Chiba Television Broadcasting

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Chiba Prefecture
Channels Digital: 30 (UHF)
Virtual: 3
Affiliations JAITS
OwnerChiba Television Broadcasting, Inc.
First air date
May 1, 1971
Former channel number(s)
46 (UHF analog, 1971–2011)
Call sign meaning
Chiba TeLevision

Chiba Television Broadcasting Corporation (CTC) (千葉テレビジョン放送株式会社, Chiba Terebijon Hōsō Kabushiki-gaisha), doing business as Chiba TV (チバテレビ), is a Japanese commercial terrestrial television broadcasting company headquartered at 11-25 Miyako-chō 1-chōme, Chūō-ku, Chiba serving Chiba Prefecture but spill-over is received in the neighbouring prefectures. [1] It is a member of the Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations (JAITS). It is often involved in UHF anime "production committee" projects chairing other stations. [2] Most anime broadcasts are what are considered seinen anime. [3]


Broadcasting modes, call signs and channels






Past anime programs CTC broadcast [4]

See also

  1. "Chiba Television - Anime News Network". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  2. "Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations : definition of Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations and synonyms of Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations (English)". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  3. "What Does Seinen Mean?". The Word Counter. 2021-08-27. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  4. "Chiba Television Broadcasting" Check |url= value (help). frontend. Retrieved 2021-09-13.

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