SCTV (TV network)

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SCTV
SCTV Logo.svg
Logo since 29 January 2005
TypeTelevision network
CountryIndonesia
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersSCTV Tower, Senayan City, Jalan Asia Afrika Lot 19, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta
Programming
Language(s)Indonesia
Picture format1080i HDTV 16:9
(downscaled to 576i 16:9 for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
Owner
ParentElang Mahkota Teknologi
Key peopleSutanto Hartono
Sister channels
History
Founded5 May 1987
Launched20 July 1990 (1990-07-20) (trial broadcast)
24 August 1990; 32 years ago (1990-08-24) (official broadcast)
24 August 1993 (1993-08-24) (begin broadcasting from Jakarta)
Founder
Links
Websitewww.sctv.co.id
Availability
Terrestrial
Analog and DigitalCheck local frequencies
Streaming media
VidioWatch live
UseeTVWatch live
(IndiHome customers only)

Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network. It was launched on 24 August 1990 in Surabaya, East Java as Surabaya Centra Televisi, broadcasting to the city and its surrounding area. At first, the programming was similar to that of RCTI, broadcasting foreign shows and some of RCTI news programs until they could produce their own. On 30 January 1993, SCTV obtained a national license and eventually moved its operations to Jakarta, changing its name to Surya Citra Televisi. Its main offices are located in Central Jakarta, with studios in West Jakarta. It is owned by Surya Citra Media, a publicly-listed subsidiary of the technology company Emtek.

On 18 February 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]

Programs[edit]

Former logo of SCTV, used from August 1, 2003 until January 29, 2005. This is the second revision of the 1990 logo.

Local programming[edit]

In 2001, SCTV's affiliated television station in East Java launched Liputan 6 SCTV, a localised newscast which can only be seen in Surabaya. The North Sumatra version of Liputan 6 SCTV is seen on SCTV Medan at 9:30 am and re-run at 4:00 pm on SCTV; this version debuted in 1997. Depending on the relay station, additional then-local television channel in Jakarta O Channel (now Moji) programs may also be seen.

TV series[edit]

To produce TV series, SCTV previously turned to Indonesia's leading production house, such as Multivision Plus, Starvision Plus, Prima Entertainment, Soraya Intercine Films, Screenplay Productions, Amanah Surga Produksi (AS Productions), and Mega Kreasi Films, to presented various of the most popular soap operas. There are Deru Debu (Beyond the Dust), Melati, Permata Hati (Purest Hearts), Rahasia Perkawinan (Wedding Agreement), Bayangan Adinda (Adinda's Shadows), Heart the Series, Sephia, Putri Duyung (The Mermaid), Cowokku Superboy (My Boyfriend is Superboy), Bidadari Takut Jatuh Cinta (Fairies Who Afraid of Falling in Love), Putih Abu-Abu (White and Gray) (Since 2012), Cintaku Bersemi di Putih Abu-Abu (My Love Blooms in White and Gray) The Series (Since 2012), Diam-Diam Suka (Secret Love), Ganteng-Ganteng Serigala (Wolf Handsomes), Emak Ijah Pengen Ke Mekkah (Mother Ijah Wants to Mecca), and Mermaid In Love.

On Christmas 2016, production company SinemArt Productions left their long-time channel RCTI for SCTV after 9 years ceased its partnership (since 2003 till 2007). SinemArt produced Anak Langit (Sky Child), Anak Sekolahan (School Child), Berkah Cinta (Love Blessing), and rebooting the 2000s soap operas, Siapa Takut Jatuh Cinta? (Who's Afraid to Fall in Love?) for SCTV.

Latest television series in 2022, namely Cinta 2 Pilihan (Love 2 Choices), Tajwid Cinta (Tajweed Love), Cinta setelah Cinta (Love after Love), and Takdir Cinta yang Kupilih (The Destiny of Love I Choose)

Sports programming[edit]

Current[edit]

