RCC Broadcasting

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JOER
Rcc logo.svg
City Hiroshima
Broadcast area Hiroshima
Frequency 1350 kHz (AM); 94.6 MHz (FM)
First air date April 1, 1952
Format Talk, Sports
Power 20,000 watts
Affiliations JRN/NRN
Owner Chugoku Shimbun
Website 1350.jp
JOER-DTV
JOEE-TV (defunct)
RCC Broadcasting Company logo.jpg
City Hiroshima
Branding RCC Television
Channels Digital: 18 (UHF)
Virtual: 3
Affiliations JNN
Owner Chugoku Shimbun
First air date October 1, 1959
Last air date July 24, 2011 (JOEE-TV)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
4 (VHF, 1959–2011)
JOEE-TV:
10 (VHF, 1962–2011)
Website rcc.jp

RCC Broadcasting Company (株式会社中国放送 Kabushiki Gaisha Chugoku Hoso; later name: RCC) is a Japanese broadcaster which serves the Hiroshima region.

Network[edit]

TV[edit]

Radio[edit]

Station list[edit]

TV[edit]

  • Analog
    • Hiroshima JOER-TV 4CH
    • Onomichi JOEE-TV 10CH
    • Fukuyama 7CH
    • Miyoshi, Kure, Higashihiroshima-Saijo 9CH
    • Higashihiroshima-Kurose 60CH
  • Digital (Button 3)
    • Hiroshima JOER-DTV 18CH
    • Kure 18CH
    • Fukuyama 16CH

AM Radio[edit]

  • Stereo
    • Hiroshima JOER 1350 kHz 50 kW
  • Monaural
    • Fukuyama JOEO 1530 kHz 1 kW
    • Shobara 1458 kHz 1 kW
    • Mihara 1530 kHz 100 W
    • Fuchu 1530 kHz 100 W
    • Miyoshi 1458 kHz 100 W
    • Tojo 1458 kHz 100 W

FM Radio[edit]

  • Hiroshima 94.6 MHz FM

Programs[edit]

TV[edit]

  • nannan!?
  • kamisamano shukudai
  • evening wide
  • tsubo

past programs[edit]

  • KEN-JIN(KEN-JIN DX)
  • Gojitere etc...

Radio[edit]

  • Ohayou Radio
  • gozen samasama
  • kyoumo gogoichi
  • barishaki NOW
  • Asuka Land
  • himitsuno otozono
  • rcc/music
  • shumatsu naturalist
  • week enja
  • RCC Carp Night Game (Night Game Season) etc...

External links[edit]