Trans7

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Trans7
Trans 7 2013.svg
Launched23 November 2001 (2001-11-23)
Owned byTrans Media
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
SloganAktif, Cerdas, Menghibur
CountryIndonesia
Broadcast areaIndonesia
HeadquartersTrans TV Building
Jl. Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
Formerly calledTV7 (2001–2006)
Sister channel(s)Trans TV
CNN Indonesia
CNBC Indonesia
Websitetrans7.co.id
Availability
Terrestrial
UHFChannel 22 (Banjarmasin, Jayapura)
Channel 23 (Padang, Purwokerto)
Channel 30 (Pekanbaru)
Channel 31 (Pontianak)
Channel 32 (Manado)
Channel 36 (Kupang)
Channel 41 (Jambi, Makassar, Medan, Semarang)
Channel 42 (Banda Aceh)
Channel 44 (Bandung, Garut)
Channel 45 (Denpasar)
Channel 46 (Surakarta, Yogyakarta)
Channel 49 (Jakarta, Malang, Samarinda)
Channel 50 (Cirebon, Madiun)
Channel 56 (Balikpapan, Kediri, Surabaya)

Trans7 (formerly known as TV7) is an Indonesian free-to-air television channel owned by Trans Media. For the first time, Trans7 was the official broadcaster of 2018 FIFA World Cup together with Trans TV. Trans7 had broadcast 8 group-stage matches as well as shared broadcasting of quarterfinal, semifinal, 3rd place playoff, and final matches from Trans TV.[1]

History[edit]

The logo of TV7, used from November 23, 2001 until December 15, 2006

Trans7 was established as TV7 based on permission of the Department of Trade and Industry in Central Jakarta No. 809/BH.09.05/III/2000. 88% of its share is largely owned by Kompas Gramedia;. On November 23, 2001, the existence of TV7 was published in State Gazette No. 8687 as PT Duta Visual Nusantara Tivi Tujuh. The logo itself is the letters "JO", which stands for Jakob Oetama, the owner of Kompas Gramedia. The logo is also loosely based on the Circle 7 logo that the American Broadcasting Company used for its O&O stations in North America.

Al Jazeera relay effect[edit]

TV7 was increasingly known to the public by the first quarter of 2003. TV7 was relaying a live broadcast of Al Jazeera every day during the U.S. invasion of Iraq through a news program titled Invasi ke Irak (Invasion to Iraq). This step was followed by ANTV broadcasting television station Al Arabiya about the invasion.[2]

Indonesian society, in general, welcomed TV7's actions, especially for those who disagreed with the Western media's "truth".[3] Despite rumors that then-president Megawati Soekarnoputri urged TV7 to stop the relay broadcasts of Al Jazeera, PR TV7 then, Uni Lubis, denied it. Even, she asserted that the relays were continued and disturbances in the relay could be resolved.[4]

Re-launch as Trans7[edit]

The first logo of Trans7, used from December 15, 2006 to 2013
The Trans TV Building, the headquarters of Trans TV, now also become the office of Trans7.

On August 4, 2006, CT Corp via Trans Corp authorized to buy a 49% stake in PT Duta Visual Nusantara Tivi Tujuh. By doing the re-launch on December 15, 2006, this date was set as the birth date of Trans7. The managing director of Trans7 is now Atiek Nur Wahyuni. When the station was named TV7, it was headquartered at Wisma Dharmala Sakti Floor 21 Jend. Sudirman Street Lot 32 Jakarta 10220. Since TV7's official purchase by Trans Corp, TV7 began to share an office with Trans TV.

News Anchors[edit]

Ex-News Anchors[edit]

Directors[edit]

List of Chief Executive Officers[edit]

No. Name Early positions End of positions
1 August Parengkuan 2001 2006
2 Wishnutama 2006 2008
3 Atiek Nurwahyuni 2008 present

Current Directors[edit]

Name Position
Ishadi Soetopo Kartosapoetro Commissioner
Atiek Nurwahyuni Chief Executive Officer
Andi Chairil Edward Chief Production
Ch. Suswati Handayani Chief Financial and Resources

List of programme broadcast by Trans7[edit]

  • Redaksi
    • Redaksi Pagi
    • Redaksi Siang
    • Redaksi Sore
    • Redaksi Malam
  • Selebrita
    • Selebrita siang
  • Seleb Expose
  • Sport7
  • One Stop Football
  • Galeri Sepakbola Indonesia
  • Top 20 Funniest Video
  • Zona Angker (Haunted Zone)
  • On The Spot
  • CCTV
  • Rumah Uya (Uya's House)
  • Hitam Putih (Black and White)
  • Rumah Impian (Dream House)
  • Modern Moms
  • Makan Bersama (Eating Together)
  • Ragam Manfaat
  • Opera Van Java (Also Known as OVJ)
  • Hi-5 Indonesia
  • Hi-5
  • Dunia Binatang (World of Animals)
  • Indonesiaku
  • Orang Pinggiran
  • Jejak Si Gundul
  • Jejak Anak Negeri
  • Detektif Rasa
  • Para Petualang Cantik
  • Fish and Chef
  • Dua Hijab
  • Etalase
  • Redaksiana
  • Kontroversi (Controversy)
  • Kera Sakti
  • File Reskrim (Criminal Investigation Files)
  • Khazanah
  • Doeloe Sekarang (Then and Now)
  • Laptop Si Unyil
  • Unboxing
  • Kedai Pak Mantep
  • Eksis Abis
  • Anak Cerdas Indonesia
  • Jangan Nonton Sendirian (Don't Watch Alone)
  • Mister Tukul
  • Ladaku "Kreasi Chef"
  • MotoGP (delayed for qualifying, live for race; MotoGP and Moto2 only, with the exception of Ramadhan months where only MotoGP is shown) (through 2022)[5]
  • BWF World Tour (Indonesia Open only)

Sports Programming[edit]

Trans7 has broadcast the Premier League from 2002-2007. Trans7 broadcast Serie A from 2007-2009 and returned in 2016-17 season, as well as International Champions Cup in 2017. Since 2018, Trans7 broadcast the 2018 FIFA World Cup with Trans TV

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Idaman, Putra Permata Tegar (15 December 2017). "Transmedia Jadi Pemegang Hak Siar Piala Dunia 2018". CNN Indonesia (in Indonesian). Retrieved 17 August 2018.
  2. ^ Wartawan AS Tewas, Arnett Dikontrak "Al-Arabiya", pelita.or.id (in Bahasa Indonesia).
  3. ^ Pamor TV7 Ikut Terangkat Berkat Kepopuleran Al Jazeera, Suara Merdeka Online (in Bahasa Indonesia).
  4. ^ TV7 Bantah Mega Desak Relai Aljazeera Dihentikan, cbn.net.id (in Bahasa Indonesia).
  5. ^ topskor.id. "Disiarkan Langsung, Ini Jadwal MotoGP Qatar 2017 Akhir Pekan Depan". TOPSKOR. Retrieved 2018-11-04.

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