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Jl. Merdeka Barat, 4-5, 4th Floor,

Jakarta 10110.

Phone : +62 21 3456 811,

Fax     : +62 21 3500 990

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Broadcast Schedule VOI

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Historical Background

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The Voice of Indonesia, was closely related to the its historic role in the establishment of the Indonesian state in 1940s, as “the Indonesia’s Independence struggle radio, widely known as the Voice of Free Indonesia.


One of the founders of Radio Republik Indonesia late Mr. Yusuf Ronodipuro, broadcast the text of proclamation of the Indonesian Independence. Through shortwaves transmissions in Bandung, this “diplomacy radio” successfully attracted the world’s community, and the proclamation of Indonesia’s independence on 17th August 1945 was promptly recognized by countries, such as India, Egypt etc. In 1950, the Voice of Free Indonesia changed its name into VOICE OF INDONESIA or Suara Indonesia.

VOI also intensively broadcast the first Afro-Asian Conference which was organized in Bandung, the West Java capital from 18 – 24 April 1955, in which countries from the continents of Asia and Africa issued the Ten Principles of Bandung. This Bandung spirit triggered the nations particularly in Asia, Latin America and Africa to free from colonialism.

It is clearly stated in the Preambule of the 1945 Indonesia’s Constitution that freedom is the inalienable right of all nations, therefore, all sorts of colonialism on this earth, must be abolished as it is not in conformity with humanity and justice. During the New Order period, VOI was an operational under the former Department of Information.

Now, VOI keeps the spirit alive. We believe that any injustice and any form of colonialism are inhumane, therefore they should be eliminated. We do believe that by dignity, we highly respect human rights, equality of races and nations, and always settle any kind of disputes by peaceful means. We think our greatest contribution to the world is that if we can play a dignitary role no matter how small it is.


Legal Basis

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Following the Reform Era, VOI became a Public Service Enterprise in 2000. Under Broadcasting Law No. 32, 2002, it is an independent broadcasting station which serves international audience all over the world.

As of 1st July 2008, VOI broadcast 24 hours a day in 10 languages including Indonesian, English, Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Japanese, Mandarin, Malay, and Korean through terrestrial and internet modes of transmission.


Vision and Mission

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“Being a world-class broadcasting corporation and the nation’s character builder with the largest network”

Mission Statements

1. To provide information services for the international audience in a comprehensive manner to enhance the positive image of the nation

2. To conduct the second track diplomacy as a part of the Indonesian total diplomacy in accordance with the free and active foreign policy.

3. To provide information services for Indonesian citizens abroad with regard to the current situation of Indonesia

4. To present the nation’s culture and identity by preserving sound and entertaining programs.

5. To broadcast program that serve as a social glue among Indonesians abroad

6. To broadcast empowerment and advocacy programs for Indonesians abroad

7. To build broadcast cooperation with various local, national and international broadcasting organizations

8. To provide accurate, fast and reliable information by expanding community involvement in and outside the country

9. To broadcast programs by utilizing new technology and media convergence that makes the access to the VOI programs easier.








Jl. Merdeka Barat, 4-5, 4th Floor,

Jakarta 10110.

Phone : +62 21 3456 811,

Fax     : +62 21 3500 990

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