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1988–2000 1991–2000 1993–2000 2000–2015 2015–present
1988–2000 1991–2000 1993–2000 2000–2015 2015–present


Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (abbreviated as RCTI) is the first privately-owned television channel in Indonesia, launched on 24 August 1989.

It was founded by a joint venture of Bimantara Citra and Rajawali Corpora. Since 2003, it is owned by MNC Group through its namesake subsidiary Media Nusantara Citra.

1988–2000

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RCTI was founded in 1987 and began its broadcast on 13 November 1988, using a cable-based set-top box system. The station was officially launched on 24 August 1989, as a pay television network in Jakarta. One year later, it became free-to-air and subsequently began to air nationwide around 1993.

During its early broadcast, RCTI's on-air bug was a simple text until the early 1990s, when it started to use the full logo. It was placed on the right top with the exception of relaying TVRI's news programs, including Dunia Dalam Berita, when the logo was moved to the left top.

1991–2000

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1993–2000

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On 24 August 1993, the logo was slightly updated by reducing its stripes from eleven to seven (including the red ones), which had launched along with new idents. The former two were still used as a corporate and off-air logo until 2000.

2000–present

2000–2015

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On 20 August 2000, in commemoration of the network's 11th-anniversary Satu Indonesia Satu, the RCTI logo had simply redrawn. The on-air bug was also moved from the right top to the left top. 

2015–present

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On 20 May 2015, during Indonesia's National Awakening Day (Hari Kebangkitan Nasional), all of MNC Group subsidiaries, including RCTI, straightened their logo.

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