CNBC Indonesia

CNBC Indonesia is a television station and news site owned and operated by Trans Media in collaboration with NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast. Indonesian News Portal is launched on 8 February 2018[1]. CNBC Indonesia aired for the first time on Wednesday, 10 October 2018.[2]

CNBC Indonesia
PT Trans Business Corpora
Launched8 February 2018 (Website)
10 October 2018 (TV broadcast)
Owned by
Picture format16:9 (HDTV)
SloganBeyond Business
HeadquartersTrans 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
TransvisionChannel 805
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(CNBC Indonesia programs only)


The actions of businessman Chairul Tanjung in the business world are increasingly unstoppable. After acquiring, building Trans Studio in various cities in Indonesia and launching a localized version of CNN in the country, the businessman, who was often called CT, announced the birth of a strategic partnership between NBCUniversal and Trans Media to launch a CNBC-braned channel in Indonesia. CNBC Indonesia was soft-launched as an online business news portal in the Indonesian language on February 8, 2018 and was officially launched as a standalone 24-hour business news channel on October 10, 2018. CNBC Indonesia is a part of the Trans Media family of networks, which also includes free-to-air channels Trans TV and Trans 7, and the news channel CNN Indonesia.[3]

Ishadi SK, as the general manager of Trans TV and Trans 7, said that all broadcast content will be supplied by Trans Corp. CNBC only provides broadcast software, graphics and programming. Chairul Tanjung, as the chairman and founder of CT Corp which oversees Trans Corp, believes that this partnership will help the Indonesian people to better understand local and global business situations, and more importantly, will help the world to better understand Indonesian business. This is the partnership that exists between two organizations that share the same vision and values in terms of quality, integrity and openness. CNBC Indonesia will be the new channel of choice to get reliable, interesting and high-quality business and financial news. The presence of CNBC Indonesia is also supported by the presence of the news portal. With the prediction of more than 100 million Indonesians having internet access in 2018, the presence of a multi-platform brand is very important and will support programs that are broadcast on television.

Relationship with CNBC World

CNBC Indonesia and CNBC World are two distinct and separate organizations, but cooperate and assist each other to produce new reports

News anchors


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

News Editors

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


  • Channel Japan (from CNBC Asia)
  • Managing Asia (from CNBC Asia)
  • Marketing Media Money
  • Profit
  • First
  • Squawk Box Indonesia
  • Closing Bell Indonesia
  • First Class
  • The CNBC Conversation
  • INVESTime
  • The CNBC Debate
  • The Edge
  • The Big Break (from Golf Channel)
  • Breaking News

See also


  1. ^ CNN Indonesia (8 February 2018), Launching CNBC Indonesia, Media Referensi Akurat Ekonomi & Bisnis, retrieved 8 October 2018
  2. ^ "Simak Grand Launching CNBC Indonesia Hari Ini". CNN. Retrieved 14 October 2018.
  3. ^ Chandra, Ardan Adhi. "CNBC Indonesia Resmi Diluncurkan Hari Ini". Retrieved 8 October 2018.

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