Hokuriku Broadcasting Company


Hokuriku Broadcasting Company

, also known as MRO, is a Japanese broadcast network affiliated with the Japan News Network (JNN). Their headquarters are located in Ishikawa Prefecture.

The "MRO" abbreviation is taken from the last letters of the call signs "JOMR" and "JOMO" of the Kanazawa and Nanao broadcasting stations, respectively. JOMO is no longer operational.

Network

* TV: JNN
* RADIO: JRN, NRN

Station list

Analog Television

* Kanazawa JOMR-TV 6ch
* Wajima 10ch
* Nanao 11ch
* Suzu 6ch
* Monzen 11ch
* Yamanaka 12ch
* Machino 6ch
* Yanagida 12ch
* Noto 6ch
* Hakui 50ch
* Togi 5ch

Digital Television(ID:6)

* Kanazawa 14ch
* Nanao 20ch

RADIO

* Kanazawa JOMR 1107 kHz
* Nanao 1107 kHz
* Wajima 1107 kHz
* Yamanaka 1485 kHz

Program

* TV
** MRO Evening NEWS
** Kanazawa-hatsu Evening 5(金沢発イブニング・ファイブ)
** Putch M etc...
* RADIO
** Today is Syakitto!
** GOGO ha Honda-cho 3 chome etc...

Rival Stations

*Ishikawa TV Co.,ltd(ITC)
*TVkanazawa(KTK)
*Hokuriku Asahi Broadcasting(HAB)

External links

* [http://www.mro.co.jp/ MRO WEB] (MRO Official Homepage)


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