Regulatory Reform of Public Utilities

Regulatory Reform of Public Utilities

The Japanese Experience

Fumitoshi Mizutani

Covering issues such as deregulation, privatization, organizational reforms, and competition policy, Regulatory Reform of Public Utilities provides a comprehensive summary of regulatory reforms in Japanese public utility industries.

Appendix 2: List of Private Ground Broadcasting TV Companies

Fumitoshi Mizutani

Subjects: economics and finance, public sector economics


(1) Hokkaido: HBC (Hokkaido Hoso), STV (Sapporo TV Hoso), UHB (Hokkaido Bunka Hoso), HTB (Hokkaido TV Hoso), TVH (TV Hokkaido (2) Aomori: ATV (Aomori TV), RAB (Aomori Hoso), ABA (Aomori Asahi Hoso) (3) Iwate: IBC (IBC Iwate Hoso), TVI (TV Iwate), MIT (Iwate Menkoi TV), IAT (Iwate Asahi TV) (4) Miyagi: TBC (Tohoku Hoso), MMT (Miyagi TV Hoso), OX (Sendai Hoso), KHB (Higashi Nihon Hoso) (5) Akita: ABS (Akita Hoso), AKT (Akita TV), AAB (Akita Asahi Hoso) (6) Yakagata: TUY (TV U Yamagata), YBC (Yamagata Hoso), SAY (Sakuranbo TV), YTS (Yamagata TV) (7) Fukushima: TUF (TV U Fukushima), FCT (Fukushima Chuo TV), FTV (Fukushima TV), KFB (Fukushima Hoso) (8) Gunma: GTV (Gunma TV) (9) Tochigi: GYT (Tochigi TV) (10) Saitama: TVS (TV Saitama) (11) Tokyo: TBS (Tokyo Hoso), NTV (Nihon TV), CX (Fuji TV), EX (Zenkoku Asahi Hoso), TX (TV Tokyo), MXTV (Tokyo Metropolitan TV) (12) Chiba: CTC (Chiba TV Hoso) (13) Kanagawa: TVK (TV Kanagawa) (14) Niigata: BSN (Niigata Hoso), TeNY (TV Niigata Hoso), NST (Niigata Sogo TV), NT21 (Niigata TV21) (15) Nagano: SBC (Shinetsu Hoso), TSB (TV Shinshu), NBS (Nagano Hoso), ABN (Nagano Asahi Hoso) (16) Yamanashi: UTY (TV Yamanashi), YBS (Yamanashi Hoso) (17) Shizuoka: SBS (Shizuoka Hoso), SDT (Shizuoka Daiichi TV), SUT (TV Shizuoka), SATV (Shizuoka Asahi TV) (18) Toyama: TUT (Tulip TV), KNB (Kita Nihon Hoso), BBT (Toyama TV) (19) Ishikawa: MRO (Hokuriku Hoso), KTK (TV Kanazawa), ITC (Ishikawa TV Hoso), HAB (Hokuriku Asahi Hoso) (20) Fukui: FBC (Fukui Hoso), FTB (Fukui TV Hoso) (21) Gifu:...

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