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YinYang One or simply known as YYInc TV1 (YinYangiese: 戈戊 戧戨 戩截; Gawu Qong Ge Jeji) is a flagship TV network of YinYang Incorporated and the commercial TV channel in YinYangia. It was launched in 1944 and its the very first fictional TV channel that started color broadcasting. Original Color Broadcasts Started in 1947, and full-color transmissions started in 1950.

HistoryEdit

YinYang 1 was launched on April 6th, 1944 as TBC, under the rule of Toralaq Republic. Antonio Marcos, the founder, and CEO of TBC was the operator of the network from 1944-1951. TBC broadcasts only 3 hours from 3:00pm-6:00 pm from Monday to Thursday. The day starts with 1 hour children programming, half-hour of news programming, TBC News at 4 (Now YinYang TV1 News@4), half hour of daily drama "The Edward Show", YinYang TV1's longest running program and it was so popular since the 40s, and one hour of women's programming, and close down with the Inner Indian Head test pattern used in the United States from the 40s or 50s. In 1946, the network started to broadcast 6 hours.

Color TelevisionEdit

On July 14, 1947, Original Color Transmissions started in some shows, except news. The staff announced that in 1947, color broadcasts will be on RCA and Technicolor broadcasting. On May 1, 1950, full-color transmissions started and news started in color on 1953. Later in 1959, TBC started to broadcast daily 8 hours from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. The first color Teledrama was "Three Men and Two Little Boys", started in 1952 and ended in 1973.

Launch of TBC 2 and TBC 3 and closure of two channels for 3 yearsEdit

On July 1, 1958, Second Television channel, TBC2 (now YYInc TV2), was launched and it was never black and white since TBC started full-color transmissions in 1950. TBC 2 runs 7:00am-10:00pm daily. The network airs a lot of teledramas and movies, known as the first Movie channel in YinYangia. Due to a power problem in 1961, TBC 2, along with TBC1 (then was just TBC), was temporarily shut down and went back on-air in 1964. On January 1, 1971, third television network, TBC3 (now YYInc TV3) was launched.

IdentsEdit

In May 1966, TBC and TBC2 idents premiered. They go like The red T, blue B, and yellow C zooms out and the full company name zooms out of the bottom in a black background. Like TBC, in TBC2, the green 2 zooms out at the top. They were discontinued in July 1970 and started a new set of idents.

TBC becoming TBC1Edit

After Joseph Antonio Fanales took over TBC on July 18, 1975, he announced that TBC channel will be renamed to TBC1. While the launch of the news channel, TBC News (Now YYInc News Channel) in 1987, the channel revived its original 1966-1970 idents to all the channels created by the Toralaq Broadcasting Corporation.

National Television Corporation AffiliationEdit

After Toralaq Republic dissolved in 1999, TBC renamed NTVC, TBC1 renamed NTVC 1, TBC2 renamed NTVC 2, TBC3 renamed NTVC 3 and TBC4 renamed to NTVC News24/7.

Modern DayEdit

NTVC renamed YYInc in 2006, and all the channel joined YYInc. And now, YYInc TV1 started to air cartoons, American Live-action shows, British sitcoms, documentaries, movies, drama etc.

ProgrammingEdit

Current ProgrammingEdit

Dramas Edit

  • The Edward Show
  • High Heel Girls
  • Not made by us
  • 7 Street Guys
  • Mr. VS Mrs.
  • The Angry German Kid Show (series on YouTube)

CartoonsEdit

  • The Loud House (2016-present)
  • Spongebob Squarepants (2000-Present)
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir (2016-present)
  • Trollhunters (2017-present)
  • The ZhuZhus (2017-present)
  • Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (2011-present)
  • Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016-present)
  • YinYangYo! (2006-Present)
  • RWBY (2013-present)
  • Rick and Morty (2015-present)
  • RWBY Chibi (2016-present)
  • My Life Me (2012-present) [Reaired episodes]
  • Franklin (1998-present) [Reaired episodes]
  • Pingu (1986-present) [Reaired episodes]
  • Sonic Boom (2015-present)
  • Gawayn (2010-present)
  • Girls vs. Aliens (2016-present)
  • Malachi Tyrus (2000-present)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2011-present)
  • DanTDM Creates a Big Scene (2017-present)
  • Fruit Ninja Frenzy Force (2017-present)
  • Hanazuki: Full of Treasures (2017-present)
  • Legend Quest (2017-present)
  • Futz! (2008-present) [Reaired episodes]

