With wide reach, excellent engagement and highly specific targeting, TV advertising is a highly effective medium in Indonesia.
The stations contained below represent a balanced cross section of the most successful stations targeting a range of audiences.
With sound industry knowledge we are well placed to help you create a successful TV ad campaign.
ADVERTISE ON THESE INDONESIAN TV STATIONS
ANTV (short for Andalas Televisi) is an Indonesian national private television station. Its programs consist of soap operas, sports coverage, infotainment and news.
Bali TV is a privately owned Indonesian television station belongs to Bali Post Media Group covering the island of Bali.
The station became well known for regularly broadcasting in the Balinese language. Some examples include the broadcast of Balinese songs and ceremonies. News is also broadcast, in Indonesian
Bandung TV is the first private local television station in the city of Bandung, West Java. As a place for Sundanese society’s creativity, Bandung TV emphasizes its program on enlightenment efforts in all aspects of life with the foundation of cultural arts.
CNN Indonesia is an Indonesian free-to-air television news channel owned by Trans Media in collaboration with AT&T’s WarnerMedia under its CNN division. CNN Indonesia was launched on 17 August 2015.
GTV (formerly known as TVG and Global TV) is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel. It was launched on 1 January 1998. The station airs reality and game shows, along with Nickelodeon cartoons making up its programming schedule.
“Indosiar is an Indonesian television station. It broadcasts nationwide on UHF and is able to be received throughout the Indonesian archipelago on analog PAL television sets, established on 11 January 1995.
The station has a strong focus on cultural programming, such as a wayang performance (which no longer aired) and dangdut talent shows. It has recently featured occasional sport programmes and television series. “
Jawa Pos TV (formerly known as JPMC and Radar TV) is a networked private television station in Indonesia. Jawa Pos TV is part of the Jawa Pos Group. JTV is the first national regional private television that broadcast the several programs in the Javanese language. Programs features general news, music, talk shows and general entertainment.
“Jogja TV is the first local television that stands in Yogyakarta.
By presenting a program with 80% local content, Jogja TV is expected to be truly able to meet the people’s needs for information and entertainment from their own region. As a local television that promotes local content with a target audience of segments.”
JTV Surabaya is the abbreviation of JawaPos Media Televisi, is a private television channel in Surabaya, East Java. JTV is the first national regional private television that broadcasts the several programs in Javanese language.
Kompas TV is a national terrestrial private television station in Indonesia. Kompas TV is a television content provider owned by Kompas Gramedia Group. News shows are included. Children’s programming is broadcast every weekdays and cartoon. Sports like Formula 1 are the best for Kompas TV because Kompas TV was the first HD channel to broadcast F1. Dramas likes Duet and Antologi are primetime series.
“Metro TV is Indonesia’s first 24-hour news channel, based in West Jakarta. The station was established on 25 November 2000 and now has over 53 transmission sites all over the country. It is owned by Surya Paloh who also owns the Media Indonesia daily. These two, along with other newspapers distributed in different parts of Indonesia, are part of the Media Group.
It is the only TV station to offer Mandarin news and no sinetron (soap opera) programs in Indonesia, although recently the station has also begun to broadcast entertainment and multicultural programs such as the tech show “”e-Lifestyle,”” the satirical news and current affairs show “”Republik Mimpi”” (The Dream Republic), musical programming such as Musik + and Idenesia, and other special or regional programming. “
MNCTV, formerly known as TPI and Televisi Keluarga Indonesia is an Indonesian private television station. It began broadcasting on 1 August 1990, at first broadcasting only educational programs, but has since become similar to other Indonesian TV stations, showing programs such as quizzes, sinetron (soap operas), reality TV shows, sports shows, and recently, dangdut music
NET (News and Entertainment Television) is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel that was launched on 26 May 2013. It replaced Spacetoon Indonesia on terrestrial television. The channel’s programming is focused on family and young viewers.
RCTI (Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network based in West Jakarta. Its programming consists of news bulletins, sports events and soap operas.
Rajawali Televisi (abbreviated to RTV, previously known as the B Channel) is a national private television station in Indonesia, owned by Rajawali Corpora and Mayapada. RTV is segmented as “family television”, licensed via the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission, and its frequency is coordinated through the Department of Transportation.
Surya Citra TV (SCTV) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network. It was launched on 24 August 1990 in Surabaya, East Java as Surabaya Citra Televisi, broadcasting to the city and its surrounding area. At first, the programming was similar to that of RCTI, using some of their news programs until they could produce their own.
“Sriwijaya TV adalah sebuah stasiun televisi di Sumatra Selatan. Sriwijaya TV merupakan televisi lokal kedua selain Palembang TV.
Sriwijaya TV presents programs that are informative and support the business world in Palembang.”
“Surabaya TV is a local television station with broadcasting areas in the city of Surabaya and surrounding areas.
Surabaya TV is here to answer the needs of the news-based and business economy, Surabaya TV presents programs that are informative and support the business world in Surabaya.”
“Trans 7 (formerly known as TV7) is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel owned by Trans Media and owned by Trans Corp.
Trans 7 is the home of MotoGP in indonesia for 20 years since 2002 and will end in 2022 due to the new broadcasting rights contract. “
Trans TV (Televisi Transformasi Indonesia) is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel based in South Jakarta. Owned by Chairul Tanjung, it was launched on 15 December 2001. It is similar to other commercial stations, its programming consists of newscasts, movies, drama series, variety shows, quiz shows and kids TV series.
“tvOne is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel based in East Jakarta. It used to be known as Lativi, but changed its name after an ownership swap in February 2008. tvOne is owned by and Visi Media Asia.
Currently, tvOne broadcasts general news and current affairs programming during the daily schedule and some sports and live events programming during afternoons and some evening and weekend timeslots. Aside from its daily news bulletins, tvOne broadcasts a three-minute news summary every hour outside its bulletins and live breaking news.”
TVRI (Televisi Republik Indonesia, Television of the Republic of Indonesia) is a state-owned, public broadcasting television network and the oldest television entity in Indonesia. Programmes consists of news, soap operas, entertainment talkshows and music