International[edit]
Sports Country/Region Competition/Tournament Summary Ref
Association football Worldwide FIFA World Cup 2022 (shared with Indosiar, Moji, Mentari TV, and Vidio). [2]
 Europe UEFA Champions League Up to four matches per-week (including four qualifying play-offs, four semi finals, and a final), through 2020–21. FTA coverage only available via analogue-digital terrestrial antenna. All 137 matches available on all three SCTV, Sports360 (only 2019–20 play-offs), and UEFA Champions League Vidio channels. Previously aired in 2012–13 until 2014–15, 2016–17, and 2017–18. [3][4][5]
UEFA Europa League Up to two matches per-week, through 2020–21. FTA coverage only available via analogue-digital terrestrial antenna. All 205 matches available on both SCTV (include final) and UEFA Europa League (exclude final) Vidio channels. Previously aired in 2012–13 until 2014–15, 2016–17, and 2017–18.
UEFA Super Cup 2012 until 2024 (exclude 2015–16 and 2018–19).
 England Premier League 2021-22 (2 matches live per week, sub-licensed from Mola).
Combat sports  Singapore ONE Championship Delayed coverage. All main card events will be live streamed on ONE Championship Vidio channel. [6]
 United States UFC Delayed coverage (sub-licensed from Mola).

Previous[edit]

Indonesia[edit]
Sports Competition/Tournament Year Ref
Association football Liga Indonesia 2003 and 2016
Piala Presiden 2017 [7]
Basketball KOBATAMA 1994-2002
International[edit]
Sports Country/Region Competition/Tournament Year Ref
Association football Worldwide FIFA World Cup 1994 (shared with TVRI, RCTI and TPI), 1998 (shared with TVRI, RCTI, TPI, ANTV and Indosiar) and 2006 (solo broadcaster) [8]
FIFA Confederations Cup 2005
FIFA U-20 World Cup 2003 and 2005
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2003 and 2005
FIFA U-19 Women's World Cup 2004
Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup ???
FIFA Club World Cup until 2020. In 2019 only aired a final. [9]
Latin Americas Copa America 1995 (both shared with ANTV) and 2004
 Europe UEFA European Championship 1996 and 2000 (both shared with RCTI)
 England Football League First Division 1990-91 until 1991-92 (shared with RCTI)
Premier League Previously aired in 1992-93 until 2000-01 (shared with RCTI only for 1992-93 season) and 2013-14 until 2015-16 (shared with Indosiar, sub-licensed from beIN Sports). [10][11]
Football League Cup 2013–14 until 2015–16 [12]
FA Cup 1993-94 until 1997-98
2013–14 until 2015–16
FA Community Shield 2013 until 2015
 Spain La Liga 2016–17 until 2018–19 [13]
 Italy Serie A 2002-03 until 2003-04
 ASEAN 2019 AFF U-15 Championship [14]
2019 AFF U-18 Youth Championship
SEA Games 1997, 2013, 2015, and 2017 [15][16][17]
Golf North America PGA Tour Masters Tournament 2001
Multi-sport event Worldwide Summer Olympics 1992 (shared with TVRI, RCTI and TPI), 1996 (shared with TVRI, RCTI, TPI, ANTV and Indosiar) and 2016 [18]
Asia Asian Games 2018 [19]
Badminton  Indonesia Indonesia Open 2004 until 2007 [20]
Basketball  United States NBA 1994 until 2000
Auto racing Worldwide Formula One Mid-1990 until mid-1993

Presenters[edit]

Current[edit]

Former[edit]

Slogans[edit]

  • SCTV, Surabaya Televisi (1990-1991)
  • Ayo SCTV-Selangkah Lebih Maju (1991-1993)
  • Saluran Hiburan dan Informasi (1991-1993, together with RCTI)
  • Selalu Siap Menemani Anda/Selalu Siap Menemanimu (1993-1997)
  • Ayo SCTV (1994-1997)
  • SCTV NgeTop! (1997-2005)
  • Semakin Istimewa (1990s-2005)
  • Satu Untuk Semua (2005–present)

Anniversary Specials[edit]

  • Gemerlap Surya Citra (1996-1997)
  • Surya Gemilang (1998-2001)
  • Sejuta Warna Negeriku (2002)
  • Satu Dalam Kebersamaan (2004)
  • 15 Tahun SCTV Satu Untuk Semua (2005)
  • Penuh Kemilau (2005, sub-slogan)
  • Terima Kasih Untuk Semua (2006)
  • Pesona Wajah Indonesia (2010)
  • Harmoni Cinta Indonesia (2011)
  • 22 Tahun Istimewa (2012)
  • 2 Dunia 3 Cerita (2013)
  • 24 Tahun Teristimewa (2014)
  • 25 Tahun Teristimewa Gojigo (2015)
  • 26 Tahun Kontribusi SCTV Untuk Indonesia (2016)
  • 27 Tahun Satu Untuk Semua (2017)
  • Tetap Berkarya Untuk Indonesia (2018)
  • Cinta Indonesia (2019)
  • 3xtra0rdinary (2020)
  • XtraOrdinary (2021-2022)

