|Fuji TV logo.|
|Slogan||HAVE YOUR MEASURE, because kikkake is Fuji TV. (HAVE YOUR MEASURE きっかけは、フジテレビ。)|
|Channels|| Analog: JOCX-TV, Ch 8|
Digital: JOCX-DTV, Ch 21 (ID: 8)
|Owner||Fuji News Network|
Template:Nihongo Template:Tyo is a Japanese television network based in Odaiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It is known as Template:Nihongo or CX. It is the flagship TV station of Fuji News Network (FNN) and Template:Nihongo or FNS. It also has a relationship with Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.
The headquarters is located at 2-4-8, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan(See picture to left). The Kansai office is found at Aqua Dojima East, Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. The Nagoya office is found at Telepia, Higashi-sakura, Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Japan.
History of Fuji TV
On November 18, 1951, Fuji Television was founded. On March 1, 1959, Fuji TV started TV broadcasting, and made a network with Tokai TV, Kansai TV and Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting in June. In October, 1966, a news network of exchanging news with local stations with the name of FNN (Fuji News Network) was formed. On April 1, 1986, the logo mark was changed (Channel 8 → Medama). On March 10, 1997, the headquarters moved from Kawadacho, Shinjuku-ku to Odaiba, Minato-ku.
JOCX-TV - Fuji Television Analog (フジテレビジョン・アナログ)
- Tokyo Tower - Channel 8
- Tokyo bottom
- hachioji - Channel 31
- Tama - Channel 57
- Islands in Tokyo
- Chichijima - Channel 57
- Hahajima - Channel 58
- Ibaraki Prefecture
- Mito - Channel 38
- Hitachi - Channel 58
- Tochigi Prefecture
- Utsunomiya - Channel 57
- Gunma Prefecture
- Maebashi - Channel 58
- Saitama Prefecture
- Chichibu - Channel 29
- Chiba Prefecture
- Narita - Channel 57
- Tateyama - Channel 58
- Kanagawa Prefecture
- Yokohama-minato - Channel 58
- Yokosuka-Kurihama - Channel 37
- Hiratsuka - Channel 39
- Okinawa Prefecture
- Kita-Daito - Channel 46
- Minami-Daito - Channel 58
JOCX-DTV - Fuji Digital Television (フジデジタルテレビジョン)
- Remote controller ID 8
- Tokyo Tower - Channel 21
- Mito - Channel 19
- Utsunomiya - Channel 35
- Maebashi - Channel 42
- Hiratsuka - Channel 21
- Headquartered in Osaka, broadcast in the Kansai area: Kansai TV, Analog Channel 8, Digital Channel 17 [ID: 8]
- Headquartered in Nagoya, broadcast in the Chukyo area: Tokai TV, Analog Channel 1, Digital Channel 21 [ID: 1]
- Headquartered in Sapporo, broadcast in Hokkaidō: Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting, Analog Channel 27, Digital Channel 25 [ID: 8]
- Headquartered in Nagano, broadcast in Nagano Prefecture: Nagano Broadcasting Systems, Analog Channel 38, Digital Channel 15 [ID: 8]
- Headquartered in Naha, broadcast in Okinawa Prefecture: Okinawa Television, Analog Channel 8, Digital Channel 15 [ID: 8]
This channel broadcasts or has broadcasted the Japanese versions (i.e. the original productions in nearly all of the programs mentioned below) of the animated series:
- Akane-chan (1968)
- Anmitsu Hime (1986-1987)
- Astro Boy
- Digimon (1999-2003, 2006-present) - The Fuji TV building itself appeared in story arcs of the first 2 seasons.
- Dragon Ball (1986-1988)
- Dragon Ball Z (1989-1995)
- Dragon Ball GT (1996-1997)
- Dr. Slump (1983-1986) and (1997-1999 (new version))
- Flame of Recca
- Fushigi na koala blinky (1984)
- Gako no Kowai Uwasa (1994-1995)
- Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro
- Hataraki Man (2006)
- Hermit Village (1963-1964) - The first late night anime.
