Trans TV

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Trans TV
PT. Televisi Transformasi Indonesia
Trans TV 2013 logo.png
Launched December 15, 2001
Owned by Trans Media
Picture format PAL 576i (SDTV) 4:3
Slogan Milik Kita Bersama (Belongs together by us)
Country Indonesia
Broadcast area Free To Air/Cable/Satellite
Headquarters Trans TV Building
Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Sister channel(s) Trans7
(2006-present)
CNN Indonesia
(2014-present)
Website www.transtv.co.id
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital 40 (UHF) DVB-T2
Satellite
Indovision Channel 87
OkeVision Channel 107
Top TV Channel 87
TelkomVision Channel 145
YesTV Channel 145
Groovia TV Channel 104
Aora TV Channel 913
Skynindo Channel 65
Centrin TV Channel 816
Astro Nusantara Channel 5
Cable
First Media Channel 9
Nexmedia Channel 904
Streaming media
MIVO.TV www.mivo.tv
The Trans TV Building, headquarters of Trans Corp, in Jakarta.

Trans TV (Televisi Transformasi Indonesia) is an Indonesian national television station based in South Jakarta. Owned by Chairul Tanjung, it launched on 15 December 2001. It is similar to other commercial stations, showing news, movies, drama series, variety shows, quiz shows, and children's programs.

History[edit]

Construction[edit]

It was incorporated under a license from the Department of Trade and Industry, South Jakarta with Number 809/BH.09.05/III/1998. Its shares are largely owned by the Para Inti Investindo, a subsidiary of Para Group. In August 1998, Trans TV's existence was published in State Gazette No. 8687 as PT Televisi Transformasi Indonesia. It was obtaining permission to broadcasting initially planned since on October 1998 based in Jakarta, was operating from Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta it born names Televisi Transformasi Indonesia (Trans TV) was granted a broadcasting licence.

Metropolitan techinican broadcasts[edit]

It was technican[clarification needed] stations started television broadcasting metropolitan on 1 July 2001 at 16:00 local time afternoon it began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the area surrounding Jakarta), Trans TV currently broadcasts via UHF (Ultra high frequency) was located on UHF channel 29 in the Jabodetabek (via Jakarta) with the pattern of broadcasting techniques for runtime a 3 hours on daily at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta for trial of technican stations form 3 months between 1 July to 30 September 2001.

Metropolitan trial programs[edit]

Trans TV was trial transmission stations started television broadcasting metropolitan programs aired Trans-Tune in was officially inaugurated from Bandung and surroundings on 1 October 2001 at 16:00 local time afternoon. was aired network by Trans TV has started test of transmission was officially launched form Bandung Supermal most extensive in the Capital of the West Java. Trans TV was introduced to the public. studio stage, the two host bring interactive quiz to attract potential audience, while presenting series of music video clips. The program presents the news division, which contains feature both primetime evening-nightly main prime news bulletin actual programmes aired Berita Hari Ini (News Today) was runtime broadcasting of news aired 30-minutes (mid-hours) and one news journalist reader for male and female, with the pattern of broadcasting techniques for runtime a 2-hours on daily at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta.

Trial of transmission[edit]

It was officially started television broadcasting trial on 2 October 2001 at 16:00 local time afternoon it began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the area surrounding Jakarta) and Bandung was broadcasts via UHF (Ultra high frequency) was located on UHF channel 29 in the Jabodetabek (via Jakarta) and UHF channel 42 in the Bandung was first time in a trial of broadcasts to added one new cities usually two cities at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta for trial of television broadcasting form 45 days between form 2 October to 15 November 2001.

Test of transmission[edit]

It was test of transmission trial stations started television broadcasting nationalwide on Ramadhan 2001 at 16:00 local time afternoon it began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the area surrounding Jakarta), Trans-Tune in was officially renamed as Transvaganza it was runtime broadcasting a 6 hours on daily. Trans TV started showing American English movie theaters and American English television series programmes for started television broadcasting form 29 days between form 16 November to 14 December 2001 at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta, Trans TV was went on air for the first time in a trial of broadcasts to seven cities such as : Jabodetabek (via Jakarta, UHF 29), Bandung (UHF 42), Semarang (UHF 29), Yogyakarta (UHF 24), Solo (UHF 24), Surabaya (UHF 28) and Medan (UHF 27) was introduced in November 2001.

