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Fuji Television Network, Inc. (also known as Fuji Television) is a Japanese free-to-air television channel assigned as JOCX-DTV central signal placed in Odaiba, Minato, Tokyo. It is owned by Fuji Media Holdings and is a part of Fujisankei Communications Group.

1957–1986

Fuji TV Channel 8 Logo.svg
Designer:  Yusaku Kamekura
Typography:  Font co-used by a sister radio broadcaster LF

Fuji Television was founded as a TV station in Tokyo on November 18, 1957, and began broadcasting on March 1, 1959, as JOCX-TV. The logo consisted of a number eight as a two gathered eye shape, and its wordmark was written as Japanese name.

1986–present

Fuji TV Logo.svg
Designer:  Yuji Baba (wordmark)
Katsu Yoshida (eye logo)
Typography:  Fujisankei Communications Group font (designed by Baba)

In April 1986, Fuji TV stopped using the abstract 8-numeral logo after 29 years since 1957, and a new logo was introduced though it consists of a stylized eye with a red circle. With this New logo, the station decided to borrow Fujisankei Communications Group's logo and font.


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