Do you want to take advantage of the print advertising network in Indonesia? Then you’ve come to the right place. Empire can help place your advertisement in the best national and local publications to ensure great reach and high recall from the new york readers. Print advertising in Indonesia is a tried and tested method for brand exposure that remains effective in a sound media mix today.
With a mix of broad mass and a range of highly niche publications, Empire is able to offer print ad campaigns that are specific to your needs and guaranteed to reach your target audience.
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Banjarmasin Post is a daily newspaper published in South Kalimantan, which is a member of the Kompas Gramedia Group. Its head office is in the city of Banjarbaru.
Bisnis Indonesia (lit. Indonesian Business) is a daily newspaper, published in Jakarta, Indonesia. Bisnis Indonesia primarily covers Indonesian financial and business news and issues.
Bobo Magazine is a popular reading of Indonesian children, published since April 14, 1973. This magazine is the Indonesian version of a similar magazine in the Netherlands with content adjustments. The Indonesian edition is published once a week, published by the Kompas Gramedia Group.
Cosmopolitan is a modern women’s lifestyle magazine published in Indonesia since 1997, then under the name Cosmopolitan. Since August 2001, the magazine has been published under the name Cosmopolitan. This magazine is published in Indonesia by PT Higina Alhadin. In fact, this magazine originates from the United States.
Femina is a magazine for smart, independent, modern Indonesian women.
GADIS is the name of a teenage girl magazine originating from Indonesia which was first published in 1973 and is very popular in Indonesia. The Indonesian edition is published by Femina Group. In addition to the print edition, an online edition is also available.
GATRA is a weekly news magazine published in Indonesia since 1994. Many members of the TEMPO magazine that had just been banned at the time then became founding members of this magazine. Founded by a businessman close to the New Order regime, Bob Hasan, this magazine was known to the government when the New Order government was still in power. Like TEMPO, the cover format also mimics the cover of TIME magazine with a red line along the side.
Harian Indonesia (English: Indonesia Daily), now branded in Chinese as 印尼星洲日报 (English: Indonesia – Sin Chew Daily), is a Chinese-language newspaper published in Indonesia. The paper is the oldest Chinese-language paper in Indonesia.
Indonesia Design magazine is rich with in-depth, innovative and exciting content about architecture, art, interior, product design and all of their allied fields from within the archipelago and beyond.
Intisari is the name of a monthly magazine that originated in Indonesia and was first published in 1963 in Indonesian.
Jawa Pos (The Java Post) is an Indonesian national daily newspaper based in Surabaya, East Java. Jawa Pos was launched by Suseno Tedjo or The Chung Shen on July 1, 1949. The parent company, “Jawa Pos Group”, is owned by Indonesian media tycoon Dahlan Iskan.
Kompas is an Indonesian national newspaper. Published by Kompas Gramedia, it has been in publication since 28 June 1965.
Kompas also manages an online portal KOMPAS.id, which contains updated news and the digital version of the paper.
Koran Sindo (lit. Sindo Paper, previously Harian Seputar Indonesia) is an Indonesian newspaper published by Media Nusantara Citra. The newspaper was first published on June 26, 2005. The term “Sindo” is taken from the abbreviation of Seputar Indonesia, the flagship news program on RCTI.
Koran Tempo is an Indonesian newspaper in Indonesia. It is owned by PT Tempo Inti Media Harian.
Media Indonesia (The Indonesian Media) is an Indonesian daily newspaper published in Jakarta. Reports say Media Indonesia is the second largest newspaper in Indonesia after the Kompas daily, and the third is Jawa Pos. Media Indonesia’s market share was growing from one percent to 18 percent in 2003 (AC Nielsen).
The NOVA Tabloid is a tabloid whose contents include music, television and entertainment, published by the NOVA GROUP Company. This tabloid was first published in 1988. This tabloid focuses on content about the world of women. These tabloids generally provide entertainment information such as soap operas, films, music, food, and others. This tabloid is also read by men.
Pikiran Rakyat (lit. People’s Thought) is a daily newspaper published in Bandung, Indonesia. Its circulation covers West Java and Banten Province.
Pos Kota (The City Post) is an Indonesian daily newspaper published in Jakarta, published by PT. Media Antarkota Jaya since 1970. Generally, the newspaper contains local, crime, and society news, as well as sports and entertainment news targeted for the mid-lower society. One distinctive feature of the newspaper is the conspicuous and irregular layout.
Radar Bandung is a daily newspaper published in West Java, Indonesia. This newspaper belongs to the Jawa Pos group. Its head office is located in the city of Bandung. This newspaper was first published in 2003.
Republika is an Indonesian national daily newspaper. The newspaper is known, and described itself, as a publication for Muslim community.
Samarinda Pos is a daily newspaper published in Samarinda City, East Kalimantan. Samarinda Pos is a company of the Kaltim Post Group business group, also one of the Jawa Pos media groups. Samarinda Pos has its head office in the city of Samarinda, East Kalimantan.
Sriwijaya Post is a daily newspaper published in South Sumatra, Indonesia. This newspaper belongs to the Kompas Gramedia group. Its head office is located in the city of Palembang. This newspaper was first published in 1974.
Suara Pembaruan (literally Voice of Renewal) is an Indonesian evening daily newspaper. Founded in 1987 as a replacement for Sinar Harapan, it was one of the largest newspapers in Indonesia.
Sumatra Ekspres is a daily newspaper published in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. This newspaper belongs to the Jawa Pos group. Its head office is located in the city of Palembang. This newspaper was first published in 1962. Spread throughout the districts of South Sumatra province.
Tempo is an Indonesian weekly magazine that covers news and politics. It was founded by Goenawan Mohamad and Yusril Djalinus and the first edition was published on 6 March 1971.
The Jakarta Post is a daily English language newspaper in Indonesia. The paper is owned by PT Niskala Media Tenggara and based at the nation’s capital, Jakarta.
Tribun Bali is a daily newspaper published in Bali, Indonesia. This newspaper belongs to the Tribune Network group. Its head office is located in the city of Denpasar. This newspaper was first published in 2014.
These newspapers generally preach about music, national, sports and much more.
Tribun Medan is a daily newspaper published in North Sumatra, Indonesia. This newspaper belongs to the Kompas Gramedia group. Its head office is located in the city of Medan. This newspaper was first published in 2009.