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Akita Broadcasting System

Akita Broadcasting System, headquarters

Akita Broadcasting System, Inc. (ABS, 株式会社秋田放送) is a Japanese broadcaster in Akita Prefecture. Its radio station is affiliated with Japan Radio Network (JRN) and National Radio Network (NRN), and its TV station is affiliated with Nippon News Network (NNN) and Nippon TV Network System (NNS).

Contents

  • The Headquarters 1
  • Channels 2
    • Radio 2.1
    • Analog TV 2.2
    • Digital TV(ID:4) 2.3
  • Programs 3
    • Radio 3.1
    • TV 3.2
  • Item 4
  • Rival Stations 5
  • External links 6

The Headquarters

  • 7-9-42 San-no,Akita city Akita Japan. 010-8611
  • Tel. +81-18-824-8533 (Main desk)

Channels

Radio

ABS Radio

  • Akita 936 kHz JOTR
  • Odate 1557 kHz JOTE
  • Asamai(Yokote) 1485 kHz JOTO
  • Kazuno 801 kHz
  • Honjo 1557 kHz

Analog TV

JOTR-TV - ABS Television

  • Akita 11Ch
  • Odate 6Ch
  • Honjo 10Ch
  • etc...

Digital TV(ID:4)

JOTR-DTV - ABS Digital Television

  • Akita(Main Station) 17ch
  • Omagari 25ch
  • Odate 17ch

Programs

Radio

  • Asadori Wide Akitabin
  • Gokujo Radio
  • Fureai Request etc...

TV

  • Yudoki
  • NNN News Realtime Akita etc...

Item

  • Akita Sakigake Shimpo

Rival Stations

External links

  • ABS HomePage
  • Akita Broadcasting System on Facebook
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