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    Public broadcast

    Public broadcastWhat is (Koukaihoso)?tv set,Radio programGather the audience atLive broadcast,Recording,recordingTo do.番組programRecordingWhen doingPublic recording[1](TV set),Public recordingAlso known as (radio), it is abbreviated in the broadcasting industry and is commonly used.Public recordIt is also called (Koroku).


    1960s-1980sEntertainment showsThen, rather than your own studio or your own hall (ABC Hall, etc.), in the Tokyo metropolitan area / Kansai areaPrefectures,MunicipalitiesThere were many programs that were publicly broadcast in public halls and halls managed by[2]..Since the 1990s, public broadcasting in public halls and halls other than TV station-related facilities has been on the decline due to frequent troubles during broadcasting and security problems.有名なものではIn the famous oneTBSof"8 o'clock! Everyone gatheredAs of 2020,Lol』(Nippon TV) Adopts this method.

    In current TV programs, it is not uncommon to gather spectators for each recording and record the program, but it was arranged by the program side in addition to the general audience for program viewing.extra[3] There are also many patterns in which the audience is put in and the voice is recorded by making them laugh at the places necessary for the program.

    Capital Area OfCommercial broadcastIn the case of radio stations, it is rare for an unspecified number of people to be broadcast publicly due to the capacity of the studio and security issues.そのため番組の節目や何等かのイベント等開催の際、事前に募集した観客を少人数ながら収容できる局内の一番広いスタジオTherefore, the largest studio in the station that can accommodate a small number of spectators recruited in advance when holding a program milestone or some event.[4] ,live house,Multipurpose hallPrepare facilities for events such as, and perform public broadcasting.Many local commercial AM radio stations own radio studios that are designed to accommodate large numbers of people for public broadcasting.

    In addition, Commercial facility(Shopping centers, department stores, etc.)showroom,school[5] In the case of public broadcasting in Japan, there are many cases where related companies, organizations, etc. are sponsors of the program, or public broadcasting is performed at facilities operated by the program sponsors.

    Some shows are glass-walled studios facing the road (mainlySatellite studio) Is used for live broadcasting or recording, and passers-by can observe the recording, but this is not usually called public broadcasting.

    The largest public recording in the past was "Kanjani EightRecommendation! The Biggest Public Radio Special Ever ”(January 2015, 1,Kyocera Dome Osaka), It became an event that mobilized about 4 people[6][7].

    NHKSo usually in the studioOpen space contact hall of allIncluding)NHK Hall,NHK Osaka HallThe programs that are publicly broadcast / recorded in Japan are referred to as "public dispatch programs" by traveling to public halls, music halls, gymnasiums, etc. in local cities at any time and broadcasting from there.[8]

    Major public broadcast programs (including recording)

    * ... Performed outside the company and related facilities

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    1. ^ Until the 1980sRelay recordingI was also saying that.
    2. ^ Local network stations (mostly recorded) several times a yearFor prefecturesIt was a commemoration of the opening of the online station every five years) and recordings outside Japan.
    3. ^ You can become an extra by registering with a specialized company, and depending on the program, you may receive a reward.
    4. ^ In Tokyo, Nippon Broadcasting SystemImagine Studioetc.
    5. ^ School festivals and open campuses.
    6. ^ “Kanjani Eight, the largest public recording in radio history”. Daily Sports (Kobe Shimbun). (January 2015, 1). originalArchived as of October 2015, 1.. https://web.archive.org/web/20150110152728/http://daily.co.jp/newsflash/gossip/2015/01/10/0007647901.shtml 2017/2/19Browse. 
    7. ^ “The biggest public recording in the history of Kanjani Radio”. Daily Sports (Kobe Shimbun). (January 2015, 1). originalArchived as of October 2015, 1.. https://web.archive.org/web/20150111030538/http://daily.co.jp/gossip/2015/01/11/0007648794.shtml 2016/2/19Browse. 
    8. ^ NHK "Produce and send better programs"(It is mentioned in "Production of Music Program" on page 1)
    9. ^ Recorded at NHK Hall only once a year on the first Saturday of March (in principle)
    10. ^ Irregularly, public recordings are made in rural areas as "Thank you for the incoming call! Keitai Ogiri National Tour".
    11. ^ Public recordings are made in rural areas on an irregular basis.
    12. ^ At the beginning of the program, it was broadcast live from NHK Hall and the broadcasting center public studio, but later it was recorded publicly in rural areas except for some times.
    13. ^ There are irregular public broadcasts in rural areas.
    14. ^ Only a few times a year.
    15. ^ In the case of a project that cannot be broadcast on terrestrial broadcasting, such as a DVD privilege, it may be recorded without an audience.
    16. ^ There is a case where a public broadcast is held in the hall about once a year under the title of "Kokoro no Uta Concert (AD)".
    17. ^ 19537/12Started nationwide patrol broadcasting
    18. ^ Recorded irregularly nationwide as "Radio Midnight Flight Gathering".
    19. ^ As a general rule, the studio of the broadcasting station is not used, and the radio car "80-chanIs a free public broadcast on a business trip to a specific place in one prefecture every week.Encore hours only on Fridays and some specific periods in summer and spring.
    20. ^ Public live broadcasts from all over the country several times a year.
    21. ^ Recorded several times a year at the NHK Broadcasting Center public studio (including Minna no Hiroba Fureai Hall)
    22. ^ Several times a yearNHK Osaka HallThere is also a recording at the NHK Osaka Broadcasting Station public studio and the "Kamigata Rakugo Hearing Party" at
    23. ^ On the third Saturday of every monthBK PlazaPublished live from.
    24. ^ As a general rule, on Saturdays, free and free tours will be broadcast from the public studio of the broadcasting station on the business trip.日曜日は出張先のホール・体育館などで事前申し込みでの招待性による公開放送であるが、まれに土・日とも事前申し込みが必要なもの、申し込み不要なものもあるOn Sundays, it is a public broadcast by invitation in advance at the hall / gymnasium of the business trip destination, but in rare cases, there are some that require advance application on Saturday and Sunday, and some that do not require application.
    25. ^ Basically, it was recorded from the TBS Radio public studio, but several times a year, mainly the sponsor company "Good sakeIn some cases, it will be recorded publicly in the public studios, halls, and gymnasiums of local broadcasting stations, mainly in the Tohoku region where
    26. ^ a b Public recording is performed every time the total number of broadcasts reaches 100.
    27. ^ Lalaport TOKYO-BAYPublic recording on the center court.
    28. ^ During normal broadcasting, the studio has about 20 spectators.About once every six months, a public broadcast is held at the STV Hall, inviting about 1 spectators.

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