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Initially a triple affiliate of NET (TV Asahi), Fuji TV and Nippon Television. It was affiliated to the network until 1981, when TNN (now TeNY) started broadcasting, taking over NTV's schedule from NST, causing it to become a primary affiliate of Fuji TV. TV Asahi programming remained on the station until 1983, when NT21 (now UX) launched.
Shizuoka Prefectural Television (静岡けんみんテレビ, SKT) was a secondary affiliate of NNN/NNS from July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1979. The following day, Shizuoka Daiichi Television took over NNN's programming and SKT (now SATV) became a sole affiliate of TV Asahi.
Established as an affiliate of Nippon Television, Nihon Educational Television and Fuji TV, joining their respective general and news networks later on. Four years after joining NNN, Miyagi Television took NNN's programming from OX, causing it to become a primary affiliate of Fuji TV. TV Asahi programming moved to KHB when it launched in 1975.