CNBC Indonesia

CNBC Indonesia
Launched 10 October 2018 (2018-10-10)
Network CNBC

Owned by
Picture format 1080i HDTV

(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Slogan Beyond Business
Language Indonesian
Headquarters Trans Media Building

Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean No. 12-14A, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta
Sister channel(s) CNBC

CNBC World


Nikkei CNBC

CNBC Arabiya

CNBC Awaaz



CNBC Africa

Class CNBC

CNBC Europe

CNBC Latin America

Trans TV

Trans 7

CNN Indonesia
Jakarta (digital DVB-T2) 40 UHF (HD)
Transvision Channel 805
Telkom-4 3880/H/3200 (MPEG4/HD)
Streaming media
Watch live

(CNBC Indonesia programs only)

CNBC Indonesia is an Indonesian television channel owned by Trans Media in collaboration with Comcast's NBCUniversal under its CNBC division. It was launched on 10 October 2018.[1]

History [ edit ]

Businessman Chairul Tanjung announced the birth of a strategic partnership between NBCUniversal and Trans Media to launch a CNBC-branded channel in Indonesia. CNBC Indonesia was soft-launched as an online business news portal in the Indonesian language on 8 February 2018 and was officially launched as a business news channel on 10 October 2018.

Current personnels [ edit ]

News anchors [ edit ]

Researchers [ edit ]

  • Arif Gunawan Sulistiono
  • Hidayat Setiaji
  • Irvin Avriano Arief
  • Raditya Hanung
  • Yazid Muammar
  • Anthony Kevin
  • Alfado Agustio

News Editors [ edit ]

  • Wahyu Daniel
  • Herdaru Purnomo
  • Raydion Subiantoro
  • Roy Franedya
  • Houtmand Saragih

Programming [ edit ]

  • Managing Asia (from CNBC Asia)
  • Marketing Media Money
  • Profit
  • First
  • Number's Bite
  • Iconomics
  • CNBC Indonesia Exclusive
  • Squawk Box Indonesia
  • Power Lunch Indonesia
  • Closing Bell Indonesia
  • Evening Up
  • Impact With Peter Gontha
  • First Class
  • The CNBC Conversation
  • INVESTime
  • The CNBC Debate
  • The Edge
  • The Big Break (from Golf Channel)
  • CNBC Indonesia Bright Awards

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Simak Grand Launching CNBC Indonesia Hari Ini". CNN. Retrieved 14 October 2018.

External links [ edit ]

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