RTV (Indonesia)

Not to be confused with RCTI.
PT Metropolitan Televisindo
Logo of RTV (Rajawali Televisi, formerly B Channel) since 3 May 2014
Launched November 1, 2009 (2009-11-01) (as B-Channel)
May 3, 2014 (2014-05-03) (as RTV)
Owned by Sofia Koswara (2009–2012)
Rajawali Corpora (2012–present)
Slogan As B Channel
Inside Big City (2008–2009)
B Inspired! (2009–2011)
Inspirasi Keluarga Anda (Your Family Inspiration) (2011–2013)
Inspirasi Anda (Your Inspiration) (2013–2014)
RTV Untuk Indonesia (RTV For Indonesia) (2014–present)
Country Indonesia
Language Indonesian
Broadcast area Free To Air/Cable/Satellite
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia
Formerly called B-Channel
Website www.rtv.co.id
Ambon 44 UHF
Balikpapan 34 UHF
Bandar Lampung 44 UHF
Bandung 36 UHF
Banjarmasin 48 UHF
Banyuasin 52 UHF
Batam 55 UHF
Cikarang 61 UHF
Cirebon 40 UHF
Denpasar 51 UHF
Gorontalo 48 UHF
Jakarta 23 UHF
Jayapura 44 UHF
Kupang 44 UHF
Makassar 59 UHF
Malang 24 UHF
Manado 60 UHF
Mataram 54 UHF
Medan 53 UHF
Padang 61 UHF
First Media Channel 22
Palapa D 3863 V, 4333 3/4
TransVision (Indonesia) Channel 148
Aora TV (Indonesia) Channel 920
BiG TV (Indonesia) Channel 634

Rajawali Televisi (abbreviated to RTV, previously named B-Channel) is a national private television station in Indonesia owned by Rajawali Corpora. RTV has a segmentation as the family television. RTV is a television station that is established based broadcasting license of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission and permit the determination of the frequency of the Department of Transportation. RTV airtime is from 03.30 am until 04.00 am. RTV officially airs on November 1, 2009 in Jakarta as B-Channel. Currently, RTV's program is more focused on entertainment, soft news and variety show for the family. On May 3, 2014, B-Channel changed its name to RTV at the time of the grand launching Langit Rajawali.

Broadcast coverage

Logo of B-Channel, used from May 1, 2011 until May 3, 2014.

RTV broadcast from Greater Jakarta and surrounding areas reaching over 23 UHF frequencies, and reach throughout Indonesia via satellite Palapa D since April 2011 (previously via satellite Apstar 6). Additionally, RTV broadcasts can be watched on a subscription television TransVision, Groovia TV, First Media, BiG TV, aora, Skynindo, and Centrin TV as well local TV stations network in various regions in Indonesia that RTV relay broadcasting. Currently RTV reaches 30 cities in Indonesia. RTV broadcasts can be seen in the following cities:[1]

See also


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