Okinawa City starts virtual broadcasting station Koza TV

Okinawa City starts virtual broadcasting station Koza TV

Virtual broadcasting station Koza TV, which delivers information on events, key people and behind-the-scenes stories on economic development projects in Okinawa City.


August 23, 2013 Ryukyu Shimpo

From the beginning of July, the Okinawa City Culture Tourism Division has started a virtual broadcasting station called Koza TV. Through their website they introduce events, key people and behind-the-scenes information on economic development projects in Okinawa City.

The division provides high-quality videos in cooperation with television production companies and updates the programs every Friday afternoon.

There are six channels in total. Channel One, Backstage of Koza, introduces background information about events in Okinawa City including the Peaceful Love Rock Festival and Okinawa Zento Eisa Festival. Channel Two provides live coverage of events in the city. In addition, people can access information provided by Music Town Oto Ichiba and listen to local radio programs.

The website is on the tourism portal site run by the city, KOZA WEB. Ryoichi Yonamine of the division, said, “We would like people to experience the cultural depth of Koza both directly and indirectly through the website.”

(English translation by T&CT, Lima Tokumori and Mark Ealey)

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