Corporate Profile

Corporate Introduction

We are a terrestrial digital television station as member of NIKKEI Newspaper Inc.group as well as a sub-key station of TV TOKYO Corporation Network. We specialize in live sports such as famous professional baseball teams and live broadcasts like well-known local festivals and fireworks festival. We have always been nominated major awards such as The Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association in documentaries on Asian subjects and on variety shows on Japanese culture. Not only that, we are producing a variety of programs for casual travel programs such as Osaka,Kyoto,Kobe,Hiroshima authentic fishing programs, science programs for children, animation, dramas, and news. Other than TV shows, we have been committed to event business to host " Osaka Motor Show", investment in theater movies such as "Pokémon the Movie", popular TV character that a favorite Local savory snack mascot "Takoyaki " and content business related to Shiba dog mascot “Mamesuke” in TV program.

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The History of Television Osaka

Company Name
Television Osaka, Inc.
Capital
JPY1,000,000,000
Established
January 23, 1981
Commenced Broadcasting
March 1, 1982(Analogue Broadcasting)
December 1, 2003(Digital Broadcasting)
* Analog TV broadcasting ended on July 24, 2011
Broadcasting Station Name
Television Osaka JOBH-DTV
Channel
UHF18 channel/Digital 7 channel on TV remote control
Power
1kW
Frequency
503.142857MHz
Transmitting Station
Ikoma:2031-4,Yamate-chō, Higashi-Osaka City
Relay Stations
Hirakata, Taishikanan, Kashiwara, Ikeda, Toyono Yoshikawa, Nakanose, Nishinose, Misaki Fuke(8stations)
Minisatellite Stations
Kawachinaganokiyomidai, HirakataSonenji, Kawachinaganoteramoto, Amami, Kaizukkotsumi(5stations)
Representative
President and Representative Director Nobuyuki Tanaka
Numbers of Employees
157 (126males/31females) (as of April 1, 2018)
Track Record
[Net sales] JPY13,999,000,000 [Ordinary income] JPY1,168,000,000
(Fiscal year ending March 2018)
Head Office
1-2-18 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 540-0008, Japan
TEL +81-6-6947-7777(Main) FAX +81-6-6946-9796(General Affairs/Accounting Division)
Tokyo Branch Office
NBF Higashi-Ginza Square 6F, 1-13-14,Tsukiji, Chuo-ku,Tokyo,104-0045, Japan
TEL +81-3-3543-7777(Main) FAX +81-3-3545-2970
Nagoya Branch Office
Nikkei Nagoya Office Bldg.6F,4-16-33, Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya,Aichi, 460-0008 Japan
TEL +81-52-242-1738(Main) FAX +81-52-262-1356
Kyushu Branch Office
5F,2-16-1, Hakataekihigashi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8666,Japan
TEL +81-92-477-5610 FAX +81-92-477-5612
Affiliated Company
■Television Osaka Service, Inc.
Head Office: 1-2-15 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 540-0008, Japan
TEL+81-6-6947-1933 FAX+81-6-6947-7228
Tokyo branch office: NBF Higashi-Ginza Square 6F, 1-13-14,Tsukiji,Chuo-ku,Tokyo,
104-0045, Japan
TEL+81-3-6264-3771

■Television Osaka System, Inc.
Head Office: 1-2-18 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 540-0008, Japan
TEL +81-6-4791-0101 Fax +81-6-6947-1521

■TAKE-ONE.Co.Ltd
Head Office: Otemae Center Bldg. 4F,1-2-15 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka,
540-0008, Japan
TEL +81-6-6944-7577 (Main) FAX +81-6-6946-0951
TEL +81-6-6946-1219 (Sales Department)
Otemae Center Bldg. 10F
TEL +81-6-6944-2941 (Production Division) FAX +81-6-6946-0620
Senri Head Office 2-15-9,Kamishinden,Toyonaka-City,Osaka,560-0085,Japan
TEL +81-6-6833-9360 (Engineering Division) FAX +81-6-6831-4491
Tokyo Head Office 7F,6-1-8,Sotokanda,Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo,101-0021,Japan
TEL +81-3-3836-1138 FAX +81-3-3836-1139
Hukuoka Head Office 2-16-1, Hakataekihigashi,Hakata-ku,Fukuoka,812-8666,Japan
TEL +81-92-476-3001 FAX +81-92-476-3002

■Television Osaka Expro Inc
Head Office: Otemae Center Bldg. 9F,1-2-15 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka,
540-0008, Japan
TEL +81-6-6944-9914 FAX +81-6-6944-9912

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The History of Television Osaka

1981
Established Television Osaka, Inc.
1982
Began operations as broadcasting station (Commenced broadcasts with Multichannel Television Sound)
1987
Commenced Teletext Broadcasting
1997
Commenced Data Broadcasting (Inter-text vision)
2003
Commenced Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting
2006
Commenced One-Seg service for mobile devices
2011
Full transition to terrestrial digital broadcasting

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