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CNN Indonesia
CNN Indonesia.svg
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersTrans Media Building
Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Picture format1080i HDTV 16:9
OwnerPT Trans News Corpora
(Trans Media with license from WarnerMedia International)
Sister channelsCNN
CNN International
CNN Türk
CNN en Español
CNN Brazil
CNN Philippines
CNN Portugal
CNN Prima News
CNN Chile
Trans TV
CNBC Indonesia
Launched20 October 2014 (2014-10-20) (web portal)
17 August 2015 (2015-08-17) (television broadcast)[1]
15 December 2015 (2015-12-15) (official launch)
Telkom-43888/H/9600 (MPEG-4/HD)
TransvisionChannel 803 (HD)
Channel 853 (SD)
UseeTV CableChannel 102 (SD)
Channel 913 (HD)
Streaming media
CNN IndonesiaWatch live

Cable News Network Indonesia (known as CNN Indonesia) is a 24-hour Indonesian digital free-to-air and cable television news channel owned by Trans Media in collaboration with AT&T's WarnerMedia under its CNN license.[1] Broadcasting from Trans Media studios in South Jakarta, the local franchise presents national and international content, focusing on general news, business, sports and technology.

Programs are aired 24 hours daily via digital terrestrial TV stations, pay TV providers Transvision and UseeTV nationwide; and live streaming services for overseas viewers.


Businessman Chairul Tanjung announced the birth of a strategic partnership between WarnerMedia and Trans Media to launch a CNN-branded channel in Indonesia.[2] CNN Indonesia began as an online portal,, on 24 October 2014 with Yusuf Arifin as editor in chief. It made its soft launching as a news channel in conjunction with the 70th anniversary of the country's Proclamation of Independence on 17 August 2015; official launch of the local franchise was held in conjunction with Trans Media's 14th anniversary on 15 December 2015.


CNN Indonesia is broadcast in digital on 20 transmitters.

City Channel
Banda Aceh 33
Balikpapan 44
Bandung 45
Banjarmasin 37
Batam 46
Cirebon 45
Jakarta 40
Jember 45
Kediri 48
Madiun 43
Magetan 43
Malang 27
Medan 30
Palembang 35
Purwokerto 40
Samarinda 31
Semarang 42
Sukabumi 45
Sumedang 41
Surakarta 47
Surabaya 27
Yogyakarta 47


  • Aldi Hawari
  • Alfian Rahardjo
  • Amelia Yachya
  • Anita Mae
  • Benny Dermawan
  • Bram Herlambang
  • Daniar Achri
  • Dea Intan Kartika
  • Desi Anwar
  • Elvira Khairunnisa
  • Eva Julianti Yunizar
  • Fanni Imaniar
  • Ferdi Ilyas
  • Frida Lidwina
  • Heranof Al Basyir
  • Iqbal Kurniadi
  • Lady Malino
  • Lianita Ruchyat
  • Maggie Calista
  • Mayfree Syari
  • Prasidya Puspa
  • Putri Ayuningtyas
  • Reinhard Sirait
  • Reza Helmi
  • Rizky Harisnanda
  • Rivana Pratiwi
  • Roland Lagonda
  • Sarah Ariantie
  • Taufik Imansyah
  • Tifanny Raytama
  • Yudi Yudawan

List of programmes

As of late 2021, the majority of CNN Indonesia's programming is locally produced. The channel's news programmes are simulcast either through Trans Media's free-to-air networks Trans TV and Trans7.


  • CNN Indonesia Today
  • CNN Indonesia New Day
  • CNN Indonesia Breaking News
  • CNN Indonesia Update (rare)
  • CNN Indonesia News Hour
  • CNN Indonesia Newsroom
  • CNN Indonesia Newscast
  • The World Tonight
  • News Flash
  • Bersatu Lawan COVID-19

Simulcast with Trans TV

  • Good Morning
  • CNN Indonesia News Update
  • CNN Indonesia Tech News (with re-runs at 00.30 WIB)
  • CNN Indonesia Connected (with re-runs at 01.30 WIB)

Simulcast with Trans7 (as Redaksi excluding noon news)

  • Redaksi Pagi
  • Wrap Up
  • Redaksi
  • Redaksi Malam

*not including weekend edition


  • Insight with Desi Anwar


  • Inside Indonesia
  • CNN Indonesia Heroes
  • Blu Ways
  • Berbuat Baik

Special program

  • Special Interview
  • Special Program
  • Indonesia Forward
  • Trans Media's Anniversary Party (annual program)
  • CNN Indonesia's Anniversary Special Program (annual program)


  1. ^ a b "CNN Worldwide Fact Sheet". Archived from the original on 31 March 2017. Retrieved 5 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Turner Broadcasting System dan Trans Media akan Luncurkan CNN Indonesia". detiknews (in Indonesian). 28 February 2014. Retrieved 20 July 2020.

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