News ProgrammingEdit

  • YinYang News English
  • YinYang News Pilipino
  • YinYang News Japanese
  • YinYang News Chinese
  • NBC Nightly News (United States) [2013-Present]

Foreign Programming (Drama/Soap Opera/Sitcom)Edit

  • 2 Broke Girls (United States) [2014-Present]
  • Blossom (United States) [2011-Present]
  • Shortland Street (New Zealand) [1992-Present]
  • Technic Heroes (El Kadsre) [1976-present]
  • April Drive (North El Kadsre) [2012-present]
  • Phoenix Drop High (Mahri) [2016-present]
  • Escape the Night (United States) [2016-present]
  • Foursome (United States) [2016-present]
  • The Ranch (United States) [2016-present]
  • Y2K (El Kadsre) [2016-present]
  • Moments (Kensland) [2004-present]
  • Hard Rock Medical (Canada) [2013-present]
  • Fuller House (United States) [2016-present]
  • Suits (United States) [2011-present]
  • Shooter (United States) [2017-present]
  • Heartland (Canada) [2007-present]
  • Wanted (Australia) [2016-present]
  • The OA (United States) [2017-present]
  • 13 Reasons Why (United States) [2017-present]
  • Strangers Things (United States) [2016-present]
  • MyStreet: Starlight (Mahri) [2017-present]
  • Riverdale (United States) [2017-present]

Comedy Shows (Live-stream only)Edit

  • Prank Calls (1994-Present)
  • Dead Street Jokes (2009-Present)
  • Just for Laughs Gags (US, UK) [2010-Present]

Talk ShowsEdit

  • Downtown Streets (2003-Present)
  • High Creative Days (2007-Present)
  • Stewart (El Kadsre) [1990-present]
  • The Joseph Simons Show (Kensland) [2002-present]

Children's programming Edit

  • LazyTown (Iceland) [2004-present] (Re-aired episodes)
  • Magic Box (El Kadsre) [1996-present]
  • The Go Show (Sentan) [2005-present]
  • Fishtronaut (Brazil) [2013-present] (Re-aired episodes)
  • The Seaside Joke (2007-present)
  • Words of The Day (North El Kadsre) [2010-present]
  • Giver (Canada) [2012-present]

Entertainment (Live-stream only) Edit

  • Cash Struck YinYangia (2017-present)

Anime Edit

  • DokiDoki! PreCure (2017-present)

Specials Edit

  • Royal Variety Performance (United Kingdom) [1962-present]

Former programming Edit

News programming Edit

  • ITN World News (1987-1995)
  • BBC World News (1995-2013)

Cartoons Edit

  • Fred's Head (2008)
  • King Arthur's Disasters (2005-2006)
  • Stressed Eric (1998)
  • Jamie's Got Tentacles! (El Kadsre) [2011-2013]
  • Camp Lakebottom (2013-2015)
  • 6teen (2004-2010)
  • Winx Club (July 2004-December 2004)
  • Sonic X (2003-2004)
  • Courage: The Cowardly Dog (2000-2005)
  • Invader Zim (2003-2008)
  • 2DTV (2001-2004) (ITV UK production)
  • Delilah and Julius (2005-2008)
  • Newbie and the Disasters (2012-2013)
  • The New Adventures of Nanoboy (2009-2013)
  • Eloise: The Animated Series (2007)
  • Duckman (1994-1997)
  • Sabrina: The Animated Series (2000-2001)
  • Archie's Weird Mysteries (2000-2003)
  • Danger Mouse (1981-1992)
  • Count Duckula (1988-1993)
  • Caillou (1998-2000)
  • J.O.J.O [Barokia] (2012-2014)