- Himitsu no Akko-chan (1988-1989) - second series (the original in 1969 was shown on NET which is now tv asahi)
- Kiteretsu Daihyakka (1988-1996)
- Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo (1996-2004)
- Konjiki no Gash Bell! (Zatch Bell)
- Legendz (2004-2005)
- Lemon Angel (1987)
- Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer)
- Maison Ikkoku (1986-1989)
- Marmalade Boy
- One Piece
- Ranma ½ (1989-2002)
- Rurouni Kenshin
- Sazae-san (1969-present) - The channel's flagship anime series, it has aired new installments every Sunday since October, 1969.
- Space Adventure Cobra (1982-1983)
- The Super Milk-chan Show (2000)
- Super Zugan (1992)
- Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - An import from Britain. (1984-2003)
- Urusei Yatsura (1981-1986)
- Yu Yu Hakusho
- World Masterpiece Theater - Long running anime anthology. (1969-1997)
- Mirrorman (1971-1972)
- Long Vacation (ロングバケーション) (1996)
- With Love (1999)
- HERO (2001)
- Shiroi Kyotō (白い巨塔) (2003-2004)
- Water Boys (ウォーターボーイズ) (2003, 2004)
- Dr.Coto Shinryojo (Dr.コトー診療所) (2003, 2004)
- Densha Otoko (電車男) (2005)
- Umizaru Evolution (海猿) (2005)
- Oniyome Nikki (鬼嫁日記) (2005)
- 1 Litre of Tears (1リットルの涙) (2005)
- Attention Please (アテンションプリーズ) (2006)
- Kekkon Dekinai Otoko (結婚できない男) (2006)
- Iron Chef (1993-1999, 2001 Special)
News and Information
- Mezamashi TV (めざましテレビ, 1994.4 - Present) - Morning news program.
- Tokudene! (情報プレゼンター とくダネ!, 1999.4 - Present) - Morning news program.
- FNN Speak (FNNスピーク, 1987.10 - Present) - Afternoon news program.
- FNN Supernews (FNNスーパーニュース, 1998.4 - Present) - Evening news program.
- FNN Super Time(FNNスーパータイム, 1984.10 - 1997.3) - Evening news program.
- News Japan (ニュースJAPAN, 1994.4 - Present) - Night news program.
- FNN DATE LINE(FNNデイトライン, 1987.10 - 1990.3) - Night news program.
- Sta Men (週刊人物ライブ スタ☆メン , 2005.10 - Present) - Night infotainment program, produced by Fuji TV and Kansai TV.
- Kids News - Weekly children's news program
- Sport (すぽると!)
- BASEBALL L!VE 2016 (Baseball games of the Yomiuri Giants and the Tokyo Yakult Swallows)
- Formula One World Championship (1987-Present, FNS and CS (SKY PerfecTV!) ch. 721)
- Main sponsor of "Fuji TV Formula One Japanese Grand Prix"
- Volleyball World Cup, Grand Prix
- Horse Racing Live (スーパー競馬)
- PRIDE (Mixed Martial Arts from the PRIDE organization. Contract ended in June 5th due to Yakuza scandals)
- World Judo Championships
- International Chiba Ekiden
- World Figure Skating Championships
- Fuji Sankei Classic
- IQ Sapuri (脳内エステ IQサプリ)
- Toribia no Izumi (Spike TV produced an American version of "Hey! Spring of Trivia".)
- Za Gaman (The Gaman)
- Flyer TV
- Zuiikin' English
- Waratte Iitomo (森田和義アワー 笑っていいとも!)
- Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ
- Ainori (あいのり, October 11, 1999 - present) - Dating program that takes place on a pink van traveling the world.
In Popular Culture
- The Fuji TV building was featured in Digimon Adventure (all five series of Digimon were broadcast through Fuji TV). Myotismon uses the station as the source of his power to create a fog bank that cuts Odaiba off from the rest of the world. In a major battle on the roof of the building, Wizardmon is killed, which ultimately brought to Myotismon's own demise. In Digimon Adventure 02, the television station is haunted by Wizardmon's ghost. Hiroaki Ishida, the father of main characters Yamato Ishida and Takeru Takaishi, actually works in the station itself. The station is destroyed after the battle.
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