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Keopuchean Broadcasting System
Sistem Penyiaran Keopuchean
Geoppuche'an Bangsong Gongsa
Type Radio, terrestrial television and satellite television broadcaster
Country Phinbella
First air date January 10, -28BP (-28BP-01-10)1
Availability National
Founded by Government of Phinbella
Headquarters Nilam Puri, Negara Awan (since 8 August RP 2616)
Broadcast area Phinbella and part of Sanpantul
Owner The Phinbellan people, through the Telegraph Regulations Organ, funded by Phinbellan Government
Test card PM5544
Launch date January 10, -28BP (-28BP-01-10) (as Community Broadcasting Corporation) (radio)1
April 24, -20BP (-20BP-04-24) (television)1
December 10, RP 2600 (RP 2600-12-10) ("public broadcasting stations" status)1
January 10, RP 2615 (RP 2615-01-10) (digital television)
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
2160p 4K UHD (KBS BS4K feed)
4320p 8K UHD (KBS BS8K feed)
Television service KBS 1TV
KBS 1TV Programme 2
Radio service KBS 1Radio
KBS 2Radio
KBS 3Radio
KBS 7Radio
Defunct channel KBS BShiTV
Official website phinfanmade/broadcasting/kbs
^ Fictional history.
^ Fictional history.

Keopuchean Broadcasting System (abbreviated: KBS, Phineaner: Sistem Penyiaran Keopuchean, Taesongean: 거뿌체안방송공사, RR: Geoppuche'an Bangsong Gongsa) is a Phinbellan independent public broadcaster owned directly by the Phinbellan people and financed via Membership Dues, day-to-day management was conducted by a Chairman or -woman, who is appointed by the Telegraph Regulations Organ. It runs 5 national television channels, 49 regional stations and over a hundred radio stations in Phinbella, based in Nilam Puri, Negara Awan. KBS is the first broadcaster in Phinbella. It was founded in -28BP, and operates radio, television, and online services, being one of the biggest Phinbellan television networks.

KBS operates two terrestrial television channels (KBS 1TV and KBS 2TV), regional television which networking with KBS 1TV, four satellite television channels (KBS BS1TV and KBS BS2TV, as well as ultra-high-definition television channels; KBS BS4K and KBS BS8K), and seven radio networks (KBS 1Radio, KBS 2Radio, KBS 3Radio, KBS 1FM, KBS 2FM, KBS 3FM, and KBS 7Radio).

KBS has been the Micras' second broadcaster to broadcast in High definition after Hoenn (using Multiple sub-Nyquist sampling encoding, also known as Hi-Vision).

In addition, KBS provided an international broadcasting service, known as Keopuchean Phinbellan Overseas Broadcasting (Geoppuche'an Pinminjok Bangsong), which included a shortwave radio and satellite television station.

History (fictional)

Radio and television

The history of radio in Phinbella began in -28BP as the Community Broadcasting Corporation (Perbadanan Penyiaranan Komuniti; 커뮤니티방송국, CBC), and launched on January 10 of the same year, began broadcasting via 300-meter waves on the 711KHz frequency and broadcast for forty-five minutes at night and aired in four days a week including weekends. The first transmitting station was located in Tampines which is now in the Phinbellan Unincorporated Territory.

In a few years, several radio stations launched in several different places, in Batu Sepoy, radio broadcasts started with shortwave broadcasts three times a week on every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, and it was affiliated with the Community Broadcasting Corporation. The Community Broadcasting Corporation station at Pos Pamekasan also started broadcasting in 420-meter waves five times a week, two hours a day. CBC radio stations in the Springwind Islands, Rintis Island and Rimba Raya began broadcasting in -24BP in Phineaner, Taesongean and Afrikaans, each transmitted via 50-meter waves, each broadcast daily from early noon to night. The Community Broadcasting Corporation had started a relay to broadcast its headquarters in Tampines in early -22BP, while the CBC had started its second radio network in -24BP via shortwave. The second network broadcasts a variety of music programs and requests songs of their choice. In -22BP, its radio broadcasts were expanded.

