Indosiar

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Indosiar
Launched January 11, 1995
Owned by Salim Group (1995-2011)
Bimantara Citra (1995-1996)
Indosiar Karya Media (2003-2011)
Elang Mahkota Teknologi (2011-present)
Surya Citra Media (2013-2014)
Picture format 576i 4:3 (PAL SDTV)
576i 16:9 (Digital SDTV)
Slogan Memang untuk Anda (Indeed for You)
(1995-Present)
Country Indonesia
Language Indonesian
Broadcast area Free To Air/Cable/Satellite
Headquarters Indosiar Television Centre Building, Jalan Damai 11, Daan Mogot, West Jakarta
Sister channel(s) RCTI (1995-1996)
TPI (1998-2000)
ANteve (1998-2000)
SCTV (1995-1996,2011-2014)
O Channel (2011-present)
Garuda Vision TV (2013-present)
Website www.indosiar.com
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue Normally tuned to channel 41 (UHF) a capital of Jakarta
Digital 44 (UHF) DVB-T2
Source Asiawaves Home Page
Satellite
Indovision Channel 91
TelkomVision Channel ??
Astro Nusantara Channel 3
Cable
First Media Channel 13
TelkomVision Channel  ??
IndosatM2 Channel  ??
Streaming media
mivo.tv www.mivo.tv

PT. Indosiar Visual Mandiri (Indosiar for short) is a national television station in Indonesia, operating in West Jakarta since 1994. It was listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange in 2004. Citibank Singapore has an 8.5 percent shareholding.[1] The parent company, PT Indosiar Karya Media Tbk, employs some 1,550 people and is a member company of Emtek since 2011.[2] Currently, Indosiar is fully owned by Emtek's subsidiary, Surya Citra Media since May 1, 2013 after the merger with IDKM.

Programming[edit]

The station has a strong focus on cultural programming, such as a program dedicated to wayang performance. At the same time, it has recently been broadening its horizon with reality shows, talk shows and drama series, particularly "sinetron" soap operas with themes such as love and family.

Indosiar shows some Korean, Japanese, and Taiwanese dramas, including Hwang Ji Ni (or Hwag Jin Yi), Jewel in the Palace (Dae Jang Geum), Princess Hours (Goong), Prince Hours (Goong S), Full House, Boys Before Flowers, My Fair Lady, No Limits, Style, Brilliant Legacy, Great Queen Seon Deok and 18 vs 29, all from Korea; One Litre of Tears (or One litre no Namida), Ultraman Mebius, Detective Conan, and Hanazakari no Kimitachi e from Japan; and Romance in the White House and Starlit from Taiwan. and Indosiar Show Indonesian Cartoons, there are Keluarga Somat (lit:Somat Family), Broadcast since June 2013.

Other popular Indosiar programs include singing competitions such as Akademi Fantasi Indosiar, the most popular singing talent search in Indonesia, Supersoulmate Show, Mamamia, and Stardut. Supersoulmate Show is hosted by Eko Patrio and Ruben Onsu, Mamamia is hosted by Denny Cagur and Ruben Onsu, and Stardut is hosted by Choky Sitohang. The station has aimed for more popularity through reality shows, such as its Take Me Out Indonesia, a dating show started in 2009.[2] In 2014, Indosiar broadcast the new Variety Show, There are Dangdut Academy, Comedy Academy, D T3rong Show and Goyang-goyang Senggol

In 2013, Indosiar broadcast television movies from Mega Kreasi Films, and soap operas from Amanah Surga Productions, broadcast together with SCTV.

Sports programming[edit]

Indosiar broadcast motorsports such as NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from 2003-2004. In 2005, Indosiar cut off the NASCAR programme. It broadcast FA Premier League from 1998-2000, and then again from 2013-2014 with SCTV. Indosiar broadcast Serie A from 2005 until 2007, and the program returned in 2011 and broadcast the Inter Milan-A. C. Milan match in 2014. Indosiar also broadcasts Orange Top 14 from 2010. Indosiar also broadcasts Kalbe Super Rugby.

From 2012 to 2013, Indosiar broadcast Bundesliga.

Popularity[edit]

Its claimed audience share for September 2008 was 16.2% of viewers.[3] By December 2009 this share had shrunk to 11.6%.[4]

Logos[edit]

Indosiar has used several logos throughout its history. The current logo design debuted in 1995 and was revived in 2012, copying TVB's logo design.

Notable Main Directors[edit]

  • Eko Santoso (1995-1996)
  • Anky Handoko (1996-2011)
  • Lie Halim (2011-2013)
  • O Loe Soei Kim (2013-2014)
  • Drs.Imam Sudjarwo, MP (2014–present)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Investor Fact Sheet (in Indonesian) (PDF). Retrieved 8 December 2008.
  2. ^ a b "Indosiar Employees Rally Demanding a Pay Rise". The Jakarta Globe website. 11 January 2010. Retrieved 11 February 2010. 
  3. ^ "Audience Share Report from Indosiar" (PDF) (in Indonesian). Retrieved 8 December 2008. 
  4. ^ "Audience Share: All Telecast Hours, All Markets" (PDF). Retrieved 11 February 2010. 

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