NHK

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NHK

 

(Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Japan Broadcasting Corporation), a Japanese radio broadcasting corporation, a semigovernmental organization. Founded in 1925, the corporation is located in Tokyo. NHK has 4,289 radio and television stations throughout the country (1975).

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It is believed to have been fired from a US warship during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) reported.
Ikegami has collaborated with Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) to develop an 8K ultra high-definition television (UHDTV) camera.
Kohei Nakae, director of 8K technical production development at Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), said that the 8K TV will only be for the rich right now and the common man will be satisfied with a 4K.
The research and development of 8K Super Hi-Vision broadcast was started by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (Nippon Hoso Kyokai in Japanese, hereafter "NHK") in 1995, and is planned to start the 8K broadcast service by 2018.
Japanese police have arrested a 27-year-old man on suspicion of possessing handguns believed to have been created by a 3-D printer, according to the Japan Broadcasting Corporation.
Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK world) said, Sunday, the concerned
EoACA[pounds sterling]The world rarely has the opportunity to watch such a successful and heartwarming rescue unfold before the eyes and ears of millions in virtually every corner of the globe,EoACA[yen] said Nasu Hiroyuki, Senior Producer, Manager Circuit Planning & Management at the News Department of Japan Broadcasting Corporation NHK.
Besides Scott Goodstein, the conference - encompassing eight different programmes - will also have more than 90 key speakers from industry leaders such as BBC, IBM, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), MediaCorp, Microsoft Corporation, Motorola Asia Pacific and NTT Corporation, discussing the key issues of today and tomorrow.
Since the Olympic Games were scheduled to be held in Tokyo in 1940, experimental television broadcast trials were being conducted in Tokyo by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) at that time.
The most high-profile one involved the publicly funded Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), which is generally held to higher standards than its commercial competitors.
They then visited Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) to learn about disaster reporting in a television station.
HEVC is much better than MPEG2," said Kohei Nakae, director of 8K technical production development at Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK).

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