Television of Indokistan

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Television of Indokistan
Televisi Indokistan
Logo TVI.png
Launched January 2012
Owned by Indokistan News Network and government of Indokistan
Slogan Moving forward
Country Indokistan
Language English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Formerly called KistanTV (Apr 2011-Jan 2012)
Website Channel

Television of Indokistan (Televisi Indokistan, TVI) is the state-owned broadcaster of Republic of Indokistan that runs under the Ministry of Information and Indokistan News Network. The TVI was established under the name KistanTV in March 2011 and the name are used until January 2011, when the name was changed into Television of Indokistan, or TVI.

History

As KistanTV

The channel was for the first time broadcast it's program is on 26 March 2011, when the first national anthem of Indokistan, Majulah Indokistan was broadcasted[1]. Since that time, the broadcasting of KistanTV shows was steadily grown up, the first news program, titled KistanNews was broadcasted for 7 June 2011. The channel was broadcasting more shows, before the media reform was occured in January 2012[2], and the Indokistani government decides to change the entire channel format, from its news program until its name. On that reform, KistanTV was changed to the new channel name, Television of Indokistan, on the end of January 2012.

Programmes

TVI broadcasts few shows, includes entertainment, news and others.

  1. News at 21 - The monthly summary news that broadcasts every month in date 21.
  2. Governmental speeches and shows

The channel also will broadcast breaking news if there occures something very important, and having possiblity to affecting entire nation or another nations. The Breaking News option will taken if the news are recognized to very be very 'valuable' and 'important'.

Old logo that used between January until February 2012

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