NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) is Japan’s sole public media organization. Funded by fees from Japanese households and businesses, it has a reputation for impartial, high-quality programming. Through its six nationwide TV channels and three radio channels, NHK reaches about 60 million households and businesses. Besides being a broadcaster, NHK produces a vast array of high-quality programs covering news, documentaries, children’s and educational programs, music, entertainment, culture, animation, and drama. Known as the pioneer of HD, NHK now actively produces programs in 4K and 8K.