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Trans TV
Logo since 2013, with the current "Diamond A" logo that has been used since 2011
TypeTelevision network
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersTrans Media Building
Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Picture format1080i HDTV 16:9
(downscaled to 576i 16:9 for the SDTV feed)
OwnerTrans Media
Key peopleAtiek Nur Wahyuni
Sister channels
Founded23 December 1999; 23 years ago (1999-12-23)
Launched25 October 2001; 22 years ago (2001-10-25) (Trial broadcast)
15 December 2001; 21 years ago (2001-12-15) (Official broadcast)
FounderChairul Tanjung
Ishadi S.K.
Analog television and Digital terrestrial televisionCheck local frequencies (in Indonesian language)
Streaming media
OfficialWatch live
IndiHome TVWatch live
(IndiHome customers only)
VidioWatch live
Vision+Watch live (Subscription required, Indonesia only)
MIVOWatch live

Trans TV (abbreviation from Televisi Transformasi Indonesia) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network based in South Jakarta that was launched on December 15, 2001, and is owned by Chairul Tanjung. Programming consists of newscasts, movies, drama series, variety shows, quiz shows, and children's television series. Trans TV was Indonesia's main broadcaster of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, showing most group matches and all of the final matches, which led to the channel topping Indonesian television ratings as of June 19, 2018.[1]

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Trans TV was incorporated under a license from the Department of Trade and Industry, South Jakarta, with Number 809/BH.09.05/III/1998. Its shares are primarily owned by Para Inti Investindo, a subsidiary of Para Group. In August 1998, Trans TV's existence was published in State Gazette No. 8687 as PT Televisi Transformasi Indonesia. At that time, Trans TV was obtaining permission to broadcast; initially planned in October 1998 and based in Jakarta, it was operating from Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta. In Jakarta, it was born as Televisi Transformasi Indonesia (Trans TV) and was granted a broadcasting license.

Metropolitan techinican broadcasts

Its technician[clarification needed] stations started television broadcasting metropolitan on July 1, 2001, at 16:00 local time, and began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the area surrounding Jakarta). Trans TV currently broadcasts via UHF (ultra high frequency) and was located on UHF channel 29 in Jabodetabek (via Jakarta) with the pattern of broadcasting techniques for runtime of three hours daily at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta, for the trial of technician stations for three months between July 1, 2001 to September 30, 2001.

Metropolitan trial programs

Trans TV's trial transmission stations started television broadcasting metropolitan programs. Trans-Tune in was officially inaugurated in Bandung and surroundings on October 1, 2001, at 16:00 local time in the afternoon. It was aired on the network by Kamera, which had started a test of transmission and was officially launched from Bandung Supermal, the most extensive city in the capital of West Java. Later, Trans TV was introduced to the public. On the studio stage, the two hosts bring interactive quizzes to attract potential audience members while presenting a series of music video clips. The program presents the News Division, which contains features both primetime evening-nightly, main prime news bulletin actual programs aired Berita Hari Ini (News Today) was broadcast for 30 minutes (mid-hours) and one news journalist reader for male and female, with the pattern of broadcasting techniques for runtime a 2-hours on daily at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta in Jakarta.

Trial of transmission

The channel officially started its trial broadcasts on October 25, 2001, at 16:00 WIB. It began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the Jakarta surrounding area) and Bandung via UHF (ultra high frequency), and it was located on UHF channel 29 in Jabodetabek (via Jakarta) and UHF channel 42 in Bandung. It was the first time a channel tested its broadcast in two cities rather than in one. Its trial broadcast lasted for 45 days between October 25, 2001, and November 15, 2001, at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta.

Test of transmission

Its trial transmission stations started television broadcasting nationwide in Ramadhan 2001 at 16:00 local time in the afternoon. They began trial transmission in Jabodetabek (the area surrounding Jakarta). Trans-Tune was officially renamed Transvaganza, and it was runtime broadcasting for six hours each day. Trans TV started showing American movies and television series for television broadcasting for 29 days between November 16, 2001, and December 14, 2001, at Trans TV Television Centre Headquarters at Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A in Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta. Trans TV went on air for the first time in a trial of broadcasts to seven cities, including Jabodetabek (via Jakarta, UHF 29), Bandung (UHF 42), Semarang (UHF 29), Yogyakarta (UHF 24), Solo (UHF 24), Surabaya (UHF 22), and Medan (UHF 27) in November 2001.


The Trans TV Building, headquarters of Trans Corp, in Jakarta.
Former logo of Trans TV, used from 10 November 2001 until 15 December 2013. The logo becomes gray instead when used on-air, and it was the first Indonesian TV channel to use gray logos during commercial breaks.

