List of television stations in Indonesia

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This is list of television stations in Indonesia. For 27 years, Indonesians could only watch one television channel, TVRI. But, in 1989 the government finally allowed RCTI to broadcast as the first private television station in Indonesia, although only people who have a satellite dish and decoder to watch it.

Free-to-air[edit]

Free-to-air television stations and networks in Indonesia can be received by using a UHF/VHF antenna. Since the enactment of UU Penyiaran No. 32/2002 (Broadcasting Act No. 32/2002), terrestrial television broadcasts license are granted only to local television stations. Any television entities that wish to broadcast nationally must affiliate with other local stations.

Terrestrial television[edit]

National[edit]

Name Owner Launched Genre Type Notes
TVRI Government of Indonesia 24 August 1962 (1962-08-24) General Public
RCTI Media Nusantara Citra 24 August 1989 (1989-08-24) Commercial
MNCTV 23 January 1991 (1991-01-23) Formerly known as TPI until 20 October 2010.
Global TV 8 October 2002 (2002-10-08) Formerly known as TVG until 15 January 2005.
SCTV Emtek 24 August 1990 (1990-08-24) The acronym is formerly known as Surabaya Central Televisi until 23 August 1993.
Indosiar 11 January 1995 (1995-01-11)
antv Visi Media Asia 1 March 1993 (1993-03-01) Formerly known as ANTeve until 28 February 2003.
tvOne 30 July 2002 (2002-07-30) News and sports Formerly known as Lativi until 14 February 2008.
MetroTV Media Group 25 November 2000 (2000-11-25) News
Trans7 Trans Media 25 November 2001 (2001-11-25) General Formerly known as TV7 until 15 December 2006.
Trans TV 15 December 2001 (2001-12-15)

Network[edit]

Since the enactment of Broadcasting Act No. 32/2002, there are several television entities that have networked with local television stations in various regions.

Name Launched Owner Network type Affiliates Notes
Bali TV Network/Indonesia Network 2002 Bali Post Media Group Television network 7
City TV Network Mahaka Media Network of television stations 19
JPMC (Jawa Pos Multimedia Corporation) Jawa Pos Network of television stations 29
Kompas TV 2011 Kompas Gramedia Television network 12
NET. 2013 Indika Group Television network n/a The network replaced Spacetoon Indonesia, a children channel which first aired in 2005.
RTV 2009 Rajawali Corpora Television network 29 Formerly known as B-Channel until 2 May 2014.
SINDOtv 2011 Media Nusantara Citra Television network 34 The network replaced SUN TV, which first aired in 2007.
TempoTV 2010 Tempo Inti Media Content provider 51
Top TV Network 2007 Salim Group (begins 7 February 2015) Network of television stations 7

Digital television[edit]

List of television stations by region[edit]

Jabodetabek[edit]

Freq. Station name City of license Status History
21 CB Channel Depok Local Reformation
22 Banten TV Jabodetabek
23 Rajawali Televisi Jakarta
24 Teman TV Cibinong
25 Megaswara TV Bogor
26 Cahaya TV Tangerang
27 NET. Jakarta
28 Kompas TV
29 Trans TV National
30 BeritaSatu TV
31 TVRI Jakarta Local
33 O Channel Local Reformation
34 SINDOtv Tangerang
35 Elshinta TV Jakarta
37 MNCTV National New Order
39 TVRI Nasional New Order
41 Indosiar National
43 RCTI
45 SCTV
47 ANTV
49 Trans7 Reformation
51 Global TV
53 TVOne
55 Jak TV Local
56 Super TV Bekasi Local
57 Metro TV National
59 DAAI TV Local
60 Radar TV Tangerang
61 Depok TV Depok

Bandung Metropolitan Area[edit]

  • IMTV - 22 UHF
  • GARUDA VISION - 24 UHF
  • PJTV - 28 UHF
  • NET. - 30 UHF
  • STV - 34 UHF
  • CT Channel - 36 UHF
  • Bandung TV - 38 UHF
  • MQTV - 60 UHF
  • I CHANNEL TV/(Riauchannel) - 26 UHF

Depok/Bekasi[edit]

Manado[edit]

  • M CHANNEL - 26 UHF
  • PACIFIC TV- 36 UHF
  • CHANNEL ONE (B CHANNEL)- 38 UHF
  • MANADO TV-55 UHF

Surabaya[edit]

Malang[edit]

  • kunam TV 24 UHF
  • Dhamma TV 26 UHF
  • Gajayana TV 28 UHF
  • Agropolitan TV (ATV) 32 UHF
  • JTV Malang 34 UHF
  • Batu Televisi (Cahaya TV Network) 48 UHF
  • Malang TV 50 UHF
  • Family Television (FTV) 52 UHF
  • NET. 58 UHF
  • NAA TV 31 UHF

Semarang[edit]

  • TVB - 47 UHF
  • TVKU - 49 UHF
  • Pro TV - 45 UHF
  • Semarang TV - 53 UHF

Yogyakarta/Solo[edit]

  • Jogja TV - 48 UHF
  • RBTV - 40 UHF
  • TATV - 50 UHF
  • ADiTV - 44 UHF
  • Nusa TV - 56 UHF

Denpasar[edit]

  • Bali TV - 49 UHF
  • Dewata TV - 23 UHF
  • BMC - 53 UHF
  • NET. - 39 UHF

Makassar[edit]

  • CelebesTV - 31 UHF
  • Fajar TV/(JTV) - 49 UHF
  • Makassar TV/(KOMPASTV)- 23 UHF
  • SUN TV Makassar/(SINDOTV) - 51 UHF
  • TVRI Sulawesi Selatan/(TVRI) - 37 UHF
  • Cakrawala TV/(B-Channel) (Test card) - 57 UHF
  • NET. - 63 UHF
  • VE Channel - 59 UHF

Medan[edit]

  • NET. - 43 UHF
  • Deli TV - 45 UHF
  • DAAI TV - 49 UHF
  • CNTV - 51 UHF

Pandeglang/Serang[edit]

South Papua[edit]

West Papua[edit]

Pay television provider[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Terrestrial stations[edit]

Cable[edit]

Satellite[edit]

Mobile[edit]