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SEA Today, Jawa Pos Multimedia Collaborate to Provide Multi-Language Contents

Author: Andree Nizar
January 29, 2024
SEA Today, Jawa Pos Multimedia Collaborate to Provide Multi-Language Contents
The signing of SEA Today and Jawa Pos Multimedia partnership. Photo : Istimewa

SEAToday.com, Jakarta - SEA Today is officially collaborating with Jawa Pos Multimedia regarding the distribution and commercialisation of the programme. The signing of the collaboration was carried out by MD Media Director of Operations and Sales and SEA Today CEO Pujo Pramono together with Jawa Pos Director and Jawa Pos Multimedia President Director Maesa Samola at Telkom Landmark Tower, Jakarta, Thursday (1/25).

With this partnership, Jawa Pos Multimedia will broadcast SEA Today's two flagship programmes, the SEA Morning Show and the 3-Hour News Show in six different regions in Indonesia. The news programme at Jawa Pos Multimedia is also unique in its use of regional languages. The use of national and international languages in both media is considered interesting by Maesa.

Meanwhile, MD Media President Director Arif Prabowo hoped that this collaboration can be the beginning of other opportunities in the future so that SEA Today and Jawa Pos Multimedia can grow together.

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