Trans TV officially opened television broadcasting on-air nationwide on December 15, 2001. In Jabodetabek (via Jakarta), the UHF channel for Trans TV is channel 29. Trans TV went on air for the first time in a trial of broadcasts to seven cities, such as Jakarta (UHF 29), Bandung (UHF 42), Semarang (UHF 29), Yogyakarta (UHF 24), Solo (UHF 24), Surabaya (UHF 22), and Medan (UHF 27). Other Indonesian cities are expected to follow later through the establishment of national television stations that relay the television broadcast of Trans TV. This channel is only available on pay and satellite television on the Indovision platform on channel 87, the First Media platform on channel 9, and the Palapa C2 satellite.


  • Milik Kita Bersama (Ours Together) (2001-present)
  • The Hottest TV Channel (2004-2005)
  • Setia Menemani (Faithful Accompany) (2021-present, sekunder)


Trans TV programming includes variety shows such as Extravaganza, The Dorce Show, and Indonesian versions of Thank God You're Here (Akhirnya Datang Juga) and The Gong Show. It also broadcasts religious programs, movies, gossip shows, soap operas, and regular news.[citation needed]

Sports programming

Trans TV has broadcast every Thomas & Uber Cup since 2002 (except 2006 on Lativi and 2010 on Trans7). Sport programs included the 2002 Tiger Cup, La Liga, and Copa del Rey in 2001–2003.[citation needed] Since 2012, Trans TV has broadcast football matches from the FA Community Shield, La Liga (together with Trans7), Copa del Rey (excluding the final match), England National Football, and the British FA Cup.[citation needed]

Since December 15, 2017, Trans Media, together with Telkom Indonesia, Kompas Gramedia, and MNC Media (MNC Vision only), has officially obtained the broadcasting rights for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.[2]

International programming




  • Asran Shady (now at Indosiar)
  • Osa Budi Santosa
  • Riza Primadi
  • Iwan Ahmad Sudirwan (now at TVR Parlemen)
  • Budi Irawan
  • Muhammad Rizky (now at tvOne)
  • Noni Wibisono
  • Yudi Yudawan (now at CNN Indonesia)
  • Leman
  • Ratna Dumila
  • Reza Prahadian
  • Tina Talisa
  • Fitri Megantara (now at MetroTV)
  • Dian Mirza (returned to RCTI, also now at iNews and Sindonews TV)
  • Budi Irawan
  • Pramesywara Adisendjaya (now at iNews, GTV and Sindonews TV)
  • Virgianty Kusumah
  • Ryan Wiedaryanto (now at Indosiar)
  • Utrich Farzah (now at Indosiar)
  • Woro Windrati (now at Kompas TV)
  • Zulfikar Naghi (now at Indosiar)
  • Gede Satria (now at iNews)
  • Adita Nanda
  • Loviana Dian (now at BTV)
  • Alyssa Akilie
  • Andromeda Amanda
  • Anisa Sulandana
  • Arrumaisha Rani
  • Anie Rahmi (now at MetroTV)
  • Aryadita Utama
  • Berdho Alase
  • Christian Reinaldo
  • Daisy Weku
  • Deddy Zebua
  • Dewi Fatma
  • Fransisca Rathy
  • Kaze Pury
  • Lisa Namuri Arif
  • Nabil Basalamah
  • Ranggani Puspandya
  • Rheini Abhinawa
  • Rizki Washarti Siregar
  • Suci Lee
  • Yasmin Muntaz
  • Novieta Putri
  • Prabu Revolusi (now at iNews and Sindonews TV as a host on the program Konspirasi Prabu)
  • Ferdi Hasan
  • Rieke Diah Pitaloka
  • Shahnaz Mariela
  • Inez Tagor
  • Edwin Manangsang
  • Ahmad Alhabsyi
  • Subki Al Bughury
  • Divi Lukmansyah
  • Shanta Curanggana
  • Seila Siregar
  • Bayu Andrianto (now at tvOne)
  • Nawayogi Kusuma (now at RCTI)
  • Berdho Alase
  • Anggi Agasi
  • Dwi Saraswati
  • Rury Demsy
  • Putri Ayudya
  • Iqbal Kurniadi (now at CNN Indonesia)
  • Ivan Kurnia
  • Budi Adiputro (now become independent journalist and operates Total Politik's content on YouTube and Spotify)
  • Tifanny Raytama (now at CNN Indonesia)
  • Kelly Charenina
  • Bunga Harum Dani (now at TVRI)
  • Reni Risty
  • Harly Valentina
  • Riska Amelia (now at Polri TV)
  • Saesarez Novandito

See also


  1. ^ Rayendra, Panditio (19 June 2018). "Siarkan Piala Dunia 2018, Trans TV Jadi TV nomor 1 Paling Banyak Ditonton". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 18 August 2018.
  2. ^ Idaman, Putra Permata Tegar (15 December 2017). "Transmedia Jadi Pemegang Hak Siar Piala Dunia 2018". CNN Indonesia (in Indonesian). Retrieved 17 August 2018.

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