JOOY-DTV, virtual channel 4 (UHF digital channel 16), branded as MBS TV (MBSエムビーエステレビ, Emubīesu Terebī) (formerly Mainichi Broadcasting System Television (毎日放送テレビ, Mainichi Hōsō Terebi) until 23 July 2011), is the Kansai region key station of the Japan News Network, owned by Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc.

JOOY-DTV
Mainichi Broadcasting System logo.svg
Osaka, Kansai region
Japan
ChannelsDigital: 16 (UHF)
Virtual: 4 (041)
BrandingMBS TV
Programming
Subchannels042, 043
AffiliationsJapan News Network (JNN)
Ownership
OwnerMainichi Broadcasting System, Inc.
History
FoundedDecember 27, 1950
First air date
March 1, 1959
Former call signs
JOOR-TV (1959-2011)
JOOR-DTV (2003-2021)
Former channel number(s)
Analog:
4 (VHF, 1959–2011)
All-Nippon News Network (ANN) (1959–1975)
Technical information
Licensing authority
MIC
ERP25 kW
Transmitter coordinates34°40′41.80″N 135°40′41″E / 34.6782778°N 135.67806°E / 34.6782778; 135.67806 (MBS Ikoma Analog TV Transmitter) (analog)
34°40′38.01″N 135°40′44.27″E / 34.6772250°N 135.6789639°E / 34.6772250; 135.6789639 (MBS Ikoma Digital TV Transmitter) (digital)
Links
Websitewww.mbs.jp (in Japanese)

HistoryEdit

See Mainichi Broadcasting System#History of MBS.

AvailabilityEdit

AnalogEdit

Analog broadcasting ceased in 2011.
JOOR-TV

DigitalEdit

JOOY-DTV (previously JOOR-DTV)
  • Mt. Ikoma: Channel 16 (Remote controller button: 4)

Programs (Times in JST)Edit

TVEdit

News
  • MBS News (MBSニュース)
  • VOICE – Weekday news program in the Kansai region
Information
  • Chichin Puipui (ちちんぷいぷい) – only on MBS from 14:55 until 17:45 on weekdays
  • Shittoko! (知っとこ!) – nationalcast from 8:00 until 9:25 on Saturdays
  • Seyanen! (せやねん!) – only on MBS from 9:25 until 12:54 on Saturdays
Food and variety
  • Maki's Magic Restaurant (水野真紀の魔法のレストラン) – on MBS from 18:55 on Mondays
Nationalcast variety
  • Scoop by Japanese Wives in the World (世界の日本人妻は見た!) – nationalcast from 19:56 on Tuesdays
  • Pressure Battle (使える芸能人は誰だ!?プレッシャーバトル) – nationalcast from 19:00 on Thursdays
  • En-Pare (エンパレ) – nationalcast from 22:00 on Sundays
  • Past program
Midnight variety
  • Akashiya TV (痛快!明石家電視台) – on MBS from 23:58 on Mondays
  • Gobugobu (ごぶごぶ) – on MBS from 23:58 on Tuesdays
  • Rokemitsu -the World- (3 On-Location Travels, ロケみつ ザ・ワールド) – on MBS, BSN, BSS, KUTV and RKK from 23:58 on Thursdays, also on CBC, RSK, OBS, ITV, TBS and UTY on different days
Documentary
  • Jonetsu-Tairiku (情熱大陸) – nationalcast from 23:00 on Sundays, presented by Asahi Breweries and Mazda
  • Video Documentary Kanasi (映像) – only on MBS in midnight on the 3rd Sunday every month (from 24:50)
Dramas produced by MBS
  • Dorama 30 (– September 2008)
    • Inochino Gembakara (いのちの現場からシリーズ)
    • Ya, Ku, So, Ku (ヤ・ク・ソ・ク)
    • Designer (デザイナー)
    • The Daughter at the Public Sento!? (銭湯の娘!?)
    • Gakincho~Return Kids~ (がきんちょ ~リターン・キッズ~), etc.
  • Hirudora (November 2008 – March 2009)
    • Panda is coming to town (パンダが町にやってくる)
    • Ochaberi (おちゃべり)
  • Friday midnight drama (2009–2010)
  • Thursday midnight drama 1 (2010–2011)
    • Akechi the Third (三代目明智小五郎〜今日も明智が殺される〜)
    • Dohyo Girl! (土俵ガール!)
    • Ushijima the Loan Shark (闇金ウシジマくん)
    • Quartet (カルテット)
  • Saturday midnight drama (2011)
  • Thursday midnight drama 2 (2011–)
    • Shinya Shokudō 2 (深夜食堂2)
    • Kazoku Hakkei – Nanase, Telepathy Girl's Ballad (家族八景 Nanase, Telepathy Girl's Ballad)
    • Kids Police (コドモ警察)
  • Special
    • Sen no Rikyū (千利休) (1990) – 40th anniversary
    • Message -The Commercial Message Director Toshi Sugiyama- (メッセージ〜伝説のCMディレクター・杉山登志〜) (2005) - 55th anniversary, presented by Shiseido
    • Toilet no Kamisama (トイレの神様) (2011) - 60th anniversary, mainly presented by INAX
    • Hanayome no Chichi (花嫁の父, lit. "Bride's father") (2012) - 60th anniversary
    • RUN60 (2012) (Wednesdays 26:30 JST (02:30 AM) to 27:00 JST (03:00 AM)) - Produced and presented by Universal Music Japan, based on the short film of the same title[1]
Anime
Sport

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "RUN60". Universal Music Japan. Archived from the original on 2012-06-15. Retrieved 2012-07-20.

External linksEdit