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Niigata Sogo Television

JONH-(D)TV
Niigata, Niigata
Branding Niigata Sogo Television
Slogan Motto, Iiyume.
Channels Analog: 35 (1968-2011)
Digital: 8
(Remote control key ID:8)
Affiliations Fuji News Network
Owner Niigata Sogo Television Inc.
First air date December 16, 1968
Call letters' meaning Niigata Hoso (Japanese name for BSN)
Website www.nsttv.com/
Niigata Sogo Television Inc.
株式会社新潟総合テレビ
Type Business corporation
Industry Television network
Founded December 16, 1968
Headquarters Niigata, Japan

Niigata Sogo Television Inc. (株式会社新潟総合テレビ Kabushikigaisha Niigata Sogo Television, NST) is a TV station affiliated with Fuji News Network (FNN) and Fuji Network System (FNS) in Niigata, Niigata. It is broadcast in Niigata Prefecture. Established 1968/12/16.

TV channel

Digital Television

  • Yahiko 19ch JONH-DTV 3kW

Tandem office

  • Takada 25ch
  • Mikawa 43ch
  • Tsunan-Kamigō 18ch, 24ch
  • Koide 28ch
  • Kanose 19ch
  • Itoigawa-Ōno 18ch
  • Tsunan 43ch
  • Ryōtsu 31ch
  • Aikawa 30ch
  • Yamato 34ch
  • Takachi 17ch
  • Arai 45ch
  • Murakami 25ch
  • Sotokaifu 24ch
  • Yuzawa 19ch
  • Tsunan-Tanaka 19ch
  • Sumon 34ch
  • Muramatsu 43ch

Other

Program

External links

  • The official website of Niigata Sogo Television (Japanese)
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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