Evaluation of Network Station System Implementation (SSJ) in Indonesia

  • Amin Shabana Amin Shabana Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta


Abstract. Although it has been mandated in the Broadcasting Law Number 32
of 2002, the implementation of the Network Station System (NSS) has
experienced obstacles coming from national broadcasting industry players.
Weak supervision has also been a great contribution to the lame implementation
of NSS since it was ratified. The purpose of this study was to determine the
development as well as implementation of the Network Station System (NSS)
in Indonesia and to identify the obstacles might happened. This study uses a
qualitative approach with descriptive methods. The informant of this research
are the Commissioner of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission (KPI) and
REMOTIVI, a NGO that advocate regulation on television media broadcasting.
Data Collection Techniques: Interview, Observation, and Documentation. In
addition to the weak regulation, economic interests are the main factor from
national private television broadcasters not carried out the NSS according to the
law. This situation ultimately cannot create diversity of ownership and diversity
of content as expected. To encourage the implementation of SSJ, there must be
a great political will and strict regulation applied from related parties in
broadcasting industry. Collective supervision from NGO and society also play
vital role.


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