Corporate Profile

Corporate Mission

challenge and creation

 

Fuji Television Action Plan

1 Social Responsibility

To realize the magnitude of social influence we as a broadcaster carry, and to deliver information that is fair, equitable, and reliable.

2 Social Contribution

To create touching and compelling content that contribute to the fields of culture, education, environment, and more.

3 Cheerful Workplace

To appreciate and respect each workers’ individuality, their ability and diversity, at the same time create a freewheeling workplace.

 

 

Corporate Data

Company Name
Fuji Television Network, Inc.
Inauguration of Service
March, 1959
Representatives
Chairman and CEO Masaki Miyauchi
President and COO Ryunosuke Endo
Fiscal Term
2013/3/31
Capital
8.8 billion yen
Number of Employees
1,318
Head Office
2-4-8 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 137-8088
Pilot number: +81-3-5500-8888
Fax: +81-3-5500-8027 (International Department)
DiverCity Tokyo Office
1-1-20 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
Wangan Studio
2-3-23 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0064
Transmitting Station
Tokyo Sky Tree, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo,131-0045
Kansai Branch
2-4-9 Breeze Tower 10F, Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka, 530-0001
Nagoya Branch
1-14-25 Telepia 13F, Higashi-Sakura, Higashi-ku,Nagoya, 461-0005
Affiliated Overseas Bureaus and Offices
New York, Washington, Los Angeles, London, Paris,Istanbul, Moscow, Beijing, Shanghai(KTV), Seoul,Bangkok, Rome,Berlin

The History of Fuji Television

1957
Established Fuji Television Network, Inc.
1959
Began operations as broadcasting station / Commenced broadcasts.
1982
First time to achieve the “triple crown,” top spot in all three viewer rating categories (golden/prime/all-day) year-round. Continued to hold the said title for 12 consecutive years until 1993.
1997
Moved headquarters to the Daiba waterfront area. Listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
1998
Commenced broadcasts of “Fuji TV 721,” a digital CS (Communication Satellite) channel.
1999
Commenced broadcasts of “Fuji TV 739,” a digital CS channel.
2000
Commenced broadcasts of “BS Fuji,” a digital BS (broadcasting satellite) channel.
2003
Commenced digital terrestrial broadcasts.
2007
Construction of Wangan (Bayside) Studio near the headquarters. 8 Studios equipped with all the latest digital technologies used for dramas and variety shows.
2008
Became a certified broadcast holding company and changed its name to Fuji Media Holdings, Inc.
Newly established Fuji Television Network Inc. through incorporation-type company split.
2009
50th Anniversary since its first broadcast.
Commenced digital broadcasting of three pay CS channels: Fuji TV ONE, TWO, and NEXT.

Executive Officers

Chairman and CEO
Masaki Miyauchi
President and COO
Ryunosuke Endo
Executive Vice Presidents
Ichiro Kishimoto
Takashi Wagai
Tsuyoshi Habara
Senior Executive Managing Directors
Toru Ota
Kazutoshi Matsumura
Noriyuki Kawashima
Shinichi Ogawa
Executive Managing Directors
Yuichi Kawano
Kenji Nishibuchi
Takashi Ishihara
Osamu Yoshimoto
Kenji Shimizu
Takeshi Kobayashi
Executive Managing Advisor
Hisashi Hieda
Executive Managing Directors
Osamu Kanemitsu
Takehiko Kiyohara
Yoshishige Shimatani
Akihiro Miki
Sumio Fukui
Masaru Uchida
Kazuo Terasaki
Audit & Supervisory
Board Members
Kiyoshi Onoe
Hiroshi Seta
Yuzaburo Mogi
Nobuya Minami
Takayasu Okushima

As of June 26, 2019

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