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|Headquarters||Indosiar Television Centre Building, Jalan Damai 11, Daan Mogot, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta|
|Picture format|| 1080i HDTV 16:9 |
(downscaled to 576i 16:9 for the SDTV and PAL feed)
|Founded||19 July 1991|
|Launched||18 December 1994 (Trial broadcast)|
11 January 1995 (Official broadcast)
|Founder|| Sudono Salim |
Eko Supardjo Rustam 
|Analogue and Digital||Check local frequencies (in Indonesian language)|
|IndiHome TV|| Watch live |
(IndiHome customers only)
PT Indosiar Visual Mandiri, commonly known as Indosiar, is an Indonesian over-the-air television network. It broadcasts nationwide on UHF and can be received throughout the Indonesian archipelago on analog PAL television sets, established on 19 July 1991, later began test broadcast on 18 December 1994, and officially launched on 11 January 1995. It is owned by Elang Mahkota Teknologi since 2011; it eventually operated under its subsidiary, Surya Citra Media since 1 May 2013, when the network's original owner, Indosiar Karya Media, absorbed into the latter company.
Its claimed audience share for September 2008 was 16.2% of viewers.  By December 2009 this share had shrunk to 11.6%. 
Indosiar currently use a HDTV 16:9 and SDTV 16:9 is major Aspect Ratio replacing 4:3 from 18 December 1994 until 30 November 2021. Indosiar starting the HDTV service since 2017 then available on Nex Parabola and later Indosiar began again at DVB-T2 Nationwide broadcast feeds on Encrypted-transponder at Telkom-4 since 2021.
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