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globaltv is an Indonesian private television station based in West Jakarta. It is established in early January 1, 1998 and first went on air on January 1, 2001 with MTV programming.

The station airs news and sports such as F1, A1 and it also broadcasts MTV programs and Nickelodeon cartoons regularly.

globaltv has 30 transmission sites covering some 200 cities and towns across the country. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Media Nusantara Citra (MNC) and Panasonic Corporation which also owns RCTI and MNCTV.


The station began its airdate on January 1, 2002, and it is originally only broadcast MTV Indonesia programs. They are MTV Most Wanted, MTV Land, MTV Ampuh, etc. After 4 years as an MTV broadcaster, globaltv started to produce its own television programs. Its slogan was "Millions of Home Entertainment"

On late January 1, 2005, it was expanded to 18 cities in Indonesia, while Bhakti Investama acquired Viacom Indonesia from Bakrie & Brothers.

Starting on February 1, 2006, globaltv was broadcasted its first Dora the Explorer, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Go, Diego, Go! programming. On 2007, it was first channel which broadcasted American Idol and then Indonesian Brain Wall programming, starting in 2008.
[edit] Other Segments

Other segments appears and mostly displayed depending on the relay station operated in the city or town. During the Maghrib prayer, globaltv shows advertisements locally for viewers outside and in Jakarta that uses digital or satellite services. For example, during the prayer, globaltv did not shown it; instead, globaltv shows many advertisements for viewers in some cities.

However, in very rare instance, when globaltv is shown on analog television by using SDTV in NTSC or PAL format picture, the Maghrib prayer is shown. It also available only for analog television formatting in several cities, mostly in West Java. It was first appeared on its foundation, and was abandoned in 2008 for digital televisions.

Some globaltv local stations shows a local programming. Also, most segments, usually for MTV programming segments, shows on the RCTI studio, before globaltv decided to move its studio operations at globaltv studio, in immediate effect starting on May 31, 2007.
[edit] Branding

globaltv was also used its generic digital on-screen graphics. It also have different form and used for its advertisements.

In the first day of the on air, the globaltv on-screen DOG was appeared next to the MTV logo. It features the first globaltv logo, which is uses a stylized "G", with the stylized "tv" on its back side, and with a slash between "tv" and "G".

Nickelodeon programming segments on globaltv was used Nickelodeon Southeast Asia graphics before mid-2006, with the introduction of new episodes. After opened its new episodes, the segment used a squarish-style with green and white boxes, orange text, and blue background. It was revamped on late-2006, when globaltv unveiled its second logo, replacing the previous one. This features a spherical "G", with the channel name at the bottom. The "G" was in colors looks like the color scheme in Nickelodeon graphics. Its ident features three goo was unified to form "G", and the flipping of the channel's name.

From August 2007 until mid-2008, the globaltv logo, among with other MNC terrestrial channel began flipping and "morphing" into the MNC print logo. On 2007, Nickelodeon segments uses a new graphic.

In 2007 also, it features the "G-bot" theme. It features a robot that shaped in "G", arranged the letters to form the name of the station piece-by-piece, and then step up, pulling the hands. The last program to use the ident was the final stage of Euro 2008.

The current logo and DOG was introduced in 2009. It features a blue-coated white sphere, with a cut in shape looks like the previous logo, and the text in lowercase. The new ident was shown. However, Nickelodeon segments no longer uses the promotion except during an advertisements.

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