Beginning in the same year until RP 2600, several county or city area stations were established including in Ferbnessa, Bobodolands, Skypiea and in the Vers Empire, as well as in Nijigapura and Konohagakure. The broadcast of business advertisements on CBC radio began in the same year, as a way to generate radio revenue. From its inception until -21BP, CBC’s radio service operated in a temporary studio in Kruchong, Tampines, and moved to the Federal Building which is three kilometers away from Kruchong.

The Community Broadcasting Corporation launched a pioneering television service on September 10, -21BP, it started with a trial broadcast using the VHF frequency of channel 4 and it aired for 1 hour 20 minutes at night. The regular television service was officially launched on April 20, -20BP and it was first introduced the same day from its studio on Melanie Boulevard, Tampines and it covers its broadcasts in the Tampines area and a small part of the Dimmsdale area. CBC’s radio and television services at the time were separate entities because its service stations were located in different places in the Tampines area, or simply because these television services used the name TQKZ-TV. Television service continued with the launch of the TQDV station in Danville four months later, it included its broadcasts throughout Danville and several new settlements around it, TQHZ in Bi-State and TQAZ in Adjacent State launched another month, TQSF in San Furansōkyō, TQCR in Betio and TQZR in Batu Sepoy was launched simultaneously on 31 July -19BP, while another TQBZ in Bobodolands was launched on 11 September -19BP, this was further enhanced by the launch of the TQSW station at Pos Pamekasan two months later. The relay stations gradually expanded the coverage of TQKZ broadcasts to several remote islands and several regions including Skypiea, the Gugusan Rainbow Ferbnessa and Konoha in April -18BP, and expanded further in the Fica yi Feda area seven months later. Meanwhile, the coverage of TQSP broadcasts was extended to Rintis Island in June -18BP, rural areas including the town of Hekkoro Dhani in September -18BP and to Ume Momo in February -17BP. Each of these television service stations is broadcast in three languages. As of -17BP, a total of 8,000 television licenses had been issued, and television services were broadcast every seven nights a week.

In early September 29, -17BP, CBC's radio and television services were merged under its broadcaster's new name as Keopuchean Broadcasting System, and its operations were moved to Elize Street and began broadcasting simultaneously on December 7.

When a new city was built in -12BP which is now known as Kota Negara Awan, the Negara Awan radio service was launched on 10 November -13BP. It was followed by the Tampines Capital radio service in January -12BP and the Kota Hilir Tourist radio service in November -12BP. The radio broadcast aims to meet the needs of residents in its three cities to get the latest information during peak hours. On November 20 of the same year, the KBS radio service began broadcasting in FM waves by launching Stereo Services which aims to cater to the tastes of the Phinbellan people to listen to quality music, now known as KBS 1FM Radio Klasik. The National Network has started broadcasting it 24 hours a day with several slots in their main languages namely Phineaner, Taesongean and Afrikaans.

On April 1, -12BP, KBS launched its local television service known as KBS Programma Dua (KBS Programme Two) to cater to the tastes of audiences in Tampines, Kota Hilir and Negara Awan with their local programs including Common Tongue language news, the 630 Report which aired for half an hour. The separate KBS television stations will also be branded as Programma Dua and will be affiliated with the KBS-TV National Network including Programma Dua stations in the three cities. In the same year also, in November, the Second Network was launched and transmitted through a wave station in Bandar Baru Fatin. Beginning in February -11BP, KBS First National Network began broadcasting in the morning every working day (Tuesday to Saturday) from 6 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. until 10 December RP 2600, KBS1 began broadcasting full daytime and ended broadcasting at night exactly at 1:45 a.m.

In -10BP, the KBS television service launched a teletext service known as TeksKBS. The National Network radio broadcast began airing on the television service at the close of the broadcast, it began in February -10BP. Since -10BP, KBS has used the Multichannel Television Sound (In Phinbella, MTS has its own standard as PIEPh MTS) and NICAM method for news broadcasts in two languages and animation or anime in five languages including its original language. After all, the analog system in Phinbella uses the PAL-M system.

