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Kansai Telecasting Corporation (関西テレビ放送株式会社 Kansai Terebi Hōsō Kabushiki Gaisha?, KTV), often called Kansai TV (関西テレビ Kansai-terebi?) or Kantele (関テレ?), is a TV station affiliated with Fuji News Network (FNN) and Fuji Network System (FNS) in Osaka, serving the Kansai region of Japan. Kansai TV is a company affiliated in Hankyu Hanshin Holdings Group of Hankyu Hanshin Toho Group.

Offices

  • the headquarters - 1-7, Ogimachi Nichome, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan
  • Tokyo Branch Office - Jiji Tsushin Building, 15-8, Ginza Gochome, Chūō, Tokyo, Japan
  • Nagoya Branch Station - Telepia, 14-25, Higashi-Sakura Itchome, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Japan

Advertising slogan

  • April, 1975: Stay tune, Channel 8. (チャンネルそのまま8チャンネル, Because Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc. (MBS) were exchanged; more details on the exchange in its own articles.)
  • 1994: Dash
  • 1995 - March, 1997: Peechiku-Park Station (ピーチクパークステーション, Hachiemon, the mascot character of Kansai TV, was born.)
  • April, 1997–Present : Kante-le (カンテーレ)

History of Kansai TV

  • February 1, 1958 - Dai Kansai TV Company (大関西テレビ放送株式会社) was founded.
  • July 5, 1958 - Dai Kansai TV was renamed "Kansai Telecasting Corporation", and started analog terrestrial telecasting on November 22.
  • 1959 - Kansai TV formed a TV network with Fuji TV, Tokai TV and Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting
  • 1964 - The affiliated station of the network in Fukuoka changed to TV Nishinippon.
  • 1966 - Fuji News Network (FNN) was formed.
  • 1970 - Fuji Network System (FNS) was formed.
  • 1982 - Kansai TV hosted the first Osaka Women's Marathon.
  • 1992 - Kansai TV opened Lemon Studio in Tokyo.
  • October 1, 1997 - Kansai TV moved the headquarters from Nishi-Temma, Kita-ku, Osaka to Ogimachi, Kita-ku, Osaka.
  • December 1, 2003 - Kansai TV started digital terrestrial telecasting.
  • July 24, 2011 - Analog terrestrial telecasting ended.

Broadcasting

Digital

JODX-DTV

  • Virtual: 8
  • Osaka (Mt. Ikoma) - Channel 17
Shiga Prefecture
  • Otsu, Hikone, Koka - Channel 17
  • Shigaraki - Channel 48
Kyōto Prefecture
  • Fukuchiyama, Maizuru, Miyazu, Mineyama, Kameoka - Channel 17
  • Yamashina - Channel 47
Osaka Prefecture
  • Kashiwara, Miksaki, Nose - Channel 17
Hyōgo Prefecture
  • Mt. Maya (Kobe), Himeji, Hokutan-Tarumi, Miki, Kasumi, Kinosaki, Tatsuno, Fukusaki, Nishiwaki, Sasayama, Hikami, Ako, Aioi, Kawanishi-Keyakizaka, Nantan - Channel 17
  • Inagawa - Channel 40
  • Ichijima - Channel 34
  • Yoka, Hidaka, Yamasaki - Channel 29
  • Nagata-ku, Myoho-ji - Channel 39
  • Kanzaki - Channel 44
Nara Prefecture
  • Tochihara - Channel 41
Wakayama Prefecture
  • Wakayama, Kinokawa, Kainan, Gobo, Kibi, Arida, Tanabe, Shimotsu, SHingu, Kushimoto - Channel 17
  • Hashimoto - Channel 44
  • Tanabe-kita, Minabegawa, Yura - Channel 48

Analog

  • as of the end of the broadcasting

JODX-TV

  • Osaka (Mt. Ikoma) and cities along Osaka Bay - Channel 8
Shiga Prefecture
  • Otsu - Channel 40
  • Shigaraki - Channel 37
  • Koka - Channel 59
  • Hikone - Channel 60
Kyoto Prefecture
  • Yamashina, Kyoto - Channel 58
  • Kameoka - Channel 37
  • Fukuchiyama - Channel 60
  • Maizuru - Channel 59
Osaka Prefecture
  • Hirakata - Channel 57
  • Kashiwara - Channel 58
  • Miksaki - Channel 58
Hyōgo Prefecture
  • Kobe - Channel 43
  • Himeji - Channel 60
  • Nishinomiya-Yamaguchi - Channel 59
  • Toyooka - Channel 60
  • Kasumi - Channel 37
Nara Prefecture
  • Ikoma-Asukano - Channel 39
  • Gojo - Channel 37
  • Yoshino - Channel 38
Wakayama Prefecture
  • Wakayama - Channel 46
  • Gobo - Channel 59
  • Kinokawa - Channel 59
  • Kainan - Channel 60
  • Hashimoto - Channel 29
  • Arida - Channel 39
  • Kushimoto - Channel 59
  • Shingu - Channel 40

