TV Tokyo

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TV Tokyo Holdings Corp
Native name
株式会社テレビ東京ホールディングス
Kabushiki gaisha
Traded asTYO: 9413
IndustryInformation, Communication
FoundedTokyo, Japan (October 1, 2010 (2010-10-01))
HeadquartersRoppongi, Minato, Tokyo
ServicesStockholding
Revenue¥128,667 million (consolidated, March 2015)
¥5,001 million (consolidated, March 2015)
¥3,089 million (consolidated, March 2015)
Total assets¥100,565 million (consolidated, March 2015)
OwnerThe Nikkei (31.46%)
Number of employees
1,422
SubsidiariesAT-X
BS TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo Corporation
TV Tokyo Medianet
TV Tokyo Music
Websitehttp://www.txhd.co.jp
TV Tokyo Corporation
Native name
株式会社テレビ東京
Formerly
Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.
Kabushiki gaisha
IndustryInformation, Communication
FoundedTokyo, Japan (July 1, 1968 (1968-07-01))
HeadquartersRoppongi, Minato, Tokyo
ServicesBroadcasting, TV program production, etc.
ParentTV Tokyo Holdings Corporation
Websitewww.tv-tokyo.co.jp/ Edit this on Wikidata
JOTX-(D)TV
TV Tokyo logo 20110629.svg
Roppongi Grand Tawer1.JPG
Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo
BrandingTV Tokyo
ChannelsDigital: 23 (UHF - LCN 7)
TranslatorsMito, Ibaraki
Digital: Channel 18
AffiliationsTX Network
(1983–present)
OwnerTV Tokyo Corporation
Founded1951; 68 years ago (1951)
First air dateApril 22, 1964; 55 years ago (1964-04-22)
Sister station(s)BS Japan
InterFM
Former callsignsAnalog:
12 (VHF) (1964-2011)
Former affiliationsIndependent (1964–1983)
Transmitter power10 kW (68 kW ERP)
Transmitter coordinates35°39′50″N 139°44′36″E / 35.66389°N 139.74333°E / 35.66389; 139.74333
WebsiteTV-Tokyo.co.jp (in Japanese)
Former TV Tokyo Toranomon headquarters
Tennōzu Isle studios

TV Tokyo Corporation (or TX) (株式会社テレビ東京, Kabushiki-gaisha Terebi Tōkyō) TYO: 9413 is a television station headquartered in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan.[1] Also known as "Teleto" (テレ東, Teretō), a blend of "terebi" and "Tokyo", it is the flagship station of TX Network. It is one of the major Tokyo television stations, particularly specializing in anime. The station is partly owned by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun.

History[edit]

TV Tokyo was established by the Japan Science Foundation in 1951 and started broadcasting, as Science TV Tokyo Channel 12 Television (科学テレビ東京12チャンネルテレビ, Kagaku Terebi Tōkyō Jūni-channeru Terebi) on April 12, 1964. It took its name from its VHF frequency channel 12. A limited liability company, Tokyo Channel 12 Production, was formed for the channel on July 1, 1968.

In 1969 the Nikkei acquired Science TV Tokyo Channel 12 Television from the Japan Science Foundation; operations were taken over by Tokyo Channel 12 Production.

In October 1973 Tokyo Channel 12 Production was renamed Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd. (株式会社東京12チャンネル, Kabushiki-gaisha Tōkyō Jūni-channeru); and shortened the channel's name to Tokyo Channel 12 (東京12チャンネル, Tōkyō Jūni-channeru), dropping "Science TV" from its name. A month later, it became a general purpose TV station along with Nihon Educational Television (NET; now TV Asahi).

In 1981, it was again renamed, this time to Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd. d/b/a TV Tokyo.

