RKB Mainichi Broadcasting

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RKB logo.svg
Fukuoka, Saga
Channels Digital: 30 (UHF)
Virtual: 4
Affiliations JNN
Owner RKB Mainichi Broadcasting Co, Inc.
First air date 1 March 1958
Call letters' meaning JO Fukuoka Radio
FouR (channel number)
Former callsigns JOFR-TV (1958–2011)
Former channel number(s) 4 (analog VHF, 1958–2011)
Transmitter coordinates 33°35′34.285″N 130°21′3.161″E / 33.59285694°N 130.35087806°E / 33.59285694; 130.35087806
Website http://rkb.jp/

RKB Mainichi Broadcasting Corporation (RKB毎日放送株式会社, RKB mainichi hoso kabushiki gaisha) is a broadcasting station in Fukuoka, Japan, and it is affiliated with Japan Radio Network (JRN), Japan News Network (JNN) and TBS Network. It is owned by Mainichi Broadcasting System, Mainichi Shimbun and the Aso Group.

The initials RKB stand for Radio Kyushu Broadcasting (ラジオ九州放送, rajio kyushu hoso), the station's former name.[1][better source needed]



  • Fukuoka: 1278 kHz JOFR 50 kW; 91.0 MHz FM
  • Kitakyushu: 1197 kHz JOFO 1 kW; 91.5 MHz FM
  • Omuta: 1062 kHz JOFE 100W; 94.8 MHz FM
  • Yukuhashi: 1062 kHz 100W; 94.6 MHz FM

TV (Analog)[edit]

  • Fukuoka: Channel 4 JOFR-TV
  • Kitakyushu :Channel 8 JOFO-TV
  • Kurume: Channel 48
  • Omuta: Channel 61
  • Yukuhashi: Channel 60

TV (Digital)[edit]

  • Button 4
  • Fukuoka: Channel 30 JOFR-DTV




  • Kyokan TV(13:55 - 15:50 every Monday To Friday)
  • Kyokan News
  • Watch@24
  • Sunday Watch
  • Mame Gohan。
  • P Paradise (about Pachinko).

Other TV stations in Fukuoka[edit]


  1. ^ Gabriella Lukács (15 July 2010). Scripted Affects, Branded Selves: Television, Subjectivity, and Capitalism in 1990s Japan. Duke University Press. p. 45. ISBN 0-8223-9323-9.