Station ID[edit]

  • 1990-1991: The first station ID shows the 1990-2005 logo with rippling blue background.
  • 1991-1993: The second station ID shows the SCTV logo 1990-2005 is placed over with rippling water background.
  • 1993-1997: The third station ID begin the blue water Background and the water ripple, then the various picture of Indonesia appears, we see the ripple from the previous logo of SCTV 1990-2005, the letters and semicircle shown and the blue line wipes in.
  • 1997-2005: The fifth station ID shown as the real live action segments, such as: Kids, Family, Basketball, Farmer, Airport, Pottery, and Entertainment. The ending was the SCTV NgeTop! logo with orange background used from 1997-2005.
  • 2005–present: The sixth and final station ID shown as Satu Untuk Semua taglines. It used from 2005 onwards.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Sawitri, Yus Mei. "Resmi! EMTEK Group Jadi Official Broadcaster Piala Dunia 2022". bola.com (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Bola.com. Retrieved 17 March 2022.
  3. ^ SCTV (5 August 2016). "Home Of Soccer SCTV". Archived from the original on 21 December 2021. Retrieved 9 March 2019 – via YouTube.
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  5. ^ "SCTV Tayangkan Piala Super Eropa 2019 Liverpool vs Chelsea". BOLA.net. 13 August 2019. Retrieved 14 August 2019.
  6. ^ Putra, Andhika (18 January 2018). "Tayangkan One Championship, SCTV Ingin Ubah Citra". bola.com (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Bola.com. Archived from the original on 24 January 2018. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  7. ^ D. P., Ari. "Jadwal Pertandingan dan Siaran Langsung Piala Presiden 2017". TOPSKOR (in Indonesian). Jakarta: topskor.id. Archived from the original on 28 April 2017. Retrieved 8 March 2019.
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  9. ^ Vidi, Adyaksa (21 December 2019). "Saksikan Final Piala Dunia Antarklub 2019 Hanya di SCTV dan Vidio.com". liputan6.com (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Liputan6.com. Retrieved 23 September 2020.
  10. ^ jajang100 (3 October 2013). "Official Broadcaster Liga Inggris Di Indonesia Dari Masa Ke Masa". KASKUS. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  11. ^ evan (23 April 2013). "SCTV, Indosiar & Liputan6.com Tayangkan Liga Inggris Musim Depan". liputan6.com. Archived from the original on 22 June 2020. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  12. ^ Muliawan, Tulus. Prabhowo, Okie (ed.). "Premier League 2013/14 Disiarkan SCTV dan Indosiar – Semua Halaman – Bolasport.com". juara.bolasport.com (in Indonesian). Bolasport.com. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  13. ^ Nuralam, Cakrayuri. "SCTV Jadi Rumah Sepak Bola di Indonesia". liputan6.com. Jakarta: Liputan6.com. Archived from the original on 24 October 2018. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  14. ^ "Vidio on Instagram: "Satu tahun berlalu, Timnas Indonesia U-15 yang dilatih oleh Bima Sakti memulai upayanya mempertahankan gelar juara #AFFU15. Jangan sampai…"". Instagram. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  15. ^ thomas (7 December 2013). "Nih! Jadwal Sepakbola SEA Games 2013". Liputan 6 (in Indonesian). Liputan6.com. Retrieved 13 September 2020.
  16. ^ Gonsaga A. E., Aloysius, ed. (2 June 2015). "Jadwal Siaran Langsung SEA Games: Indonesia Vs Myanmar". KOMPAS.com (in Indonesian). Kompas Cyber Media. Retrieved 13 September 2020.
  17. ^ "Jadwal SEA Games 2017 Cabang Sepakbola". Pandit Football Indonesia. 9 August 2017. Retrieved 13 September 2020.
  18. ^ Triyadi, Bogi (10 August 2016). "Jadwal Siaran Langsung Bulu Tangkis Olimpiade di SCTV". liputan6.com. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  19. ^ Prabhowo, Okie (8 January 2018). "VIDEO: Emtek Sebagai Official Broadcaster Asian Games 2018". bola.com. Archived from the original on 12 April 2019. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
  20. ^ "Publisher – Siaran Langsungnya Bisa Dinikmati di Penjuru Tanah Air". www.bulutangkis.com. Retrieved 8 March 2019.