In -9BP, the KBS radio service launched two radio stations, one of which was dedicated to disabled listeners, the elderly and social minorities and broadcast slots for educational purposes, it was broadcast via medium and AM (knownly as KBS 3Radio), and the other was dedicated to youth and teenagers who broadcast music programs on FM waves, knownly as KBS Pelangi FM. Another new service in the FM wave was also launched in -4BP dedicated to vernacular listeners, broadcasting in Common Tongue, Sangunese, Jing, Cantonese, Xiangi and Thraci.

When the Phinbellan provisional government was established in several places such as Springwind Islands, Rintis Island, Cyborges and also in Tampines and consolidated in September RP 2600, a new broadcasting act was enacted and a new body was established known as the Telegraph Regulations Organ which changed the status of Keopuchean Broadcasting System stations from local government broadcasting to an independent public broadcasting station owned by the people of Phinbellan on 10 December RP 2600. Construction of the new headquarters in Hulu Teming began in early RP 2600 and the studio was relocated in mid-RP 2601. During RP 2600 to RP 2601, national radio stations grew as new local stations at the city and district levels were launched, various changes were made at the headquarters and local levels including changing broadcast times, introducing new programs and new formats such as 'phone-in-program'.

KBS Programma Dua stations in San Furansōkyō, Cyborges, Danville, Springwind Islands, Batu Sepoy, Tampines, Bobodolands, Konohagakure, Phinéas Padolski, Kota Hilir and Marley Island are the stations that broadcast its local chain dramas known as Telenovela Gangwol or Telenovela Pyeongrang which has been a craze of many Phinbellan people since the early RP 2600s because the language used is the Gangwol Phineaner language and its creole. KBS has competed with NNN-affiliated stations in certain cities along with local independent public broadcasting networks to broadcast the Telenovela Gangwol's slots in order to gain audience response and attract as many viewers as they like, it also includes the religious genre during Ramadhan and the Yaoi genre which will be broadcast late at night via digital broadcasts and UHF waves. KBS also became the first broadcast station to broadcast local animated series from Phinbella and from abroad during the day and broadcast anime at night since -12BP, its competitors also broadcast it but the first private broadcast station, SBS only broadcasts dubbed animation programs in bilingual Istvanistani and Jing language alone can be controversial, and it is said SBS aired it not to the liking of the Phinbellan people causing its viewers to turn to KBS which broadcasts animations that dubbed into its four multilingual main languages according to specific regions.

Since RP 2614, KBS added its transmitter station in the Phinbella's capital at the time, Bandar Baru Fatin to 1Radio National Network broadcast with a frequency of 93.8 MHz, while the transmitter station in the old headquarters area in Hulu Teming uses a frequency of 92.3 MHz. In early RP 2616, since the beginning of the reconstruction of Negara Awan which will be the new capital of the Federal Republic of Phinbella, construction of the new headquarters also began in February RP 2616 where the site is located near Bukit Berawan and The Istana. The local broadcasts of 1Radio, 2Radio and Programma Dua in Bandar Baru Fatin have been moved to Negara Awan broadcasting station, and started broadcasting on 20 April RP 2616 under the name KBS 1Radio 89.3 Negara Awan-Bandar Baru Fatin, KBS Happy Radio Negara Awan-Bandar Baru Fatin and KBS 1TV Programma Dua Negara Awan-Bandar Baru Fatin, and the channels can include its broadcasts in Bandar Baru Fatin, Bunam, Karaikal and Kōhō and the surrounding areas through existing transmitters. On August 1 of the same year, KBS had started moving from Teruntum, Hulu Teming to a new headquarters in Nilam Puri, Negara Awan, but broadcasts from Hulu Teming continued until August 8, KBS had started its national broadcast from Negara Awan when the city this was officially declared the new capital of Phinbella.

