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Photo: Mr. Satozaki (right) telling children that it is important not to neglect the basics that anyone can do [Photo: Yuji Arakawa]

Former Lotte Satozaki wanted to convey in the baseball class "I have to enjoy it because I like it"

 
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Mr. Satozaki will continue to hold baseball classes in various places.
 

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Miyuki Baseball Class

"Miyuki Baseball Class』(Miyuki and baseball) from March 1957, 3 to March 17, 1990Nippon TV affiliateWas being broadcast onSports programIs.Except for one timeMiyuki woolenProvided by one company, it was broadcast a total of 1696 times.

Overview

Miyuki Baseball Class (Phase 1)

Initially, as the program name suggests, baseball criticsFujio NakazawaAnd guest baseball officials give a lecture on baseball skillsLiberal Arts ProgramIt was, but later professional baseballInformation programTurned to.

mainlyNippon TVBecause the program was produced byGiant armyThere are many topics,Nagashima Shigeo,Sadaharu OhIt became a valuable video asset for the famous players.For a whileYomiuri Television (YTV),Hiroshima TV (HTV),Nagoya Broadcasting (NBN) → Chukyo TV (CTV),TV West Japan (TNC) → Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting (KBC) → Fukuoka Broadcasting (FBS) and the affiliated stations in the area where the professional baseball team is based have also produced, and it was possible to distinguish by the credit notation of the produced work and the abbreviation of the station in charge at the beginning of the network display at the beginning of the program.Depending on the content, the above-mentioned affiliated stationsPlanning net programIt was sometimes replaced with a local version by the same title sponsor.As an example, Hiroshima Telecasting in February 1988,Turf grass space,Naoya ShimadaOther special features of new players at that timeHiroshima Toyo CarpI have replaced it with the spring camp broadcast.

The initial broadcast time is Sunday 9:45-10:00 (Japan Standard Time), But in 15 it became a program from 1963:9 to 30:10:00.

Baseball classroom

In January 1986, the broadcast time moved to the 1:11 frame on Sunday, and it was shifted to the provision of multiple companies including Miyuki, and there is no sponsor company name.Baseball classroomWas retitled to.

At the beginning of the program, until the transition to the provision of multiple companies, the announcer narrated the title call "Provided by Miyuki Keori, Miyuki Baseball Class" with the opening theme following Miyuki's opening catch, and teloped the number of broadcasts. displayed.The telop continued in the era of multiple companies, and continued until the final episode.The announcer of the station in charge was in charge of the reading provided by the local station production times until it was provided by multiple companies, and NTV was in charge of the local departures from the era of providing multiple companies to the final episode. (Except when replacing locally).The theme song is from the first timeToshiro MayuzumiComposed bySports marchAfter shifting to the 11 o'clock level, "Hollywood Illusion" andCassiopeia"Solid Swing" was used.

Miyuki Baseball Class (Phase 2)

In 1988, the broadcast time was reduced to 15 minutes, and Miyuki returned to the company's offer and re-named the title, but did not use Miyuki's opening catch. In the final episode of the broadcast on March 1990, 3, he retired from active duty the previous year and became a baseball commentator on NTV.Kiyoshi NakahataAt the request of, Miyuki's opening catch was played in the middle of the program.

Performer

Broadcaster

The series is as of the end of broadcasting in March 1990 (at the time of transition to another broadcasting station, if any), and the stations in bold are the production participating stations.It was mainly produced by NTV, and was produced by the broadcasting station where the professional baseball team is based, depending on the number of broadcasts, but even in that case, NTV was in charge of program distribution.In the case of broadcasting stations that are not members of NNN / NNS, they may not be displayed in the list of network stations at the beginning of the program.

