We provide media monitoring services from selected Indonesian mainstream media, both print and online, as well as social media. Every day, our media monitoring team summarizes headlines and picks highlights of the day that help our clients meet their daily need for information.
Police deploy personnel, close roads ahead of City Hall demonstrationJanuary 14, 2020
Severe flooding in Greater Jakarta has left the public divided over Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan’s administration. Two opposing groups, namely the pro-Anies Bang Japar Legal Aid Foundation, founded by Jakarta City Council member Fahira Idris, and another opposing Anies, led by Indonesian social media activist Permadi “Abu Janda” Arya, will reportedly take to the streets today to voice support and disappointment respectively over Anies’ leadership.
Blame game begins over KPU graft caseJanuary 14, 2020
In the wake of a bribery case involving some of its members, the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) seems to be trying to distance itself from its secretary-general, Hasto Kristiyanto, while declining to help search for the case’s main suspect: PDI-P politician Harun Masiku.
Jokowi to secure US$ 22.8 billion investment from UAEJanuary 13, 2020
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government signs five agreements in agriculture, education, health, religion affairs, and counter-terrorism, including 11 investment deal in energy, telecommunication, port building, petrochemical, research and development, as well as oil & gas worth US$22.8 billion in total.