Programs (Times in JST)

News

Every Sunday morning
  • KTV News (KTVニュース) - from 6:00 a.m. until 6:15 a.m.
Before noon
  • FNN Speak (FNNスピーク) - from 11:30 a.m. until noon on weekdays and from 11:45 a.m. until noon on Saturdays
  • KTV News (KTVニュース) - from 11:50 a.m. until noon on Sundays
In the evening
  • FNN Supernews Anchor (FNNスーパーニュースANCHOR) - from 4:54 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on weekdays
  • FNN Supernews WEEKEND (FNNスーパーニュースWEEKEND) - from 5:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. every weekend
Before 9 p.m.
  • KTV News Flash (KTVニュースフラッシュ) - from 8:54 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. every day (Regularly news from Tokyo, sometimes news from Osaka)

Information

  • Ready, Go! (よ~いドン!)
  • Hapi-kuru! (Happiness is on its way!) (ハピくるっ!)
  • Niji Iro Jean (にじいろジーン)
  • Momoko no Oh! Sore! Miyo! (モモコのOH!ソレ!み~よ!)

Variety shows

  • SMAP×SMAP (read: smap smap) - collaboration with Fuji TV
  • Catherine (キャサリン) → Catherine III (キャサリン三世)
  • Takajin Mune Ippai (たかじん胸いっぱい)
  • Uramayo (ウラマヨ)
  • Samma no Mamma (さんまのまんま)
  • R-1 Grand Prix
  • Hakkutsu! Aru-aru Dai-Jiten → Hakkutsu! Aru-aru Dai-Jiten II (発掘!あるある大事典→発掘!あるある大事典II)(end)
  • Nambo de Nambo (ナンボ DE なんぼ) (end)
  • Gout Temps Series (グータンシリーズ) (end)

Dramas produced by Kansai TV

  • 27 FNS stations from 10 p.m. until 10:54 p.m. on Tuesdays
  • Current: Ghostly Girl (幽かな彼女?)
See the Official website for the current TV drama.
In past (10 p.m. on Tuesdays)
  • Great Teacher Onizuka (GTO)
  • HUNTER ~Sono Onna-tachi, Shoukin Kasegi~ (HUNTER〜その女たち、賞金稼ぎ〜? International title: HUNTER ~Women After Reward Money~) (starring Ryoko Yonekura, shown on FNS stations including Fuji TV)
  • Ii hito. (いいひと。? lit. A Good Parson)
  • Sommelier (ソムリエ?)
  • Boku no Ikiru Michi (僕の生きる道? lit. My way to live)
  • Boku to Kanojo to Kanojo no Ikiru michi (僕と彼女と彼女の生きる道? lit. My, her, and her way to live)
  • At Home Dad (アットホーム・ダッド?)
  • Ganbatte Ikimasshoi (がんばっていきまっしょい?) (wholly produced by Kansai TV)
  • Oniyome Nikki (鬼嫁日記?)
  • Unfair (アンフェア?)
  • Busu no Hitomi ni Koishiteru (ブスの瞳に恋してる? lit. I can't Take My Eyes off the Unpretty) (wholly produced by Kansai TV)
  • Kekkon Dekinai Otoko (結婚できない男? lit. The Man who cannot marry)
  • Boku no Aruku Michi (僕の歩く道? lit. My way to walk)
  • Himitsu no Hanazono (ヒミツの花園?)
  • Oniyome Nikki Ii Yu dana (鬼嫁日記 いい湯だな?)
  • Love & Farm (牛に願いを~Love & Farm~?) (wholly produced by Kansai TV)
  • Monster Parent (モンスターペアレント?)
  • Real Clothes (リアル・クローズ?) (wholly produced by Kansai TV) - based on the manga "Real Clothes" by Satoru Makimura
  • Utsukushiki Rinjin (美しき隣人? lit. The Beautiful Neighbor)
  • Good Life (グッドライフ〜ありがとう、パパ。さよなら〜?) (wholly produced by Kansai TV) - based on the novel "Good Life" by Cho Chang-In
  • Team Batista Series (チーム・バチスタシリーズ?)
  • Hungry! (ハングリー!?)
  • Me, Becoming a Doctor at Age 37 (37歳で医者になった僕?) (wholly produced by Kansai TV)
  • "Saki" (サキ?) (with MMJ)

and more...

Special
  • The Silence of Nightingale (ナイチンゲールの沈黙?)

Sports

Other Broadcasting stations in the Kansai area

Radio and TV

TV only

Radio only

See also


External Links

  • [www.ktv.jp/en/ Official website]

References


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