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Transvision (Indonesia)

Transvision
PT Indonusa Telemedia
Type Private satellite television
Country Indonesia
Availability National
Motto Transformasi Hiburan Keluarga
(Transformation of Family Entertainment)
Owner Trans Media[1]
Launch date
May 23, 2014 (as Transvision)
May 7, 1997 (as TelkomVision)
Affiliates Trans TV
Trans7
Official website
.id.co.transvisionwww

Transvision (formerly known as TelkomVision) is a subscription-based direct broadcast satellite provider service for Indonesia. It is a joint venture between Telkom Group and Trans Corp[2] Now Transvision is fully owned by Trans Corp.

PT. Indonusa Telemedia "TelkomVision" was established on May 7, 1997 and began operations in 1999. PT Indonusa Telemedia "TelkomVision" started as a company consisting of several shareholders:

  • PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom)
  • PT Telkomindo Primabhakti (Megacell)
  • PT Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (RCTI)
  • PT Datakom Asia (Datakom Asia)

By 2003, Telkom became its principal shareholder by holding 98.75% share of "TelkomVision", while the rest (1.25%) is owned by Datakom.[3] In 2014, TelkomVision officially closed and rebranded as Transvision due to TelkomVision shareholders only 20% and now owned by Trans Media which became its principal shareholder by holding 80%. Now Transvision is fully owned by Trans Corp.

Contents

  • Cable TV 1
  • Satellite TV 2
  • Subscribers 3
  • Current Channel in other Countries 4
    • Singapore 4.1
  • Channel 5
    • In-House 5.1
    • Free to Air 5.2
    • News 5.3
    • Religious 5.4
    • Kids 5.5
    • Education & Documentary 5.6
    • Sports 5.7
    • Films 5.8
    • Entertainment 5.9
    • Lifestyle 5.10
  • Upcoming Channel to Upgrade in HD 6
  • Upcoming Channel 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Cable TV

Transvision coverage area for analog cable TV is exclusively in selected cities in Indonesia, such as Jakarta,[4] Bandung,[5] Semarang,[6] Bali,[7] and Surabaya.[8] For every city, Transvision offers a different set of channels.[9] Transvision also has a digital cable service that covers Bandung, Jakarta, and Surabaya.[10]

Satellite TV

Transvision's Satellite service covers 11 distributor area in Indonesia.[11] Transvision is using the Telkom 1 satellite (c-band).

Subscribers

At April 2011, TelkomVision has 200,000 subscribers and will be boosted up to 500,000 at end of the year using security and media technology software, Irdeto's Conditional Access System. The lowest Hit Family package costs Rp.55,000 ($6.4) per month, but Transvision would soon release a cheaper product to introduce pay TV broadcasts.[12]

Current Channel in other Countries

Singapore

Singtel TV:

Channel

In-House

Free to Air

News

Religious

  • Hope Channel Indonesia
  • Al-Quran Al-Kareem

Kids

Education & Documentary

Sports

Films

Entertainment

Lifestyle

Upcoming Channel to Upgrade in HD

Upcoming Channel

References

  1. ^ Artikel: Chairul Tanjung ambil alih Telkom Vision
  2. ^ TelkomVision on Telkom 1 at 108.0°E Channel Number.
  3. ^ http://www.telkomvision.com/about.php TelkomVision Website
  4. ^ TELKOMVision Channel Line-up In Jakarta
  5. ^ TELKOMVision Channel Line-up In Bandung
  6. ^ TELKOMVision Channel Line-ip In Semarang
  7. ^ TELKOMVision Channel Line-up In Bali
  8. ^ TELKOMVision Channel Line-up In Surabaya
  9. ^ TelkomVision - Ini baru beda!
  10. ^ TelkomVision - Ini baru beda!
  11. ^ TelkomVision - Ini baru beda!
  12. ^ http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/05/11/telkomvision-aims-double-subscribers.html

External links

  • (Indonesian) Official website
  • Channel and transponder list
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