The broadcasting station, which has the number one purpose of creating a healthy campus culture, provides 80 minutes of regular broadcasting in the morning, noon, and afternoon, and provides a relaxing place through the music listening room. A singing contest is held in May every year as a stage where all Hanshinians release their energy and a broadcast festival is held in October every year. In addition, Internet broadcasting contributes to promote a digital campus culture.
- Title: Hanshin University Broadcasting System
- Call sign: HBS
- Motto: Minjung Media
- Foundation: 1985
- Broadcast media: audio, video and Internet
Broadcasting Station Information
Our Hanshin Broadcasting Station was established in 1985 to convey the voices of oppressed people under the motto of Minjung Media.
It aired a regular broadcast for the first time in 1988, and it now broadcasts 3 times a day, from 9:10 am to 9:30 am, from 12:50 to 1:20, and from 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm for total of 80 minutes. The HBS singing contest started in 1987 for the spring semester, and the HBS broadcast festival has taken place during the fall semester since 1985.
Our station opened its homepage on Oct. 1, 1999, and began Internet broadcasting in April 2000, in the wake of the 21st century Internet age. TV broadcasting is currently in the process of being set up, and in the future, Hanshin Broadcasting Station will be leading the way in the university's advanced multimedia broadcasting, which leads to audio, video, and internet. In the future, HBS will be in charge of communication functions for having proper media in the campus and will try to convey an accurate voice of the people in society.