Kansai Telecasting Corporation - Other Broadcasting Stations in The Kansai Area - Radio and TV

Radio and TV

  • Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc. (MBS, 毎日放送)
  • Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC, 朝日放送)
  • Kyoto Broadcasting System Co., Ltd. (KBS Kyoto, 京都放送, KBS京都)

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