Trans Media

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Trans Media
PT Trans Media Corpora
Subsidiary
PredecessorsTrans Corp
Founded15 December 2013
HeadquartersJakarta, Indonesia
Key people
Chairul Tanjung
ProductsMedia
ParentTrans Corp
(CT Corp)

Trans Media is a business unit of Indonesian corporation CT Corp, through Trans Corp, in the field of media. Trans Media was initially founded as a subsidiary of Trans Corp, a liaison between the television station Trans TV and a station that had just taken over 49% ownership stake by CT Corp of Kompas Gramedia Group, Trans 7 (formerly TV7). Trans Media is a subsidiary of Trans Corp, a division of CT Corp, owned by Chairul Tanjung.

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Surabaya, East Java[edit]

On December 19, 2011, Vice Governor of East Java Saifullah Yusuf inaugurated Trans Corp's office at Jalan Jimerto No 17 A, Surabaya. This place becomes representative office for Trans TV, Trans7 and Detik.com in East Java.[2]

Bandung, West Java[edit]

On February 1, 2012, Bandung Mayor Dada Rosada inaugurated Trans Corp's office at Jalan Lombok No 33, Bandung. This office will become place of representative for Trans TV, Trans7 and DetikCom bureau Bandung.[3]

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