In 1983, TV Tokyo formed the Mega TON Network (now TXN) with TV Osaka, and Aichi Television Broadcasting. The company shifted its head offices from Shiba Park to Toranomon in December 1985. On June 25, 2004, the company assumed its current English name of TV Tokyo Corporation. After the digital transition, the channel began broadcasting on digital channel 7. On November 7, 2016, TV Tokyo moved its headquarters to new building at Sumitomo Fudosan Roppongi Grand Tower from its old studios in Toranomon. For its broadcast of animated programs, the network originally used a Circle 7-style logo.[citation needed] The current logo is a cartoon banana with eyes, a nose and a mouth which is bent into a 7, named Nanana (ナナナ).

Related companies[edit]

Broadcasting[edit]

Digital[edit]

  • Call sign: JOTX-DTV
  • Remote controller ID 7
  • Tokyo Skytree: Channel 23

Analog[edit]

Analog Transmission ceased on 24 July 2011.

  • Call sign: JOTX-TV
  • Tokyo Tower: Channel 12

Television programs

Television programs[edit]

  • TXN News
  • News Morning Satellite
  • E Morning
  • NEWS Answer
  • World Business Satellite
  • Yasuhiro Tase's Weekly News Bookstore田勢康弘の週刊ニュース新書

Economic programs[edit]

  • Nikkei special The Dawn of Gaia日経スペシャル ガイアの夜明け
  • Nikkei special The Cambria Palace日経スペシャル カンブリア宮殿

Documentary programs[edit]

  • Beauty giants美の巨人たち
  • Solomon flowソロモン流

Information programs[edit]

Daily
  • 7 Studio Bratch!
  • Ladies 4
Saturday
  • Ad-machick Tengoku出没!アド街ック天国

Sports programs[edit]

  • LPGA Of Japan
  • Neo Sports
  • Winning Horse racingウイニング競馬
  • UEFA Champions League
  • UEFA Europa League
Entrance

Anime[edit]

Variety programs[edit]

  • Kaiun Nandemo Kanteidan開運!なんでも鑑定団
  • Ariehen Worldありえへん∞世界
  • Yarisugi Kozyやりすぎコージー
  • Japanese General Honke和風総本家TV Osaka
  • Chokotto iikoto - Takashi Okamura & Hong Kong Happy project (ちょこっとイイコト~岡村ほんこんしあわせプロジェクト
  • George Tokoro's School is a place where I not tell所さんの学校では教えてくれないそこんトコロ!
  • Takeshi's Nippon no Mikataたけしのニッポンのミカタ!
  • Moya-Moya Summers 2モヤモヤさまぁ~ず2
  • Muscat Nightマスカットナイト
  • Weekly AKB週刊AKB
  • AKB Kousagi DojoAKB子兎道場
  • Valiety 7
    • OL saw dispatch!ハケンOLは見た!
    • Gokujou dikara極嬢ヂカラ
    • God-Tanゴッドタン
    • Kira-Kira Afroきらきらアフロ、TV Osaka)
    • Kudamaki Hachibei Xくだまき八兵衛X
  • Itao Roman
  • Ari-Kenアリケン
  • Shinsuke Minami DEKO-BOKO Daigakkou三波伸介の凸凹大学校
  • ASAYAN
  • You wa Nani shi ni Nippon He (YOUは何しに日本へ?)
  • Little Tokyo Live (リトルトーキョーライフ Ritorutōkyōraifu) every Wednesday, around midnight

Travel & gourmet programs[edit]

  • Ii-tabi Yume-Kibunいい旅・夢気分
  • Drive a GO! GO!
  • Saturday Special
  • Stay at the countryside?田舎に泊まろう!

Music programs[edit]

The headquarters building, called the Nikkei Denpa Kaikan
  • Japan Countdown
  • Enka no Hanamichi演歌の花道
  • Yan-yan Music studioヤンヤン歌うスタジオ

Movie & drama[edit]

Special programs[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Corporate Data Archived 2010-01-30 at the Wayback Machine." TV Tokyo. Retrieved on June 21, 2010.

External links[edit]