List of Television Stations in Indonesia - Free To Air - Analog National Television - Reformation

Reformation

  • Metro TV - 6th commercial broadcasting service to private free-to-air terrestrial television stations of 24-hours in daily of news channel.
  • Trans TV - 7th commercial broadcasting service to private free-to-air terrestrial television stations.
  • Trans 7 - 8th commercial broadcasting service to private free-to-air terrestrial television stations.
  • Global TV - 9th commercial broadcasting service to private free-to-air terrestrial television stations.
  • TVOne - 10th commercial broadcasting service to private free-to-air terrestrial television stations of 24-hours in daily of news channel.

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    Go on then in doing with your pen what in other times was done with the sword; shew that reformation is more practicable by operating on the mind than on the body of man.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)