Mass Media in Saitama Prefecture

Mass Media In Saitama Prefecture

This article lists and describes the features of mass media based in Saitama Prefecture of Japan. Most are based in the capital and most populous city Saitama City's Urawa ward. Unless mentioned otherwise the language is Japanese.

Like other parts of Kantō region incorporating the Greater Tokyo Area, media based in Tokyo dominate the attention of the residents. Tokyo's major radio and television stations are licensed to cover the whole Kantō region. See Japanese media for them. They have larger readership or rates than the locally based media.

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... Broadcasting services that may be available but not appropriate as the Saitama Prefecture's media includes Cable television and cable radio are available in many areas in the prefecture ... commercial station (FM 76.1 MHz) based in Tokyo officially serves Saitama City also ... See Japanese media for them ...

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