+ Broadcasting Policy in Indonesia Directorate General of Posts, Telecommunication and Broadcasting Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
+ Types of Broadcasting Institution Public Broadcasting Institution Private Broadcasting Institution Subscribed Broadcasting Institution Community Broadcasting Institution
+ Public Broadcasting Institution TVRI (Television of the Republic of Indonesia) – Nationwide Coverage Public Broadcasting Institution RRI (Radio of the Republic of Indonesia) – Nationwide Local Public Broadcasting Coverage Institution – Local Coverage
+ RRI and TVRI n Nationwide coverage and consist of central and local station. n RRI and RRI are independent, neutral, and non-commercial. n Under the authority of and responsible to the President of the Republic of Indonesia. n Responsible for providing services in information, education, good quality entertainment, social bonding to preserve the national culture for the sake of public interests. Local Public Broadcasting Institution A legal entity established by local government, carries out radio or television broadcasting, independent, neutral, non-commercial and serves to provide services for the public interests that its broadcasting system is networked with RRI or TVRI.
+ Coverage Area of RRI and TVRI RRI - 59 local stations - 148 relay stations TVRI - 24 local stations - 376 relay stations
+ Private Broadcasting Institution Private Broadcasting Institution Terrestrial Satellite System System- analog/digital AM/ MW Radio- analog/digital FM - analog/digital Radio Radio - analog/digital TV- analog/digital TV - multiplexing- Multiplexing
+ Private Broadcasting Institution n Established by Indonesian citizen. n Indonesian legal entity in form of limited liability company. n Its line of business only provides services for radio or television broadcasting. n Entire initial capital owned by Indonesian citizen and/or Indonesian legal entity wholly owned by Indonesian citizen. n In 1 (one) coverage area broadcaster can only provide 1 (one) broadcast program in 1 (one) channel.
+ Capital Provisions for Private Broadcasting Institutions n Entire initial capital owned by Indonesian citizen and/or Indonesian legal entity wholly owned by Indonesian citizen. n Capital increment from foreign investors and/or foreign legal entities must be not more than 20% of the entire issued share capital or paid up capital and owned by 2 (two) shareholders. n Capital increment limitation by foreign investors and/or foreign legal entity carried out either directly and indirectly. n 80% of the capital should remain owned by Indonesian citizen. n Any shares transaction that led to ownership of foreign capital exceeds 20% shall be returned to 20%.
+ Provisions on Ownership Concentration Radio Broadcasters: Television Broadcasters: • 1 (one) legal entity 1 (one) • 1 (one) legal entity 2 (one) broadcasting license. broadcasting licenses in • Max 100% share different province. ownership in 1st to 7th legal • Max 100% share entity. ownership in 1st legal • Max 49% share ownership entity. in 8th to 14th legal entity. • Max 49% share ownership • Max 20% share ownership in 2nd legal entity. in 15th to 21st legal entity. • Max 20% share ownership • Max 5% share ownership in 3rd legal entity. in 22nd legal entity and so • Max 5% share ownership on. in 4th legal entity and so on.
+ Provisions on Cross Ownership n LIMITATIONS : è1 Private Radio Broadcasters + 1 Subscribed Broadcasters + 1 Printed Media in the same area. è1 Private TV Broadcasters + 1 Subscribed Broadcasters + 1 Printed Media in the same area. è1 Private Radio Broadcasters + 1 Private TV Broadcasters + 1 Subscribed Broadcasters in the same area.
+ Subscribed Broadcasting Institution n Established by Indonesian citizen. n Indonesian legal entity in form of limited liability company. n Its line of business only provides services for radio or television broadcasting. n Entire initial capital owned by Indonesian citizen and/or Indonesian legal entity wholly owned by Indonesian citizen. Main Points Distribution of broadcast programs only to its subscribers and should have rights for every programs that transmitted.
+ Provisions on Subscribed Broadcasting Implementation n Must conduct internal censorship. n Provide at least 10% of the channel capacity to transmit programs from public broadcasting institution and private broadcasting institution. n Provide minimum 1 (one) channel for domestic programs for every 10 (ten) channels foreign programs. n Should provide receiver device and related terminal. Particular Provisions for Subscribed Broadcasting Institution via Satellite n Should have national coverage area. n Should have a head-end station located in Indonesia. n Should use satellite that has landing right in Indonesia. n Should ensure that the programs only receive by its subscribers.
+ Broadcasting Licensing Procedures 1. The announcement of Broadcasting Business Opportunities by the Minister of Communication and Information Technology, in particular for private broadcasting institution and terrestrial subscribed broadcasting institution. 2. Hearing Evaluation by Indonesian Broadcasting Commission. 3. Coordination Meeting of the Joint Meeting Forum between the Government and the Indonesia Broadcasting Commission. 4. Joint Meeting Forum between the Government and the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission. 5. Issuance of the Principle Broadcasting License or Refusal Letter. 6. Infrastructure development, frequency licensing application and other licenses, human resources recruitment, broadcast programs acquisitions, etc. 7. Trial broadcasts (max. 6 months for radio services and 1 year for TV services). 8. Trial broadcasts evaluation. 9. Issuance of permanent broadcasting license with validity period of 5 years for radio and 10 years for TV.
+ Broadcasting Licensing NO DESCRIPTION RADIO TV TOTAL 1 NUMBER OF APPLICANT 2.710 799 3.509 2 NUMBER OF APPROVED 1.173 291 1.464 LICENSING APPLICANT data per December 2010
+ System of Networked Stations n System of Networked Stations is a system that governing the regular inter-relay of broadcast programs between broadcasting institutions. n Local Broadcasting Station is a broadcasting station established in particular area with particular coverage in the area where the station is established and should provides its own studio and transmitter equipment. n Relay Stations is a station serves to transmit broadcast programs to another coverage area. n Local Broadcast Program is a program with local content in local area.
+ Configuration of System of Networked Stations Satellite MEMBER STATION Province B BASE STATION MEMBER STATION Province A RELAY STATIONS RELAY STATIONS INDONESIAN TERRITORY Ditjen Postel-Depkominfo
+ The Development of Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting
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+ Policies on Set Top Box (STB) Minimum domes+c content level of at least 20% and increased gradually to 50% within 5 years. Set Top Box should comply to the technical provisions based on the Indonesia legislation.Set Top Box should comply to the technical requirements based on the Indonesia legisla+on.
+ Legal Basis for the IPTV Services LAW NO. 32/2002 ON BROADCASTING IPTV LAW NO. 36/1999 LAW NO. 11/2008 ON ON INFORMATION & TELECOMMUNICATION ELECTRONIC TRANSACTION 21
+ Policy Orientation for IPTV Services Standardization, Diversity, Empowering, … Technology Provider Competition, Cooperation, Fairness, Business Operator Neutrality, Efficiency, Investment, … Service Public Easy, Cheap, Good, Variation, Secure, …