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NHK Educational TV

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NHK Educational TV
NHKEテレロゴ2020-.png
Launched10 January 1959
Owned byNHK
Picture format480i (4:3 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
CountryJapan
Broadcast areaNational
HeadquartersNHK Broadcasting Center, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Websitehttp://www.nhk.or.jp/e-tele/
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrialChannel 2 (Tokyo)
Streaming media
NHK OfficialWatch Live

NHK Educational TV (NHK教育テレビジョン, NHK Kyōiku terebijon) is the second television service of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation). It is a sister service of NHK General TV, showing programs of a more educational, cultural or intellectual nature, periodically also showing anime, and also airing programming from Nickelodeon. A similar counterpart would be the Public Broadcasting Service of the United States (or to a lesser extent BBC Two and BBC Four of the UK).[1] NHK displays a watermark "NHK E" at the upper right for its digital TV broadcast.[2] In 2010, NHK began using the abbreviation E Tele (Eテレ, Ī Tere). Since march 2020, NHK using new logo and display watermark "NHK E"

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Transcription

NHK domestic stations and Radio 2 / ETV services

Region Station Radio 2 Educational TV (analog; closed) Educational TV (digital) Prefecture
Call sign Ch. Call sign
Hokkaidō Sapporo JOIB JOIB-TV 12 JOIB-DTV Ishikari, Shiribeshi and Sorachi Subprefectures
Hakodate JOVB JOVB-TV 10 JOVB-DTV Oshima and Hiyama Subprefectures
Asahikawa JOCC JOCC-TV 2 JOCC-DTV Kamikawa, Rumoi and Sōya Subprefectures
Obihiro JOOC JOOC-TV 12 JOOC-DTV Tokachi Subprefecture
Kushiro JOPC JOPC-TV 2 JOPC-DTV Kushiro and Nemuro Subprefectures
Kitami JOKD JOKD-TV 12 JOKD-DTV Abashiri Subprefecture
Muroran JOIZ JOIZ-TV 2 JOIZ-DTV Iburi and Hidaka Subprefectures
Tōhoku Aomori JOTC JOTC-TV 5 JOTC-DTV Aomori
Akita JOUB JOUB-TV 2 JOUB-DTV Akita
Yamagata JOJC JOJC-TV 4 JOJC-DTV Yamagata
Morioka JOQC JOQC-TV 8 JOQC-DTV Iwate
Sendai JOHB JOHB-TV 5 JOHB-DTV Miyagi
Fukushima JOFD JOFD-TV 2 JOFD-DTV Fukushima
KantōKōshin'etsu Tokyo JOAB JOAB-TV
(Tokyo)
3 JOAB-DTV
(Tokyo)
Tokyo
Yokohama -- 3 Kanagawa
Chiba -- 3 Chiba
Saitama -- 3 Saitama
Maebashi -- 3 Gunma
Utsunomiya -- 3 Tochigi
Mito -- 3 Ibaraki
Kōfu JOKC JOKC-TV 3 JOKC-DTV Yamanashi
Nagano JONB JONB-TV 9 JONB-DTV Nagano
Niigata JOQB JOQB-TV 12 JOQB-DTV Niigata
TōkaiHokuriku Toyama JOIC JOIC-TV 10 JOIC-DTV Toyama
Kanazawa JOJB JOJB-TV 8 JOJB-DTV Ishikawa
Fukui JOFC JOFC-TV 3 JOFC-DTV Fukui
Shizuoka JOPB JOPB-TV 2 JOPB-DTV Shizuoka
Nagoya JOCB JOCB-TV
(Nagoya)
9 JOCB-DTV
(Nagoya)
Aichi
Gifu -- 9 Gifu
Tsu -- 9 Mie
Kansai Osaka JOBB JOBB-TV
(Osaka)
12 JOBB-DTV
(Osaka)
Osaka
Kōbe -- 12 Hyōgo
Kyōto -- 12 Kyōto
Ōtsu -- 12 Shiga
Nara -- 12 Nara
Wakayama -- 12 Wakayama
Chūgoku Tottori JOLC JOLC-TV 4 JOLC-DTV Tottori
Matsue JOTB JOTB-TV 12 JOTB-DTV Shimane
Okayama JOKB JOKB-TV 3 JOKB-DTV Okayama
Hiroshima JOFB JOFB-TV 7 JOFB-DTV Hiroshima
Yamaguchi JOUC JOUC-TV 1 JOUC-DTV Yamaguchi
Shikoku Tokushima -- JOXB-TV 38 JOXB-DTV Tokushima
Takamatsu JOHD JOHD-TV 39 JOHD-DTV Kagawa
Matsuyama JOZB JOZB-TV 2 JOZB-DTV Ehime
Kōchi JORB JORB-TV 6 JORB-DTV Kōchi
Kyūshū-Okinawa Fukuoka JOLB JOLB-TV 6 JOLB-DTV Fukuoka (Western)
Kitakyūshū JOSB JOSB-TV 12 JOSB-DTV Fukuoka (Eastern)/Yamaguchi (Shimonoseki)
Saga -- JOSD-TV 40 JOSD-DTV Saga
Nagasaki JOAC JOAC-TV 1 JOAC-DTV Nagasaki
Kumamoto JOGB JOGB-TV 2 JOGB-DTV Kumamoto
Ōita JOID JOID-TV 12 JOID-DTV Ōita
Miyazaki JOMC JOMC-TV 12 JOMC-DTV Miyazaki
Kagoshima JOHC JOHC-TV 5 JOHC-DTV Kagoshima
Naha JOAD JOAD-TV 12 JOAD-DTV Okinawa

References

  1. ^ Blumenthal, Howard J.; Goodenough, Oliver R. This Business of Television. Billboard Books. p. 480. ISBN 9780823077632.
  2. ^ Tay, Jinna; Turner, Graeme. Television Histories in Asia: Issues and Contexts. Routledge. p. 221. ISBN 9781135008079.
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