Opening[edit]

It was started television network officially opened television broadcasting on-air nationwide on 15 December 2001, In the Jabodetabek (via Jakarta) the UHF channel for Trans TV is 29. Trans TV was went on air for the first time in a trial of broadcasts to seven cities such as : Jakarta (UHF 29), Bandung (UHF 42), Semarang (UHF 29), Yogyakarta (UHF 24), Solo (UHF 24), Surabaya (UHF 28) and Medan (UHF 27). Other Indonesian cities are expected to follow later through establishment of national television stations that relayed television broadcast of Trans TV. This channel is only available from pay and satellite television on Indovision platform on channel 87, First Media platform on channel 9 and Palapa C2 satellite.[1]

16:00 local time afternoon[edit]

It was officially inaugurated by Ministry Department of Informatics and Communications names Syamsul Mu'arif at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta. Chairul Tanjung was named as the Chief Exclusive Officer and Ishadi Soetopo Kartosapoetro was named as the President Director, Trans TV was the first Indonesian television company to have been officially inaugurated by the Ministry Department of Informatics and Communications himself.

19:00 tonight local time tonight[edit]

It was officially inaugurated grand launching of concert stage nightlife through ”Trans TV” performance concert marked the grand launching of Trans TV where various collaborative from musicians, singers, dancers anesthetized over millionaire audiences at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Central Jakarta. Beautiful collaboration between Indonesian top composers Addie Muljadi Sumaatmadja, Andi Rianto and Erwin Gutawa, was performances by Gigi, Krisdayanti, Vina Panduwinata, Ruth Sahanaya, Rossa, Sherina Munaf, Dewi Sandra, Ari Lasso, Chrisye, Titi DJ, Sheila on 7, Kahitna, Iwan Fals and more could be seen directly through seven national television. The show was also accompanied by the newest LED screen technology configuration: multimedia screens fitted, hanging and mounted in a circle and divide as well as special lighting arrangement. Earlier before the live show began, VIPs and invitees were enjoying buffet dinner at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, served by in-house Catering Services.

Transmission hours[edit]

Early history[edit]

Transmission hours are from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm on daily and Ramadhan it plays the national anthem (sign-on) and patriotic anthem (sign-off).

Launched[edit]

PM station (18 December 2001 – 1 September 2002)[edit]

Transmission hours are from 3:00 pm to 12:00 midnight on weekday and started opened broadcasting a 24 hours during began ofpublic holiday, weekend and Ramadhan at 00:00 am to present under same time it plays the national anthem (sign-on) and patriotic anthem (sign-off).

AM station (2 September 2002 – present)[edit]

Transmission hours are from 5:00 am to 12:00 midnight on weekday and started opened broadcasting a 24 hours during began of public holiday, weekend and Ramadhan at 00:00 am to present under same time it plays the national anthem (sign-on) and patriotic anthem (sign-off).

Opening and closing times[edit]

Startup[edit]

Trans TV starts up at 4:00 pm (early history & launched), 3:00 pm (launched with PM Station) and 5:00 am (breakfast with AM Station). The national anthem was played, Television listings today a current days and station ident.

NO[edit]

Opening and closing songs[edit]

Startup[edit]

The national anthem of song "Indonesia Raya", sung by Idris Sardi & Orchestra, composed by Wage Rudolf Supratman, arrangement by Jos Cleber, musical by Victorian Philharmonic Orchestra under director by Addie Muljadi Sumaatmadja officially conductor by Twilite Orchestra and music recorded label by Gema Nada Pertiwi was used to start form earlier broadcast.

Closedown[edit]

The patriotic anthem of song "Tanah Airku", sung by Rita Effendy and composed by Ibu Sud was used to end form overnight broadcast.

Programs[edit]

Trans TV programming includes variety shows such as Extravaganza, the Dorce Show (hosted by Dorce Gamalama) and Indonesian versions of Thank God You're Here (Akhirnya Datang Juga) and The Gong Show. It also broadcasts religious programs, movies, gossip shows soap operas and regular news. Starting Again in 2013 programming Doctor Who Series 1,2,3,4,5,6 And 7

Sports programming[edit]

Trans TV broadcasts every Thomas & Uber Cup (now in MNCTV) since 2002 (except 2008 and 2010 on Trans7) who previously owned by RCTI. Sport programmes including 2002 Tiger Cup, La Liga and Copa del Rey in 2001-2003 (taken over by RCTI since 2003).

But since 2012, Trans TV broadcast football match again with FA Community Shield, La Liga(together with Trans7), England National Football, and also FA Cup.

Current programming[edit]

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