Global TV (Indonesia)

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Global TV
PT Global Informasi Bermutu
GlobalTV Indonesia 2012.svg
Launched October 8, 2002 (2002-10-08)
Owned by Media Nusantara Citra
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Slogan Millions of Entertainment (2002–2006), Seru! (Fun!, 2005–2008, 2013–present), Untuk Keluarga Indonesia (For Indonesian Family, 2008–2012), 100% Seru! (100% Fun!, 2012–2013)
Country Indonesia
Broadcast area Free-to-Air/Cable/Satellite
Headquarters Jalan Lapangan Bola Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta (2002–2006)
Wisma AKR Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta (2006–2010)
Ariobimo Sentral, South Jakarta (2010–2015)
G3TV Building, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta (2015-present)
Sister channel(s) RCTI
iNews TV
UHF Check local frequencies
Indovision Channel 81
TelkomVision Channel ??
Aora TV Channel 918
First Media Channel 11
TelkomVision Channel ??
IndosatM2 Channel ??
Streaming media
Okezone TV

Global TV is a national terrestrial private television station in Indonesia. Starting from a local private television station in Jakarta, Global TV broadcast later expanding to five other major cities. It was established on January 1, 1998 and first went on air on May 21, 2002 with MTV programming.

The station airs news and sports such as F1 and A1, and also broadcasts MTV programs and Nickelodeon cartoons.

GlobalTV has 30 transmission sites covering some 200 cities and towns across the country. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Media Nusantara Citra (MNC), which also owns RCTI and MNCTV.


The station began airing on June 1, 2002, originally only broadcasting MTV Indonesia programs such as MTV Most Wanted, MTV Land, and MTV Ampuh. After four years as an MTV broadcaster, on January 15, 2005, Global TV began producing its own television programs for 12 hours. Its slogan was "Millions of Home Entertainment."

On late January 1, 2005, it was expanded to 18 cities in Indonesia, while Bhakti Investama acquired Viacom Indonesia from Bakrie & Brothers.

Notable main directors[edit]

  • Nasir Tamara (1999–2001)
  • Adjie Gunawan (2001–2003)
  • Agus Sjafruddin (2003–2004)
  • Stephen Sulistyo (2004–2008)
  • Daniel Tatang Hartono (2008–2010)
  • David Fernando Audy (2010–2016)
  • Wisnu Hadi (2016-sekarang)



  • Millions of Entertainment (2002–2006)
  • Seru! (Fun!) (2005–2008), (2013–present)
  • Untuk Keluarga Indonesia (For Indonesian Family) (2008–2011)
  • 100% Seru! (100% Fun!) (2012–2013)

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