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Japan FM League

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The Japan FM League (JFL; Japanese: ジャパン エフエム リーグ) is a Japanese commercial radio network. It is organised by J-Wave and was established on 1 October 1993.

JFL's main ideal is to respect the operation of each of its affiliates, letting each affiliate flourish under its own terms. The network is a co-operative, with each affiliate offering its resources when useful. So, for example, when J-Wave wants to air a concert or ask for interviews when a group tours in Nagoya, it can easily borrow the studios of Zip FM (the JFL affiliate there) to help produce what's needed.

List of affiliates

Broadcasting area(s) Station Frequency Start date of
Prefecture(s) Region On air branding Call sign
Hokkaidō FM North Wave JOPV-FM 82.5 MHz 1 August 1993
Tokyo[1] Kantō J-Wave JOAV-FM 81.3 MHz 1 October 1988
Aichi Chūbu Zip FM JOQV-FM 77.8 MHz 1 October 1993
Osaka Kansai FM802 JOFV-FM 80.2 MHz 1 June 1989
Fukuoka Kyūshū Cross FM JORV-FM 78.7 MHz 1 September 1993 Operated by old management (FM Kyushu Co., Ltd.) until 30 June 2008; took over by new company (Cross FM Co., Ltd.) since 1 July 2008

Former affiliate station

Broadcasting area(s) Station Frequency Years of
Prefecture Region On air branding Call sign
Niigata Chūbu FM Port JOWV-FM 79.0 MHz 2000–2020 Ceased operation on 30 June 2020


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  1. ^ Banerjee, Indrajit; Stephen Logan, eds. (2008). Asian Communication Handbook 2008. AMIC. p. 240. ISBN 978-981-4136-10-5.

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