JOFV-FM
CityOsaka, Japan
Broadcast areaKansai region
Frequency80.2 MHz
Nose 78.3 MHz
BrandingFM802
Programming
FormatJ-pop/CHR/Funk
AffiliationsJapan FM League
Ownership
OwnerFM802 Co., Ltd.
FM Cocolo (2012-)[1]
History
First air date
June 1, 1989 (1989-06-01)
Technical information
Facility IDN/A
ERP10,000 Watts
Links
Webcasthttp://radiko.jp/#802
Websitefunky802.com

FM802 (エフエムはちまるに, Efu Emu Hachi Maru Ni) is a commercial radio station based at Daiwa Minami-morimachi Building in Tenjimbashi Nichome, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, broadcasting on 80.2 FM from Mount Iimori to Kansai region. As a late comer to the radio broadcasting market, it was a focal point for FM802 to differentiate from existing stations. Therefore, rather than featuring music promoted by the productions, they chose to air tunes of their choice in heavy rotation.[2] The station is considered the most popular among younger generation in Osaka.[3]

FM802 was founded in September 1988, going on air in June the following year, with the callsign of JOFV-FM. The station is a member of the smaller FM radio network in Japan, Japan FM League (JFL). It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.[4]

FM802's studios
FM802's studios

Navigators

Present

Former

Time signals

Notes

  1. ^ FM802 Company Outline
  2. ^ "Media Branding (メディアのブランディング)". The Asahi Shimbun (in Japanese). The Asahi Shimbun. February 2005. Archived from the original on January 30, 2007. Retrieved 2009-04-09.
  3. ^ Mitsui, Tōru; Shūhei Hosokawa (1998). Karaoke around the world. Routledge. p. 52. ISBN 0-415-16371-4.
  4. ^ [1] Sign-off announcement states: "We have reached the end of another broadcast day. FM802 will begin broadcasting again."
  5. ^ FM802 DJ Index

Coordinates: 34°41′52.13″N 135°30′40.78″E / 34.6978139°N 135.5113278°E / 34.6978139; 135.5113278