Shizuoka Broadcasting System
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Shizuoka Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS, 静岡放送株式会社) is a Japanese broadcaster in Shizuoka. Its radio station is affiliated with Japan Radio Network (JRN) and National Radio Network (NRN), and its TV station is affiliated with JNN (Japan News Network).
Digital TV (ID:6)
JOVR-DTV - SBS Digital Television
JOVR-TV - SBS Television (analog ended July 24, 2011)
- Shizuoka Broadcasting System has no connection with the South Korean network SBS.
- Although SBS radio doubled the output of a key station in 10 kW at 1990 October 1, the stereophonic broadcast is not started yet.
The abbreviation, SBS, is being used since September 22 1960.
- Smile for You (ja:ほのぼのワイド 中村こずえのsmile for You) – hosted by Kozue Nakamura (中村こずえ, former Tokyo FM announcer)
- Gogo wide Raburaji (ja:GOGOワイドらぶらじ) – hosted by Mikihito Tetsuzaki (鉄崎幹人), Tetsu Sugihara (杉原徹), Yasuharu Katsuyama (勝山康晴)
- G1 (ended)
- Monday Soccer Stadium (ended)
- SBS TV Evening paper (ended)
- Sole!Iine (from Monday to Wednesday 9:55-11:00, Thursday and Friday 9:55-11:00 )
- Eve Ai Shizuoka (4:45-7:00 [JST])
- Shizuoka Shimbun (Shizuoka's local newspaper)
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