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NHK Educational TV
CountryJapan
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersNHK Broadcasting Center, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Programming
Language(s)Japanese
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to letterboxed 480i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerNHK
History
Launched10 January 1959
Links
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), abbreviated on-screen as NHK E, 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 PBS (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).

Programs

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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. (2006). This Business of Television. Billboard Books. p. 480. ISBN 9780823077632.
  2. ^ Tay, Jinna; Turner, Graeme (24 July 2015). Television Histories in Asia: Issues and Contexts. Routledge. p. 221. ISBN 9781135008079.