Broadcast target areaBroadcasterseriesRemarks
Kanto wide areaNippon TVNTV seriesProgram secretariat
HokkaidoSapporo TVUntil March 1972, a cross-net station with the Fuji TV series
(The news network is a member of the NTV affiliate)
AomoriAomori BroadcastingNTV series
TV Asahi series
Until March 1975, NTV affiliated independent member station
IwateTV IwateNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1969
Until March 1980 TV Asahi series and cross-net stations
MiyagiSendai BroadcastFuji TV series
NTV series
Broadcast until September 1970
Miyagi TVNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1970
Until September 1975 NET TV series and cross-net stations
AkitaAkita Broadcasting
FukushimaFukushima TVBroadcast until September 1971
TBS affiliates from June to September 1971
Fukushima Central TelevisionBroadcast from the time of internet exchange with Fukushima TV in October 1971
Until March 1981 TV Asahi series and cross-net stations
NiigataNiigata General TelevisionFuji TV series
NTV series
TV Asahi series
Current NST Niigata Sogo Television
Broadcast until September 1981
TV NiigataNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1981
ToyamaNorthern Japan Broadcasting
FukuiFukui BroadcastingNTV series
TV Asahi series
Until March 1989, NTV affiliated independent member station
YamanashiYamanashi broadcastingNTV series
ShizuokaShizuoka Daiichi TelevisionBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1979
Chukyo wide areaCentral Japan Broadcasting CompanyTBS seriesCurrent CBC TV
Nagoya BroadcastingNTV series
NET TV series
Current Nagoya Broadcasting Network (Me-Tele)
Broadcast until September 1973
Chukyo TVNTV seriesBroadcast from April 1973
Transition due to the elimination of irregular nets
Keihanshin metropolitan areaOsaka TVKR TV series
NTV series
PresentAsahi Broadcasting TV(TV Asahi series)
Transition with the opening of Yomiuri TV
Kinki wide areaYomiuri TelevisionNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1958
Transition from Osaka TV
Tottori

Tottori prefectureShimane
Nippon Sea TVUntil September 1972, virtually with the Fuji TV series,
Virtually TV Asahi series and cross-net stations until September 1989[1]
Broadcast area until September 1972, 9 is only in Tottori prefecture
From January 1972, 9Mutual radio accessShimane Prefecture also broadcasts
HiroshimaHiroshima TVUntil September 1975, Fuji TV affiliates and cross-net stations
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi broadcastingNTV series
TV Asahi series
Until March 1978, NTV affiliated independent member station
TokushimaShikoku BroadcastingNTV series
Kagawa

Kagawa prefecture, Okayama prefecture
Nishinippon broadcastingBroadcast area until March 1983 is only in Kagawa prefecture
Okayama Prefecture also broadcasts due to mutual radio waves in April 1983
KochiKochi Broadcasting
FukuokaTV West JapanUntil March 1964
Kyushu Asahi BroadcastingNET TV seriesBroadcast from October 1964 to March 10
Transition to Fuji TV system of TV Nishinippon due to net change[2]
Fukuoka BroadcastingNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1969
NagasakiTV NagasakiFuji TV series
NTV series
Broadcast from the opening of the station in December 1969
KumamotoKumamoto BroadcastingTBS seriesBroadcast until September 1982
Kumamoto citizen TVNTV seriesBroadcast from the opening of the station in December 1982
OitaTV OitaFuji TV series
NTV series
TV Asahi series
Broadcast from the opening of the station in December 1970
KagoshimaMinaminihonhosoTBS seriesBroadcast until September 1969
Kagoshima TVFuji TV series
NTV series
Broadcast from the opening of the station in December 1969
Until September 1982 TV Asahi series and triple net station
OkinawaOkinawa TVFuji TV seriesBroadcast only for one period in the 1980s[When?]

footnote

  1. ^ Although he did not join the affiliated organizations of FNN / FNS / ANN, he was in a de facto cross-net state, such as participating in the ANN News net and performing a considerable number of simultaneous nets for general programs.
  2. ^ At that time, TV Nishinippon withdrew from the NTV system and affiliated stations were absent.Program salesParticipated in (individual sponsored net treatment) and participated in the production centering on the content based on Nishitetsu Lions.

外部 リンク

Nippon TVseries Sunday 9:45 frame
Previous programProgram nameNext show
Broadcast suspension or movie program
Miyuki Baseball Class
(July 1957, 3-17)
Miyuki Baseball Class
(1963-April 1985, 12)
*9:30-10:00
NTV series Sunday 9:30 frame
Unknown
* --9: 45
Miyuki Baseball Class
(July 1957, 3-17)
*9:45-10:00
Miyuki Baseball Class
(1963-April 1985, 12)
Kazuo Tokumitsu's TV Forum
(December 1986, 1-February 5, 1988)
* Move from 11:00 on Sunday
NTV series Sunday 11:00 frame
Kazuo Tokumitsu's TV Forum
(December 1984, 10-February 7, 1985)
* Move to 9:30 on Sunday
Baseball classroom
(December 1986, 1-February 5, 1988)
Miyuki Baseball Class
(December 1988, 10-February 2, 1990)
*11:00-11:15
NFL Touchdown

NFL EXPRESS

(December 1988, 10-February 2, 1990)
*11:15-11:30
NTV series Sunday 11:00 frame
Baseball classroom
(December 1986, 1-February 5, 1988)
*11:00-11:30
Miyuki Baseball Class
(December 1988, 10-February 2, 1990)
Burari Japanese masterpiece trip
(October 1990-March 4)
* 11: 00-11: 30, move from 10:00 on Sundays

 

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