SCTV Awards

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SCTV Awards
Awarded for Outstanding achievement for Indonesian entertainment industry
Country Indonesia
First awarded 2001
Website Liputan6.com: SCTV Awards
Television/radio coverage
Network SCTV

The SCTV Awards are annual Indonesian awards that are presented by SCTV, which recognize popularity in the television industry, and which correspond to the SCTV Music Awards (for music). The annual show was first held on August 24, 2001.

SCTV (Indonesia) Indonesian television station

Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV) is an Indonesian free-to-air television network. It was launched on 24 August 1990 in Surabaya, East Java as Surabaya Centra Televisi, broadcasting to the city and its surrounding area. At first, the programming was similar to that of RCTI, using some of their news programs until they could produce their own. On 1 August 1993, SCTV obtained a national license and eventually moved its operations to Jakarta, changing its name to Surya Citra Televisi. Its main offices are located in Central Jakarta, with studios in West Jakarta. It is owned by Surya Citra Media, part of the technology solution company Emtek.

Television telecommunication medium for transmitting and receiving moving images

Television (TV), sometimes shortened to tele or telly, is a telecommunication medium used for transmitting moving images in monochrome, or in colour, and in two or three dimensions and sound. The term can refer to a television set, a television program, or the medium of television transmission. Television is a mass medium for advertising, entertainment and news.

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Dates and locations

EditionDateVenueCityThemeRef.
1st August 24, 2001 Teater Tanah Airku, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah East Jakarta N/A [1]
2nd August 30, 2002 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta N/A [2]
3rd August 29, 2003 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta N/A
4th August 27, 2004 News Cafe, Kemang South Jakarta N/A [3]
5th August 25, 2005 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta Kemilau 15 Tahun [4]
6th August 25, 2006 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta Eksotika Indonesia [5]
7th August 24, 2007 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta Negeri Dongeng [6]
8th August 29, 2008 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta Across the Universe
9th August 14, 2009 Jakarta Convention Centre Central Jakarta Persembahan Cinta [7]
10th October 28, 2010 Balai Sarbini Central Jakarta Harmoni Indonesia
11th November 25, 2011 Balai Sarbini Central Jakarta Harmoni Cinta Karya Indonesia
12th November 30, 2012 Teater Tanah Airku, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah East Jakarta N/A
13th November 29, 2013 JIEXPO Hall D2, Kemayoran North Jakarta Celebrate Like a Star
14th November 29, 2014 Studio 6 Daan Mogot West Jakarta Cinta Teristimewa
15th November 28, 2015 Studio 6, Emtek City, Daan Mogot West Jakarta N/A [8]
16th November 30, 2016 Studio 6, Emtek City West Jakarta Home of the Stars [9]

Voting System

The show are voted in by SCTV audiences throughout Indonesia and therefore reflect the popular choices of a significant portion of the television viewing public in the country.

Awards categories

Awards are presented in several categories, including Famous Lead Role Actress, Famous Lead Role Actor, Famous Supporting Role Actor, Famous Supporting Role Actress, Famous Presenter, Famous Singer, Famous Group Band, Famous Advertisement, and Famous Program. The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to individuals with lifetime dedication to the entertainment industry.

In 2009, the show introduced the Famous Supporting Role Actor and Famous Supporting Role Actress categories.

Winners

2001 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Anjasmara
Famous Actress Bella Saphira
Famous Presenter Ulfa Dwiyanti
Famous Singer Krisdayanti
Famous Group Band Sheila on 7
Famous Program Liputan 6
Famous AdvertisementSurf (Learn to Walk version)
Lifetime Achievement Award Titiek Puspa

2002 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Anjasmara
Famous Actress Agnes Monica
Famous Presenter Ulfa Dwiyanti
Famous Singer Krisdayanti
Famous Dangdut Singer Ikke Nurjanah
Famous Group Band Padi
Famous Drama Program FTV
Famous non-Drama Program Liputan 6
Famous AdvertisementSampoerna Hijau (Falling Star version)
Lifetime Achievement Award Christine Hakim

2003 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Anjasmara
Famous Actress Inul Daratista
Famous Presenter Ulfa Dwiyanti
Famous Singer Krisdayanti
Famous Dangdut Singer Inul Daratista
Famous Group Band Dewa 19
Famous Drama Program FTV
Famous non-Drama Program Liputan 6
Lifetime Achievement Award Chrisye

2004 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Anjasmara
Famous Actress Agnes Monica
Famous Presenter Ulfa Dwiyanti
Famous Singer Iwan Fals
Famous Dangdut Singer Inul Daratista
Famous Group Band Sheila on 7
Famous Drama Program Tangisan Anak Tiri
Famous non-Drama ProgramSang Bintang
Famous Advertisement Yamaha Jupiter (Speech version)
Lifetime Achievement Award Nani Widjaja

2005 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Anjasmara
Famous Actress Agnes Monica
Famous Presenter Eko Patrio
Famous Singer Krisdayanti
Famous Dangdut Singer Ira Swara
Famous Group Band Peterpan
Famous Program Malin Kundang
Famous Advertisement Pro XL (Clock version)
Lifetime Achievement Award Deddy Mizwar

2006 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Raffi Ahmad
Famous Actress Laudya Cynthia Bella
Famous Presenter Donna Agnesia
Famous Singer Ratu
Famous Advertisement Djarum (Cat Mouse version)
Famous Program Mimpi Manis
Famous Group Band Radja
Lifetime Achievement Award Jojon

2007 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Teuku Wisnu
Famous Actress Cinta Laura
Famous Presenter Nirina Zubir
Famous Group Band Ungu
Famous Singer Gita Gutawa
Famous Program Cinderella (Apakah Cinta Hanyalah Mimpi?)
Lifetime Achievement Award(alm.) Taufik Savalas

2008 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Teuku Wisnu
Famous Actress Shireen Sungkar
Famous Presenter Andhara Early
Famous Singer Rossa
Famous Group Band Ungu
Famous Program Cinta Fitri
Famous Advertisement XL (Fitting Room version)
Lifetime Achievement Award Ida Kusumah

2009 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Teuku Wisnu
Famous Actress Shireen Sungkar
Famous Group Band Ungu
Famous Singer Afgan Syahreza
Famous Supporting Role Actor Adly Fairuz
Famous Supporting Role Actress Dinda Kanya Dewi
Famous Advertisement Yamaha (Komeng vs. Valentino Rossi version)
Famous Presenter Ivan Gunawan
Famous Program Cinta Fitri Season 7
Lifetime Achievement Award Widyawati & (alm.) Sophan Sophiaan

2010 SCTV Awards

Category [10] Winner
Famous Actor Teuku Wisnu
Famous Actress Shireen Sungkar
Famous Group Band ST 12
Famous Singer Afgan Syahreza
Famous Supporting Role Actor Adly Fairuz
Famous Supporting Role Actress Dinda Kanya Dewi
Famous Adveritsement XL (Baim Riddles version)
Famous Presenter Cinta Kuya
Famous Program Cinta Fitri Season 6
Lifetime Achievement Award Franky Sahilatua

2011 SCTV Awards

CategoryWinner
Famous Actor Stefan William
Famous Actress Yuki Kato
Famous Group Band Wali
Famous Singer Syahrini
Famous Supporting Role Actor Reza Aditya
Famous Supporting Role Actress Zaskia Adya Mecca
Famous Advertisement XL (Insect Repellent version)
Famous Presenter Cinta Kuya
Famous Program Ku Pinang Kau Dengan Bismillah
Lifetime Achievement Award Rhoma Irama [11]

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