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CNBC Indonesia

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CNBC Indonesia
CNBC Indonesia.png
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersTrans Media Building
Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Picture format1080i HDTV 16:9
OwnerPT Trans Berita Bisnis (Trans Media with license from NBCUniversal International Networks)
Sister channelsCNBC
CNBC World
Nikkei CNBC
CNBC Arabiya
CNBC Awaaz
CNBC Africa
Class CNBC
CNBC Europe
CNBC Latin America
Trans TV
CNN Indonesia
Launched10 October 2018; 4 years ago (2018-10-10)
Digital terrestrial televisionCheck local frequencies (in Indonesian language)
Streaming media
OfficialWatch live
IndiHome TVWatch live (IndiHome customers only)

Consumer News and Business Channel Indonesia (known as CNBC Indonesia and abbreviated as CNBC ID) is an Indonesian television network owned by Trans Media in collaboration with Comcast's NBCUniversal under CNBC license. Launched on 10 October 2018,[1] and began Free-to-air broadcast on digital terrestrial television since 2020 with carrying this channel by Trans TV and Trans7 digital transmitter rest of Indonesia. The channel is the second business-oriented news channel in Indonesia after IDX Channel.


Businessman Chairul Tanjung announced the birth of a strategic partnership between NBCUniversal and Trans Media to launch a CNBC-branded channel in Indonesia.[2] CNBC Indonesia was soft-launched as an online business news portal in the Indonesian language on 8 February 2018[3] and was officially launched as a business news channel on 10 October 2018.

In early February 2020, the channel launched its own HD feed on the Telkom 4 Merah Putih satellite.[4]



  • Maria Anneke Wijaya (ex-news anchor SCTV and Kompas TV)
  • Syarifa Rahma (ex-news anchor NET.)
  • Maria Katarina (ex-news anchor iNews and IDX Channel)
  • Andi Shalini
  • Safrina Nasution (ex-news anchor BTV)
  • Savira Wardoyo
  • Bramudya Prabowo (ex-news anchor MNC News)
  • Shinta Zahara (ex-news anchor NET.)
  • Shafinaz Nachiar (ex-news anchor Jak TV and RCTI)
  • Bunga Cinka
  • Dina Gurning

Former presenters

  • Mercy Andrea
  • Hera F. Haryn
  • Pangeran Punce
  • Muhammad Gibran
  • Peter F. Gontha
  • Juanita Aline Wiratmaja
  • Erwin Surya Brata
  • Ellen Gracia Natalia
  • Exist In Exist
  • Daniel Wiguna
  • Monica Chua
  • Dian Mirza (now on iNews and MNC News)

List of programmes


  1. ^ "Simak Grand Launching CNBC Indonesia Hari Ini". CNN Indonesia (in Indonesian). 10 October 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
  2. ^ "CNBC and PT Trans Media Corpora announce Indonesia Partnership". CNBC. 11 January 2016. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
  3. ^ Chandra, Ardan Adhi (8 February 2018). "CNBC Indonesia Resmi Diluncurkan Hari Ini". detikfinance (in Indonesian). Jakarta: detikcom. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
  4. ^ "Inilah Frekuensi Terbaru Channel CNBC Indonesia di Satelit". Satelitmania. 1 February 2020. Retrieved 1 February 2020.

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