|Name||CHUKYO TV. BROADCASTING CO., LTD.|
|Location||4-60-11. Hiraike-cho, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
Maps and Directions
|Establishment||March 1, 1968|
|Launch of Broadcasting||April 1, 1969|
|Digital Transmission||Call letters: JOCH-DTV
Remote control key ID: 4ch
Output power: 3kW
|Description of Business||・TV broadcasting in accordance with the Broadcast Act.
・Production and sales of broadcast programs.
・Sales of publications and goods.
・Cultural and sports events.
・Any broadcast-related events.
・Service area: Aichi Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture and Mie Prefecture.
・Belongs to the Nippon Television Network Corporation group.
|CHUKYO TV GROUP Philosophy||Build confidence and empathy in the community, and contribute to the realization of an affluent society.|
|Corporate Slogan||To Your Heart.|
|Representative||Kimio Maruyama, Chairman
Yuji Iyoda, President
|Capital Fund||1.056 billion yen|
|Number of Employees||276 (As of Apr.,2023)|
|Population within the Service Area||11,146,267 (4,857,777households) as of May. 1, 2023|
|Branch Offices and Bureaus||Japan: Tokyo Office, Osaka Office, Toyohashi Bureau, Gifu Bureau and Mie Bureau
Overseas: Dispatched reporters to NNN Los Angeles and NNN China General Bureau (Beijing)
|Network||The Nippon Television Network Group consists of 29 NNS affiliate stations located throughout Japan.|
|1968||Mar.||Established as Chukyo UHF TV Broadcasting Co., Ltd.|
|1970||Apr.||Corporate name changed to CHUKYO TV. BROADCASTING CO., LTD.|
|1973||Apr.||Shifted from cross-network to Nippon Television Network group.|
|1978||Aug.||“24-Hour TELEVISION/ Love saves the Earth” started on the Nippon Television Network System.|
|1986||July||One of the world's top live entertainment shows, musical on ice, “Walt Disney's World On Ice” (“Disney On Ice” today) Japan tour started (hosted by CHUKYO TV).|
|1993||Apr.–Sep.||World's first synchronized screen image & live show “Tsumura Impulse George Lucas' Super Live Adventure” was presented. (Joint project of Nippon TV, Yomiuri TV and CHUKYO TV.)|
|2003||Dec.||Terrestrial digital broadcasting started.|
|2006||Apr.||Started 1seg broadcasting|
|2011||July||Completed transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting and end of analog broadcasting|
|2014||Dec.||Won the “triple crown” title of 2014 annual household viewer ratings (6a.m.–12a.m., 7p.m.–10p.m., 7p.m.–11p.m.) for the first time in 13 years.|
|2015||Mar.||Won the “triple crown” title of 2014 fiscal year household viewer ratings (6a.m.–12a.m., 7p.m.–10p.m., 7p.m.–11p.m.) for the first time in 14 years.|
|2016||Apr.||Established a new brand concept, "To Your Heart."|
|Nov.||Relocated Headquarters to the Sasashima Live area near Nagoya Station.|
|2019||Jun.||President Maruyama took office.
Okazaki Bureau closed.
|2020||Mar.||Launched “Locipo,” a video distribution service provided jointly by the four local TV stations based in Nagoya.|
|Nov.||Our programs, “Garakuta (Trash)” won the Grand Prize and “Bayartai” won the Runner-up Prize of the Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association Awards.|
|2021||Jan.||Joined the SDG Media Compact|
|Jun.||Our program, “Yummy! Cheap! Interesting! All-Japan Amazing Restaurant Grand Prix,” won the Grand Prize in the TV Entertainment category of the 47th Hoso Bunka Foundation Prize.|
|2022||May.||Launched “SDGs in Action,” a joint SDGs promotion project with four other local commercial TV stations based in Nagoya.|
|Oct.||Switched fully to carbon-free electricity at the Chukyo TV headquarters building.
Produced “BREAST CANCER CHECK BALL BOOK” as part of our breast cancer campaign, “SUSUME (Step Forward)” project.
|2023||Feb.||Opened Chukyo TV Total Drone School, “SORA MEDIA.”
Established SDGs policies and set “MIRAI NI OMOSHIRO IIKOTO (InterestinGood for the future)” as the slogan.
|Mar.||Held an SDGs week, “MIRAI NI OMOSHIRO IIKOTO (InterestinGood for the future)” week.|
|Jun.||Our program, “What are you going to do after this? Close coverage
– the end is a beginning” won the Grand Prize in the TV Entertainment category of the 49th Hoso Bunka Foundation Prize.