Foreign programming (Drama/Soap operas/Sitcom) Edit

  • The Day Today (United Kingdom) [1994] (BBC UK production)
  • Republic of Doyle (Canada) [2010-2014]
  • The Late Show (Australia) [1992-1993] (ABC Australia production)
  • KYTV (United Kingdom) [1989-1993]
  • A Bit of Fry & Laurie (United Kingdom) [1989-1995]
  • The D-Generation (Australia) [1986-1989] (ABC Australia production)
  • Between the Lines (United Kingdom) [1992-1994]
  • Street Legal (New Zealand) [2000-2001, 2013]
  • Neighbours (El Kadsre) [1981-2006]
  • The Blue (New Zealand) [2013]
  • Cold Feet (United Kingdom) [1999-2004]
  • Skyways (Australia) [1979-1981, 2007-2010]
  • Not the Nine O'Clock News (United Kingdom) [1979-1982]
  • Brideshead Revisited (United Kingdom) [1981]
  • A Touch of Frost (United Kingdom) [1992-2010]
  • New Tricks (United Kingdom) [2003-2015]
  • Heartbeat (United Kingdom) [1992-2010]
  • Brookside (United Kingdom) [1982-2003]
  • Grange Hill (United Kingdom) [1978-2008]
  • Issues (New Zealand) [1992-1993] (Three New Zealand production)
  • Journeyman (United States) [2008]
  • House of Venus Show (Canada) [2005-2009]
  • End of Part One (United Kingdom) [1979-1980] (London Weekend Television production)
  • I Rock (Australia) [2010]
  • Saturday Night Armistice (United Kingdom) [1995-1999]
  • Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge (United Kingdom) [1995]
  • The Clinic (Ireland) [2003-2009]
  • Lalola (Argentina) [2007-2008]
  • Moving Wallpaper (United Kingdom) [2008-2009]
  • Chaser Non-Stop News Network (Australia) [2002-2003] (ABC Australia production)
  • Flash Gordon (United States) [2007-2008]
  • Bottom (United Kingdom) [1991-1995]
  • Fawlty Towers (United Kingdom) [1975-1979]
  • Party Down (United States) [2009-2010]
  • Rutland Weekend Television (United Kingdom) [1975-1976] (BBC UK production)
  • Blue Heelers (Australia) [1994-2006]
  • MyStreet (Mahri) [2015-2016]
  • MyStreet: Love~Love Paradise (Mahri) [2016]
  • MyStreet: The Emerald Secret (Mahri) [2016-2017]
  • Scare PewDiePie (United States) [2016]
  • More Issues (New Zealand) [1990-1992] (TVNZ production)
  • El Refugio (Argentina) [2006]
  • Derek (United Kingdom) [2012-2014]
  • Dead Ringers (United Kingdom) [2002-2007] (BBC UK production)
  • The 11 O'Clock Show (United Kingdom) [1998-2000] (Channel 4 UK production)
  • Facelift (New Zealand) [2005-2007]
  • Eating Media Lunch (New Zealand) [2003-2007] (TVNZ production)
  • Go Girls (New Zealand) [2009-2013]
  • Onion News Network (United States) [2011]
  • Food Party (United States) [2009-2010]

Children's programming Edit

  • Tickle on The Tum (United Kingdom) [1984-1988]
  • Wizadora (United Kingdom) [1993-1998]
  • Let's Pretend (United Kingdom) [1982-1988]
  • Rainbow (United Kingdom) [1972-1992]
  • Pigeon Street (United Kingdom) [1982]
  • Hi-5 (Australia) [1999-2011]
  • The Adventures of Abney & Teal (United Kingdom) [2011-2012]

Youth programming Edit

  • Freaky (New Zealand) [2003]
  • The Killian Curse (New Zealand) [2006, 2008]
  • Overruled! (Canada) [2010]
  • The Wannabes (United States) [2010-2014]
  • Sadie J (United Kingdom) [2011-2013]
  • The Latest Buzz (Canada) [2007-2010]

Anime Edit

  • Sword Art Online (2013)
  • Pretty Cure (2009-2010)
  • Pretty Cure Splash Star (2010-2011)
  • Yes! PreCure 5 (2011-2012)
  • Yes! PreCure GoGo! (2012-2013)
  • Fresh Pretty Cure! (2013-2014)
  • HeartCatch PreCure! (2014-2015)
  • Suite PreCure (2015-2016)
  • Glitter Force (2016-2017)
  • Sword Art Online II (2015)
  • K-On! (2012-2013)
  • Kamisama Kiss (2015-2016)
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica (2012)
  • Doraemon (1979-1984)

Other programming Edit

  • Whicker's World (United Kingdom) [1968-1983]
  • Box Office America [1996-2007]
  • Cybernet [1995-2010]
  • Gillette World Sport [1988-2008]

Sports Edit

  • ITV World of Sport (United Kingdom) [1965-1985]

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