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'''Surya Citra Televisi''' ''(abbreviated as '''SCTV''')'' is the second oldest private television channel in Indonesia after [[RCTI]] and the third oldest television channel in Indonesia after [[TVRI]], as well as the one of the most-watched television network in the country.
 
'''Surya Citra Televisi''' ''(abbreviated as '''SCTV''')'' is the second oldest private television channel in Indonesia after [[RCTI]] and the third oldest television channel in Indonesia after [[TVRI]], as well as the one of the most-watched television network in the country.
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'''SCTV,''' initially named '''''Surabaya Centra Televisi''''', was formed as a local television station in Surabaya and several East Java cities (Bojonegoro, Sidoarjo, Gresik) by Bimantara Citra (now [[Global Mediacom]]) to relay [[RCTI]] programs on August 24, 1990. 
 
'''SCTV,''' initially named '''''Surabaya Centra Televisi''''', was formed as a local television station in Surabaya and several East Java cities (Bojonegoro, Sidoarjo, Gresik) by Bimantara Citra (now [[Global Mediacom]]) to relay [[RCTI]] programs on August 24, 1990. 
   
In 1991, SCTV expanded its coverage to Bali and its official name became '''''Surya Citra Televisi'''''.
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In 1991, SCTV expanded its coverage to Bali and its abbreviation became '''''Surya Citra Televisi'''''.
   
 
===1990–2003===
 
===1990–2003===
 
[[File:Logo SCTV 1.jpg|center|150px]]
 
[[File:Logo SCTV 1.jpg|center|150px]]
 
 
{{Better logo needed}}
 
{{Better logo needed}}
 
This updated version of the logo had appeared in idents around 1990 and 1991 and was officially introduced on August 24, 1993, as SCTV began to air nationwide together with RCTI, following with the headquarters move from Surabaya to Jakarta.
 
This updated version of the logo had appeared in idents around 1990 and 1991 and was officially introduced on August 24, 1993, as SCTV began to air nationwide together with RCTI, following with the headquarters move from Surabaya to Jakarta.
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===2003–2005===
 
===2003–2005===
 
[[File:Logo SCTV 2.jpg|center|150px]]
 
[[File:Logo SCTV 2.jpg|center|150px]]
 
 
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On August 1, 2003, the logo was modified and the wordmark had slightly lighter than the previous one. This logo was applied on-air and on certain promotions. However, the logo was short-lived as it only lasted for three years.
 
On August 1, 2003, the logo was modified and the wordmark had slightly lighter than the previous one. This logo was applied on-air and on certain promotions. However, the logo was short-lived as it only lasted for three years.
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==2005–present==
 
==2005–present==
 
[[File:SCTV Logo.svg|center|250px]]
 
[[File:SCTV Logo.svg|center|250px]]
On January 29, 2005, SCTV changed its logo for the first time in 14 years and changed its slogan to '''''Satu Untuk Semua''''' ('''One For All''' in Indonesian).
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On January 29, 2005, SCTV overhauled its logo for the first time in 14 years by ditching the half-circle sun to the orange, full circle one, which is placed alongside the new blue wordmark.
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It also introduces a new slogan, '''''Satu Untuk Semua''''' ('''One For All''' in Indonesian).
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 14:48, November 16, 2019

This article is about an Indonesian television channel, for the Vietnam television networks, see SCTV (Vietnam)
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:
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Sctv91 Logo SCTV 1 Logo SCTV 2 SCTV Logo
1990–1993 1990–2003 2003–2005 2005–present

Surya Citra Televisi (abbreviated as SCTV) is the second oldest private television channel in Indonesia after RCTI and the third oldest television channel in Indonesia after TVRI, as well as the one of the most-watched television network in the country.

It is launched on August 24, 1990, and it is owned by Emtek, through its subsidiary Surya Citra Media.

1990–2005Edit

1990–1993Edit

Sctv91


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SCTV, initially named Surabaya Centra Televisi, was formed as a local television station in Surabaya and several East Java cities (Bojonegoro, Sidoarjo, Gresik) by Bimantara Citra (now Global Mediacom) to relay RCTI programs on August 24, 1990. 

In 1991, SCTV expanded its coverage to Bali and its abbreviation became Surya Citra Televisi.

1990–2003Edit

Logo SCTV 1
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This updated version of the logo had appeared in idents around 1990 and 1991 and was officially introduced on August 24, 1993, as SCTV began to air nationwide together with RCTI, following with the headquarters move from Surabaya to Jakarta.

In the mid-1990s, SCTV began to produce its own shows, therefore it was no longer received programs from RCTI with the exception of news programs until 1996 when Liputan 6 was created.

2003–2005Edit

Logo SCTV 2
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On August 1, 2003, the logo was modified and the wordmark had slightly lighter than the previous one. This logo was applied on-air and on certain promotions. However, the logo was short-lived as it only lasted for three years.

2005–presentEdit

SCTV Logo

On January 29, 2005, SCTV overhauled its logo for the first time in 14 years by ditching the half-circle sun to the orange, full circle one, which is placed alongside the new blue wordmark.

It also introduces a new slogan, Satu Untuk Semua (One For All in Indonesian).

External linksEdit


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