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San-in Chūō Television Broadcasting

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Subject: Broadcasting System of San-in, Fuji News Network, Fuji Network System, Tsk, Okayama Broadcasting
Collection: Fuji News Network, Media in Matsue, Shimane, Television Channels and Stations Established in 1970, Television Stations in Japan
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San-in Chūō Television Broadcasting

San-in Chūō Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (TSK, 山陰中央テレビジョン放送株式会社), formerly Shimane Broadcasting (島根放送株式会社), is a TV station of Fuji News Network (FNN) and Fuji Network System (FNS) that broadcasts in the Shimane Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture.


  • The head office 1
  • channel 2
    • Analog 2.1
    • Digital 2.2
  • Programs 3
  • External links 4

The head office

  • 721, Nishi-Kawatsucho, Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, Japan



  • Matsue JOMI-TV 34Ch
  • Tottori 24Ch
  • Kurayoshi 58Ch
  • Hamada 58Ch
  • Ota 57Ch
  • Masuda 42Ch
  • Gotsu 42Ch
  • Okinoshima 47Ch
  • Kisuki Mitoya(un'nan city) 57Ch
  • Misumi 44Ch etc...


  • Matsue JOMI-DTV 43Ch
  • Tottori 36Ch


External links

  • Official website of San-in Chūō TV (Japanese)
TV station in ChūgokuShikoku
Tottori Tottori NKT BSS TSK
Shimane Matsue
Hiroshima Hiroshima HTV RCC TSS HOME
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi KRY tys yab
Okayama Okayama RNC RSK OHK KSB TSC
Kagawa Takamatsu
Tokushima Tokushima JRT
Ehime Matsuyama RNB ITV EBC eat
Kōchi Kōchi RKC KUTV KSS

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