Tokai Radio Broadcasting

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TOKAI RADIO BROADCASTING COMPANY, LIMITED (東海ラジオ放送株式会社) is a Japanese radio broadcasting company serving the areas of Aichi Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture, and Mie Prefecture, owned by the Chunichi Shimbun Group.

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Network

History

In the fall of 2022, TOKAI RADIO launched "Otona-no Music Station". It means TOKAI RADIO is the music station for adults, and has offered the hybrid of the music and the talk since then.

Stations

Aichi Prefecture

Gifu Prefecture

Mie Prefecture

Programs

Weekday

Saturday

Sunday

Before

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