TV ONE (Indonesia)

TV ONE (Indonesia)

Infobox TV channel
name = TV One
logofile = 2000874660333730371 rs.jpg
logosize = 150px
slogan = "Memang Beda"
picture format =
logoalt = TV One Logo
launch = February 14 2008
owner =
network =
broadcast area = Free To Air/Cable/Satellite
country = flagcountry|Indonesia
sister(s) channels= ANTV, Star TV web = []
sat serv 1 = TelkomVision
sat chan 1 = Channel ??
cable serv 1 = First Media
cable chan 1 = Channel 3
cable serv 2 = TelkomVision
cable chan 2 = Channel ??
cable serv 3 = IndosatM2
cable chan 3 = Channel ??

TV One is an Indonesian privately owned national television station based in East Jakarta. It is used to be known as Lativi which ends with name changed due to changes of ownership in the middle of February 2008.


As Lativi

As booming of national tv on 2000's Lativi is one of 5 new national tv networks who got a license to broadcast nationwide in Indonesia. It's initially owned by previously Minister of labor and also famous entrepreneur, Abdul Latief. The segment of the network are seems to be on C-D-E class with some mystery and some semi-pornographic series.

As TVOne

By the year 2007, the ownership of the network are changed to Aburizal Bakrie and Erick Tohir due to debt and poorly manage network.

The launching of TVOne was on the 14th February 2008 at 7.20 PM by the President of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. It makes Anindya Bakrie (the son of Aburizal Bakrie ) as the Chief Commissioner and Erick Tohir as the President Director. TV One is an abbreviation from Olahraga, News, and Entertainment. Olahraga in English means Sport. The network are now more segmented to A and B class with a good combination of sport, news and entertainment.


* Kabar Pagi
* Kabar Siang
* Kabar Sore
* Kabar Malam
* Ide Gila
* Apa Kabar Indonesia
* Apa Kabar Indonesia Malam
* Kabar Tokoh
* Mata Kamera
* Debat
* Kabar Bisnis
* Negeri Impian
* Kabar Arena
* Sports One
* Kabar 9
* Menyingkap Tabir

See also

*List of Indonesian language television channels
*Media of Indonesia

External links

* [ Official Site]

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