Satellite broadcasting

KBS started its satellite broadcasting service in early -4BP with its trial broadcast in December -4BP, four years later, after KBS's broadcasting status was changed to public broadcasting, then on the same day satellite broadcasting was officially launched known as KBS BSTV which is currently as KBS BS1TV. At the same time, satellite broadcasting in high definition was also started on an experimental basis and the channel was launched ten days after the launch of KBS BS1. In RP 2604, KBS BS2TV was launched in a trial broadcast on 10 December. Two years later, KBS BS2TV began regular broadcasting on January 1, RP 2607. On 19 November RP 2616, KBS BShiTV ended its broadcast and replaced it with two ultra-high definition satellite channels (KBS BS4K and KBS BS8K) which were launched a day later. Each KBS satellite channel broadcasts certain programs, Telenovela Gangwol and local animations programs are broadcast on BS1 while foreign dramas, Taesongean dramas and anime are broadcast on BS2, various programs including documentaries, sports and films are also broadcast through UHD in BS4K and BS8K.

International satellite broadcasting outside Phinbella including in Keltia, western Cibola and Corum began in -3BP when KBS Planet was launched, where the channel is dedicated to Phinbella people living abroad, now known as KBS Phinminjok Television Network is divided into two channels. And in RP 2612, KBS International Service was launched, dedicated to broadcasting programs promoting Phinbella in the eyes of the Micras. KBS International could not be available in its northern, southwestern and eastern neighbors as well as in Eura due to radio and satellite jamming at its border.

Digital television

KBS began launching digital television broadcasts on 5 August RP 2607 through BS Digital and terrestrial broadcasts in eight cities and metropolitan areas (Hulu Teming, Tampines, San Furansōkyō, Danville, Springwind Islands, Cyborges, Kota Hilir and Bobodolands), it is known as a 2D service, followed by the start digital terrestrial TV broadcasts in other cities on November 10, RP 2610. KBS’s digital television coverage will be expanded to today by RP 2626, and plans to end analogue broadcasting in RP 2630.


Terrestrial television

KBS broadcasts three terrestrial television channels:

  • KBS 1TV (Channel 4.1) - A 24-hour national flagship channel of KBS aired news and information programs, children's programming, with mostly local dramas and imported programmes such as Filipino and Liberadosan telenovelas, Phineaner dramas from neighbouring Plazas de Irian, Taesongean dramas or Sanpanese dramas and to a lesser extent, Thracistani, Antakian and Hazar dramas. KBS1 also airs public information films and minor entertainment programming, but the majority of which is on KBS2.
  • KBS 2TV (Channel 10.1) - A 21-hour second channel of KBS airs entertainment programmes, also airing Phineaner dramas, Soap operas in English from Anglophone countries, Taesongean dramas and Sanpanese dramas. KBS2 also airs public information films and less news and current affairs programming, but the majority of which is on KBS1.

Note: These channels have news content. However, the newscasts of the news division are primarily aired on KBS 1TV. Some of the channels tends to simulcast the news division's programs including KBS BS2TV, while KBS 2TV replays some of the division's news programs.

Regional stations

KBS has 42 regional stations covering all regional markets in Phinbella, shown below in their native names and broadcast area.

Digital channels

  • Berita KBS (Channel 4.3) - A 24-hour news channel of KBS, a digital sub-channel of KBS 1TV, have program slot called Phinbella Today. Broadcasting KBS' news division programs.

Satellite television

  • KBS BS1TV - A general satellite channel offering diversified programmes on current affairs, education, information, arts and culture, and minority interests. It's also encoring local stations dramas and children programming.
  • KBS BS2TV - Airing KBS' productions programmes and imported programmes. Also simulcasting the live programming.
  • KBS BS4K and KBS BS8K - The Ultra High Definition channel. Airs music videos and re-runs of dramas.


