Jakarta Globe

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Jakarta Globe
TypeOnline newspaper
Owner(s)BeritaSatu Media Holdings
Founded2008
LanguageEnglish
HeadquartersBeritaSatu Plaza
Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto 35-36
Jakarta, Indonesia
CityJakarta
CountryIndonesia
Sister newspapersSuara Pembaruan
Investor Daily
ISSN2087-9431
OCLC number272545308
Websitejakartaglobe.id

The Jakarta Globe is a daily online English-language newspaper in Indonesia, launched in November 2008.[1]

The paper initially came out with an average of 48 pages a day, and published Monday to Saturday. It had three sections, and contained (in section A) a range of general news, including metropolitan and national news coverage as well as international news, plus comment, (in section B) Indonesian and world business and sport plus a classified advertising section, and (in section C) an extensive features and lifestyle coverage as well as entertainment, listings and reader service and puzzle/cartoon pages. The newspaper later added a Sunday Jakarta Globe edition. The newspaper converted from broadsheet to tabloid format in May 2012, and then was published online only from 15 December 2015.[2]

The newspaper's owner, PT Jakarta Globe Media, is part of the BeritaSatu Media Holdings, an associated company of Lippo.

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  1. ^ Indonesia: New Year, New Look for Newspapers. Mindanao Examiner. February 6, 2009.
  2. ^ "Lippo Readies $65m for All-Digital Jakarta Globe". Jakarta Globe. 15 December 2015. Retrieved 16 December 2015.

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