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Fukui Television Broadcasting

JOFI-(D)TV
Fukui, Fukui
Branding Fukui Television Broadcasting
Channels Analog: 39
Digital: 22
(Remote control key ID:8)
Affiliations Fuji News Network
Owner Fukui Television Broadcasting Co,Ltd.
First air date October 1, 1969
Website fukui-tv.co.jp
Fukui Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
福井テレビジョン放送 株式会社
Type Business corporation
Industry Television network
Founded October 1, 1969
Headquarters Fukui, Japan

Fukui Television Broadcasting Co,Ltd. (福井テレビジョン放送 株式会社 Fukui Terebijon Hōsō Kabushikigaisha, FTB), doing business as Fukui TV (福井テレビ Fukui Terebi), is a Japanese terrestrial commercial television broadcasting company headquartered in Fukui, Japan. The company was established on October 1, 1969. Fukui TV is a member of Fuji News Network - Fuji Network System keyed by Fuji Television.

TV channel

Digital Television

  • Fukui 22ch 1 kW JOFI-DTV

Tandem office

  • Ōno 42ch 10W
  • Katsuyama 30ch 3W
  • Tsuruga 26ch 10W
  • Obama 31ch 10W
  • Mihama 26ch 10W
  • Kaminaka 33ch 3W
  • Mikuni 31ch 3W
  • Sabae-Kawada 42ch 1W
  • Takefu-minami 32ch 1W

Program

External links

  • Official website Fukui Television (Japanese)
  • Fukui Television Broadcasting at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
TV station in Chūbu
Prefectures NHK NNN JNN FNN ANN TXN JAITS
Niigata Niigata TeNY BSN NST UX
Nagano Nagano TSB SBC NBS abn
Yamanashi Kōfu YBS UTY
Shizuoka Shizuoka SDT SBS SUT SATV
Aichi Nagoya CTV CBC THK NBN TVA
Mie Tsu MTV
Gifu Gifu GBS
Toyama Toyama KNB TUT BBT
Ishikawa Kanazawa KTK MRO ITC HAB
Fukui Fukui FBC FTB (FBC)


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