Contact Us

財団法人 放送番組国際交流センター / Japan Media Communication Center

Latest News

April 25, 2017 JAMCO New International Programs uploaded.
April 1, 2017 JAMCO offered 874 programs in fiscal year 2016.
April 1, 2017 JAMCO made 39 new programs in fiscal year 2016.
December 21, 2016 The 25th JAMCO Online Symposium “The Current State and Challenges of International Broadcasting in Key Countries” began.
April 11, 2013 Page updated.
March 29, 2013 JAMCO became a General Incorporated Association.

From JAMCO Office

JAMCO international programs broadcasted in areas such as Asia and Middle East

Since the establishment in 1991, JAMCO has been providing international versions of Japanese TV programs altered into different languages such as English, to TV broadcasters in developing countries free of charge.



the exterior of RTA

In FY2016, JAMCO has provided nearly 100 Japanese TV programs, such as “What and Why” (NHK, education), “Only One Earth” (NHK, documentary) and “A Brilliant Flash of Summer” (NTV, documentary) to governmental broadcaster RTA in Afghanistan, a country with many disputes. These programs have been translated to Pashto and Dari, then broadcasted in Afghanistan. RTA’s staff members and office have suffered from massive explosions by terrorists. However, RTA is still willing to receive TV programs from Japan in FY2017, and the translation process has already started in Afghanistan.



the program provided by JAMCO on the screen



The exterior of TVK

To the governmental broadcaster TVK in Cambodia, a country in the middle of recovery from damage due to former civil war, JAMCO has provided “Pythagora Switch” (NHK, education) and “A Passionate Challenger” (MBS, documentary) in FY2016. These programs have been translated to Khmer and broadcasted in Cambodia.




In FY2016, a total of 874 Japanese TV programs have been provided free of charge from JAMCO to 19 TV broadcasters in 17 different countries. Since JAMCO’s establishment, the total number of programs provided have reached over 12,000.

Copyright Japan Media Communication Center All rights reserved. Unauthorized copy of these pages is prohibited.