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  2. Trans TV - Wikipedia

    Trans TV is an Indonesian free-to-air television network based in South Jakarta that was launched on December 15, 2001 and owned by Chairul Tanjung. Programming consists of newscasts, movies, drama series, variety shows, quiz shows, and children's television series.

  3. Trans7 - Wikipedia

    The channel was officially launched as TV7 on 25 November 2001 at 5:00 PM local time. The final transmission and broadcast aired on 15 December 2006 at 19:00 WIB. The network was then sold by Kompas Gramedia Group and the new owners changed the name from TV7 to Trans7. History [] The logo of TV7, used from 25 November 2001 until 15 December 2006

  4. List of television stations in Indonesia - Wikipedia

    For 27 years, Indonesians could only watch one television channel TVRI. In 1989, the government finally allowed RCTI to broadcast as the first private television network in Indonesia, although only people who had a satellite dish and decoder could watch. National networks and channels [ edit] Free-to-air [ edit]

  5. Trans Media - Wikipedia

    PT Televisi Transformasi Indonesia ( Trans TV) PT Duta Visual Nusantara Tivi Tujuh ( Trans7) PT Trans News Corpora ( CNN Indonesia) (licensed from Warner Bros. Discovery International) PT Trans Berita Bisnis ( CNBC Indonesia) (licensed from NBCUniversal International Networks) PT Trans Digital Media ( detik Network )

  6. CNBC Indonesia - Wikipedia

    Consumer News and Business Channel Indonesia (known as CNBC Indonesia and abbreviated as CNBC ID) is an Indonesian television network owned by Trans Media in collaboration with Comcast 's NBCUniversal under CNBC license.

  7. NET (Indonesian TV network) - Wikipedia

    NET (an initialism of News and Entertainment Television, stylized as NET.) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network that was launched on 26 May 2013. It replaced Spacetoon on terrestrial television. [1] The channel's programming is focused towards family and young viewers.

  8. Television in Indonesia - Wikipedia

    Up to now, there are only six satellite pay TV operators which still operating: MNC Vision, K-Vision, Transvision, Nex Parabola, Skynindo and Kugosky. Besides pay television services, free-to-air satellite television is available nationwide through various satellites, such as Telkom-4 and AsiaSat 9.