National network

  • KBS 1Radio* (711 kHz AM/92.3 MHz FM KBS Radio One) - news, current affairs, drama, documentary and culture.
  • KBS 2Radio* (603 kHz AM/106.1 MHz FM KBS Happy FM) - Popular music.
  • KBS 3Radio (1134 kHz AM/104.9 MHz FM KBS Voice of Harmony FM) - Launched in -14BP. It was later replaced by KBS Radio 2's regional radio service and Educational FM (now Radioa Phinbella Iduukasiyon - RPI). Later re-launched in 2000 as a spin-off from KBS Radio 2. For the first time in RP 2606, it was launched on FM and restructured as a radio station for the disabled.
  • KBS 1FM (87.7 MHz Radio Klasik) - classical music and folk music. Launched in -12BP as KBS Stereo, adopted current name in -10BP.
  • KBS 2FM (91.0 MHz/91.4 MHz Pelangi FM) - popular music.
  • KBS 3FM (88.4 MHz/95.9 MHz Pilihan FM) - broadcasts in English for the general public and Mandarin for the minority Jingdaoese in Phinbella, covering local information on current affairs, as well as contemporary music. Pre-recorded programmes for the small Cantonese-speaking Jingdaoese community are also broadcast on this channel on a daily basis.
  • KBS 7Radio (6.050 kHz shortwave/91.1 MHz Cartoon FM) - Phinbellan Aborigines programme.
  • KBS 8Radio (7.125 kHz/11.665 kHz shortwave/99.9 MHz Express FM) - Phinbellan dependencies programme.
  • KBS 9Radio (96.7 MHz/102.1 MHz Olikkalanjiam Network) - Phinbellan Indian programme.
  • KBS 10Radio (95.8 MHz/95.0 MHz Sangunese Network) - Phinbellan Sangunese programme.

Taemhwanian network

  • KBS T1Radio* (910 kHz AM/95.1 MHz FM KBS Rangkaian Taemhwan)
  • KBS T2Radio* (690 kHz AM/100.7 MHz FM KBS Blue Network)
  • KBS T1FM (95.8 MHz FM KBS Capital FM)
  • KBS T2FM (89.7 MHz/101.3 MHz FM KBS Yes FM)
  • KBS T3FM (96.3 MHz/102.5 MHz FM KBS Gold FM)
  • KBS T4FM (96.8 MHz/107.9 MHz FM KBS 968)


Note: * this radio have a regional stations.


TV programming


See also: Berita KBS

Keopuchean Broadcasting System offers news reports from local, national and international as well as sports. A KBS' flagship news program, Warta Perdana is broadcast daily at 20:00 NAT/21:20 PPT and it is broadcast in bilingual with both Phineaner and Taesongean audio tracks on KBS 1TV, KBS BS2 and KBS Phinminjok Television Channel 1. Meanwhile, the morning and afternoon news programs, namely Plaza News and Warta Tengahari, are also broadcast in bilingual and also broadcast on the same channels. KBS' flagship Common Tongue language news, Primetime Gazzete (formerly Six Three Zero Report, Common Tongue News Service and News at 10) is broadcast daily at 22:00 NAT/23:20 PPT, also broadcast on KBS 1TV. World News is broadcast on KBS BS1TV at night under the name Warta Dunia 24, while it is broadcast in the morning under the name Catch! Dunia Top, it was also broadcast on KBS Phinminjok 1TV. News on KBS BS1TV is broadcast at 20:50 NAT except during live sports event such as PP.League and so on, while KBS BS1TV also broadcasts Common Tongue Satellite News Service at 16:30 NAT.

KBS offers regional news (broadcast on Programma Dua), regional language news (also broadcast on Programma Dua, such as news in Thriak in Iñderaqonır and news in Kristang in Kota Hilir) and educational news (broadcast on KBS 2TV, KBS BS1 and simultaneously in TPI). KBS International News Headlines is a Common Tongue language news program designed for overseas audiences and aired on KBS International Service.

KBS also broadcasts news in Afrikaans (at 17:30 NAT), Romansh (at 14:30 NAT) and Sangunese (at 19:00 NAT) on KBS 2TV, while news in Eeshan is broadcast at 16:00 NAT, Cantonese at 13:00 NAT and Jing at 19:30 NAT. KBS 2TV also broadcasts its own flagship news, Newstime which airs at 21:00 NAT and at 09:00 NAT. KBS 2TV is often given the right to broadcast news for other national language speakers and Phinbellan Indian viewers.

Emergency reporting



Phinbellan dramas

Animation programs

See also