SCTV (Indonesia)

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Not to be confused with Surya TV, the Malayalam language television station..
SCTV
PT Surya Citra Televisi
SCTV logo since 2005, designed by Lambie-Nairn
Launched 24 August 1990
Owned by Bimantara Citra (1990-1999)
Surya Citra Media (1999-present)
Elang Mahkota Teknologi (2011-present)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Slogan Satu Untuk Semua (One for All)
Country Indonesia
Broadcast area Free-to-air/cable/satellite
Headquarters Jalan Darmo Permai, Surabaya (1990-1993)
Wisma AKR, West Jakarta (1993-1996)
Wisma Indovision, West Jakarta (1996-2000)
Graha SCTV, Jalan Gatot Subroto, South Jakarta (2000-2008)
SCTV Tower, Senayan City
Jalan Asia Afrika Lot 19, Central Jakarta (2008-present)
Sister channel(s) RCTI (1990-1996)
Indosiar (2011-present)
O Channel (2005-present)
Garuda Vision TV (2013-present)
Website www.sctv.co.id
Availability
Terrestrial
Ambon 10 UHF
Balikpapan 32 UHF
Banda Aceh 30 UHF
Bandar Lampung 34 UHF
Bandung 52 UHF
Banjarmasin 34 UHF
Banyuwangi 42 UHF
Batam 47 UHF
Bengkulu 26 UHF
Bontang 26 UHF
Bukittinggi 60 UHF
Cilegon 55 UHF
Cirebon 26 UHF
Denpasar 31 UHF
Garut 30 UHF
Jakarta 45 UHF
Jambi 35 UHF
Jayapura 30 UHF
Jember 62 UHF
Kediri 53 UHF
Satellite
Indovision 89
Aora Channel 911
Aora TV 911
Astro Channel 4
Cable
First Media 10
Starhub TV (Singapore) Channel 165 (Coming on January 2015 This Channel will be Broadcasting in Singapore via StarHub TV)
IPTV
Mio TV (Singapore) Channel 692 (Coming Soon on January 2015 This Channel will be Broadcasting in Singapore via SingTel mio TV)
Streaming media
MIVO.TV www.mivo.tv
4STREAMER.COM 4streamer.com

Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV) is an Indonesian television station. The channel is the second private television station in Indonesia after RCTI.

SCTV began broadcasting on August 24, 1990 in Surabaya, East Java as Surabaya Centra Televisi, broadcasting to the city and the surrounding area. At first, the programming was similar to that of RCTI, using some of their news programs until they could produce their own. On August 1, 1993, SCTV obtained a national license and eventually moved its operations to Jakarta, changing its name to Surya Citra Televisi.

Its main office is in Central Jakarta, with studios in West Jakarta. It is owned by Surya Citra Media, part of the technology solution company Emtek.

On February 18, 2011, the commissioners of its parent companies Indosiar and SCTV agreed to a merger, although this was subject to government approval due to both companies going public.[1]

Local programming[edit]

The East Java version of Liputan 6 SCTV, which can only be seen in Surabaya, debuted in 2001. The North Sumatra version of Liputan 6 SCTV is seen on SCTV Medan at 9.30am and re-run at 4.00pm on SCTV; this version debuted in 1997. Depending on the relay station, additional local programs may also be seen.

Soap Operas[edit]

In order to Broadcast to soap operas, SCTV Has used Screenplay Productions and Amanah Surga Produksi (AS Productions). There are Cowokku Superboy, Bidadari Takut Jatuh Cinta, Putih Abu-Abu (Since 2012), Cintaku Bersemi di Putih Abu-Abu The Series (Since 2012), Diam-Diam Suka, Ganteng-Ganteng Serigala, and Emak Ijah Pengen Ke Mekkah.

Sports Programming[edit]

SCTV Broadcast The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League For Season 2012-2013 Until Season 2014-2015 and SCTV Broadcast Premier League For Season 2013-2014 Until Season 2015-2016, Broadcast Together with Indosiar (Last Broadcast Season 1998-1999 until 1999-2000).

Slogans[edit]

  • 1990-1991: SCTV Surabaya Televisi (SCTV Surabaya Television)
  • 1991-1993 and 1995-1997: Ayo SCTV! (Go SCTV!)
  • 1991-1994: Saluran Hiburan and Informasi (SCTV Entertainment and Information Channel)
  • 1994-1997: Selalu Siap Menemani Anda (SCTV Always Ready to Accompany You)
  • 1997-2005: SCTV NgeTop! (SCTV Top! On)
  • 2005-present: SCTV Satu Untuk Semua (SCTV One for All)

Notable Main Directors[edit]

  • Slamet Supoyo (1990-1991)
  • Adi Satria (1991-1993)
  • Henry Pribadi (1993-1997)
  • Agus Mulyanto (1997-2001)
  • Lanny Rahardja (2001-2003)
  • Wisnu Hadi (2003-2005)
  • Fofo Sariaatmadja (2005-2011,2015-cooming soon)
  • Sutanto Hartono (2011-2013)
  • Grace Wiranata (2013-2015)

See also[edit]

  • RCTI, former sister channel (1990–1997).

References[edit]

External links[edit]