Screenshot of Fuji TV's YouTube page.
Fuji TV announced on Tuesday, April 17, that it will begin uploading complete episodes of several Japanese shows online. According to Tokyograph, the broadcast was made in efforts to "spread [Fuji TV] contents globally and to attract new viewers, while also increasing its online advertising revenue."
Fuji TV plans to upload around 40 videos a day to its six channels: "FNN Fuji News Network," "Shinhodo 2001 (web version)," "BS Fuji Live Prime News," "Who wants to be on Fuji Television?," "Idoling!!!" and "Fuji TV Anime."
All channels will be available worldwide excluding the "Fuji TV Anime" channel, which includes Thermae Romae and Kuchu Buranko.
According to Variety, Fuji TV is now the first Japanese commercial network to regularly broadcast full versions of its shows free of charge.
"By utilizing the world's largest video platform, YouTube, with over 800 million users, Fuji TV aims to further promote its program content worldwide and multilaterally," Fuji TV published on its website.
The Fuji TV YouTube channel can be found here.