MTV (Indonesian TV channel)

MTV was an Indonesian free-to-air television network, part of MTV Asia.

MTV Indonesia
MTV Logo 2010.svg
MTV Indonesia logo 2011–2015
CountryIndonesia
Broadcast areaIndonesia
Singapore
Malaysia
NetworkMTV Southeast Asia (part of MTV Networks Asia)
SloganGue Banget! / So It's Me! (2002-2011)
1000% Anak Muda / 1000% of Youth (2014-2015)
HeadquartersJakarta, Indonesia
Programming
Language(s)Bahasa Indonesia
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerViacom (1995-2015)
Bakrie & Brothers (1995-2002)
Bhakti Investama (2002-2007)
Grup Karsa (2014-2015)
Sister channelsNickelodeon Indonesia
MTV Asia
MTV Vietnam
MTV Pinoy
VH1 Indonesia (2005-2007)
History
Launched1 January 1995
1 November 2014 (relaunched)
Closed31 December 2011
1 November 2015 (recloser)
Links
Websitewww.mtv.id
Availability
Terrestrial
CTV BantenChannel 26 UHF (Banten)
BCTVChannel 21 UHF (Bandung)
SBO TVChannel 36 UHF (Surabaya)
TV9Channel 50 UHF (Banjarmasin)
Satellite
IndovisionChannel 274
Top TVChannel 274

ProgrammingEdit

MTV Indonesia aired MTV shows such as TRL, Fanatic, Diary; Europe, Asia such as Most Wanted, Fresh, Alternative Nation, Asia Hitlist, Land, Rock, Absolute, Fresh, Connect, Wow and Screen. It began airing on Global TV on 1 June 2002 along with other programming.

On 31 May 2007, Global TV announced plans to produce programs on MTV Indonesia with MTV Networks in-house. Live programs include the grand finale of MTV VJ Hunt, MTV Indonesia Movie Awards, MTV Indonesia Music Awards, MTV Staying Alive and MTV EXIT. MTV Ampuh is taped in Malaysia, MTV Indonesia is available at MiTV on cable. In November 2014 MTV Indonesia introduced the tagline "1000% anak muda" or "1000% youth", which aired on local television CTV networks in Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Makassar, Banjarmasin.

 
Logo of MTV Indonesia used from 1995 until 2011

Radio and magazineEdit

  • MTV Radio FM was a radio station using frequency 101.4 FM when it was established on 1 January 2000 in Jakarta, Semarang and Yogyakarta.
  • When MRA Media decided to release the MTV franchise in 2006, Trax FM got its current name.
  • MTV Magazine was an entertainment magazines that discussed music, movies and lifestyle. It was established on 1 January 2000 in Jakarta. Later when the franchise was dissolved, it became Trax (Magazine).

demonstratorsEdit

Video JockeysEdit

Video jockeys included:

ShowsEdit

  • Chart Attack
  • MTV Hits
  • OK Karaoke
  • K-Wave
  • MTV Musika
  • Japan Hits
  • MTV Video Music Awards
  • MTV EMA Europe Music Awards
  • MTV Movie Awards
  • MTV World Stage
  • MTV Sessions
  • The Ride
  • Ridiculousness
  • Pranked
  • Punk'd
  • Pimp My Ride
  • Catfish
  • MTV VJ Hunt 2014

more popular network channelsEdit

External linksEdit