabushiki Gaisha) is a broadcasting station in Fukuoka, Japan, and it is affiliated with National Radio Network (NRN), All-Nippon News Network (ANN), and TV Asahi Network.

Programs(TV)[edit]

Programs(Radio)[edit]

  • PAO-N
  • Morning wave
  • Sister sister of Osugi and Piko(Japanese:おすぎとピーコのシスター・シスター)

etc.

Other TV stations in Fukuoka[edit]

Television stations in Kyushu and Okinawa
Prefectures Network affiliations
NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN Other
Fukuoka Fukuoka Fukuoka FBS RKB TNC KBC TVQ  
Kitakyūshū Kitakyūshū
Saga Saga STS
Nagasaki Nagasaki NIB NBC KTN NCC
Kumamoto Kumamoto KKT RKK TKU KAB
Ōita Ōita (TOS) OBS TOS OAB
Miyazaki Miyazaki (UMK) MRT UMK (UMK)
Kagoshima Kagoshima KYT MBC KTS KKB
Okinawa Okinawa Okinawa RBC OTV QAB AFN
Sakishima
Daitō Tokyo TBS CX EX