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Indonesia’s KBR68H looks to web portal to reach new audiences and advertisers

Indonesia has the fourth highest number of Facebook users in the world. Indonesian radio network KBR68H is launching a news website to serve the rising digital audiences, especially the huge group of social networkers and Indonesians…

Tempo Media’s Harymurti: the digital transition is all about the timing

In the first Digital Briefing Live video from MDLF’s Media Forum 2012, we interviewed Bambang Harymurti, the CEO of Tempo Media in Indonesia, who discusses how media leaders can successfully transition to digital media. The trick is not to…

Required Reading: SA journalists embrace digital and Indian mobile users ditch print

In a new feature for the Knowledge Bridge, we highlight digital media trends and insights from around the world. This week, we look at how print media in South Africa recognise the digital transition by adding it a digital focus to their…

New service monitors political buzz in Indonesian social media

Two Indonesian digital agencies have decided to tap into the rise of social networks as the new forum for political debate in Indonesia by launching a service to monitor and measure the political buzz on social media. The new service…

Growing smartphone use opens opportunities for Indonesian advertisers

Sales of smartphones are growing rapidly in Indonesia, which is presenting new opportunities for mobile advertising. Mobile advertising impressions grew 99% in the last year alone, according InMobile. News organisations should monitor this…