Topik Petang (news programme)

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Topik Petang
Genre News programme
Presented by Limystina Novatra
Melisa Gandasari
Tika Ghaffar
Deba Depari
Aprilia Yahya
Arif Kurniawan
Ziza Hamzah
Country of originFlag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Original language(s) Indonesian
Producer(s) antv
Production location(s) Jakarta
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Original network antv
Picture format PAL
Original release April 30, 2006 – October 16, 2013
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Topik Petang is the main news program of the antv, broadcast Monday to Friday at 18:30, Saturday and Sunday at 17:30.

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On October 16, 2013, Topik Petang was ended.

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