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|Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture|
Digital: 20 (UHF)|
|First air date||December 1, 1958|
|Call letters' meaning||Disambiguation of Okayama sister station's callsign (JOKF)|
|Former channel number(s)||10 (VHF analog, 1958-2011)|
All secondary: |
Nankai Broadcasting Co., Ltd (南海放送株式会社 Nankai Hōsō Kabushiki-gaisha), also known as RNB, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with Nippon News Network (NNN). Their headquarters are located in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture.
- August 1, 1953: Nankai Broadcasting's radio license is applied.
- September 28, 1953: Nankai Broadcasting is established.
- October 1, 1953: Nankai Broadcasting commences broadcasting.
- December 1, 1958: Television broadcasts commence.
- October 1, 1964: Color broadcasts commence.
- December 10, 1969: All Fuji TV shows move to the newly launched FNN station EBC.
- May 13, 1970: Nankai Broadcasting exchanges footage of the Setouchi Sea Jack incident with Hiroshima Telecasting.
- March 15, 1980: AM stereo broadcasts are conducted.
- February 21, 1988: RNB transmits the Ehime Marathon for the first time.
- July 19, 1990: RNB starts dual audio broadcasting for certain shows.
- March 2000: Club N, a mobile site, opens.
- June 21, 2006: Digital terrestrial broadcasts commence.
- July 24, 2011: Analog terrestrial broadcasts conclude.
- April 2012: RNB opens their official Facebook page.
- December 1, 2014: A new FM station, Fnam, launches.
- Matsuyama (Main Station) JOAF-TV 10ch 5 kW
- Imabari 34ch 100w
- Yawatahama 4ch 250w
- Niihama JOAL-TV 6ch 250w
AM Radio (1116kHz)
- Matsuyama (Main Station) 5 kW JOAF
- Niihama 1 kW JOAL
- Uwajima 1 kW JOAM
- Ōzu 100w JOAN
- Misho 100w JOAS
- Yawatamaha 100w
FM Radio (91.7 MHz FM)
- Matsuyama (Main Station) 1 kW
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