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Hokkaido Television Broadcasting

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JOHH-DTV
Chūō-ku, Sapporo
ChannelsAnalog: 35
Digital: 23 (LCN:6)
BrandingHTB-6
Programming
AffiliationsAll-Nippon News Network
Ownership
OwnerHokkaido Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
History
First air date
November 3, 1968
Call sign meaning
JO
Hokkaidō Terebi Hōsō
(native name)
Links
Websitehttp://www.htb.co.jp/

Hokkaido Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (北海道テレビ放送株式会社, Hokkaidō Terebi Hōsō Kabushikigaisha, HTB) is a TV station in Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan. It is affiliated with All-Nippon News Network (ANN) and TV Asahi Network.

About HTB

Former headquarters until September 17, 2018.
Former headquarters until September 17, 2018.
  • Head office: Sapporo Sosei Square, 1-chōme-6, Kita 1 Jōnishi, Chuō-ku, Sapporo, Japan
  • Date and year founded: December 1, 1967
  • Date and year started broadcasting: November 3, 1968
  • Callsign for analog television broadcasting: JOHH-TV
  • Callsign for digital television broadcasting: JOHH-DTV
  • Mascot: Kunta kun (くん太くん, August 1, 1979 - November 30, 1997)→on chan (onちゃん, December 1, 1997 -)

Stations

Analog Stations (as of July 24, 2011 end date)

  • Sapporo - Channel 35
  • Asahikawa - Channel 39
  • Hakodate - Channel 35
  • Muroran - Channel 39
  • Obihiro - Channel 34
  • Abashiri - Channel 35
  • Kitami - Channel 61
  • Kushiro - Channel 39

Analog shutdown controversy

On July 24, 2011, this station gained local attention when it played the song Time to Say Goodbye repeatedly after analog broadcasts ended at noon. The MIC usually does not allow vocal music to be played on most stations' analog shutdown warnings. [1]

Digital Stations

  • Button: 6
  • Sapporo - Channel 23
  • Asahikawa - Channel 14
  • Hakodate - Channel 23
  • Muroran - Channel 20
  • Obihiro - Channel 23
  • Abashiri - Channel 20
  • Kitami - Channel 31
  • Kushiro - Channel 36

Programs

Rival stations

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